Textile

Weaving the future, together.

The production of textiles from materials such as wool, cotton, linen, silk and synthetic fibres requires a consistent temperature and humidity during each process as these parameters will affect the quality and productivity of the textiles being produced. In general, all textiles are hygroscopic, meaning that they tend to absorb moisture from the air and vice versa. Correct RH (Relative Humidity) and temperature is required to ensure that the properties of the textiles such as tensile strength, elasticity, fiber diameter and friction are maintained. Kirloskar Chillers Turbotek® Centrifugal Chillers are the preferred choice of the textile industry, both in India as well as several large textile companies in Indonesia.

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