Spinning of Manmade Fibres and Blends on Cotton System
K.R. Salhotra, 3rd Edition, 2004, p.332, Rs. 150; $ 30
This extensively revised version lucidly explains the phenomena underlying the spinning processes of the cotton system. Crucial points that may escape attention owing to the pressure of managing production are identified for control and improvement of quality and productivity. A must buy for technologists and managers of manmade fibre spinning mills, and also for students.
A General Equation for Estimating Yarn Tenacity
T. A. Subramanian, 2006, p. 150, Rs. 100; $20
This research monograph is an excellent example of how good quantitative theory helps mills to reduce costs while achieving the desired tenacity in cotton yarns. Cotton spinning mills with sophisticated fibre testing instruments can save cotton costs up to 4% using this prediction equation.
Comprehensive Handbook of Spinning Maintenance.
Neeraj Nijhawan, 2006, Set of 3 Parts, p. 820, Rs. 400; $ 80
Part 1: Maintenance Management, p.268, Rs. 200; $ 40
Part 2: Spinning Accessories, p.244, Rs. 100; $ 20
Part 3: General Engineering, p. 368, Rs. 150; $ 30
Every spinning mill on cotton and manmade fibres can assess its level of excellence in maintenance management and most will be able to improve it using Part 1. Parts 2 and 3 not only make available widely scattered use-worthy information, but also give several directives for ensuring that the work practices are right.
Fundamentals of Design for Textile and Other End Uses
J.W. Parchure: 2009, Pages 80, * Rs. 495; $ 35
Multi-coloured and hard bound. This book is useful for all interested in printing on cloth, paper and the like: students of technology, home science, and even housewives interested in embroidery.
High Speed Spinning of Polyester and its Blends with Viscose
S.Y. Nanal, 2009, Pages 134, * Rs. 450; $ 30
Hard bound. Practical guide to spinning mills for increasing profitability by increasing productivity at ring frames, not just for polyester blends, but also for all staple fibres. A must for every progressive spinning technician and for top managements of spinning mills.
A. R. Garde
|Blow Room||Vivek Plawat||Rs. 20|
|Carding||Deepali Plawat||Rs. 20|
|Combing||Piyush H. Shah||Rs. 20|
|Draw Frame||J.M. Grover||Rs. 10|
|Fly Frame||J.G. Mehtani||Rs. 10|
|Ring Frames||M.C Sood||Rs. 10|
|Doubling||N. Balasubramanian||Rs. 10|
T.V. Ananthan /M.C. Paliwal
|Winding||M.C. Paliwal||Rs. 10|
|Warping||P.D. Kimothi||Rs. 20|
|Sizing||J.R. Modi||Rs. 20|
|Non-Auto Looms||M.K. Talukdar||Rs. 10|
|Automatic Looms||S.P. Vidyarthi||Rs. 20|
|Chemical Processing TABLETS|
Dr. P. C. Mehta
|Mercerization||J.R. Modi||Rs. 10|
|Bleaching of Cotton Fabrics||R.M. Mitta||Rs. 10|
|Yarn Package Dyeing||S.V. Gokhale||Rs. 10|
|Screen Printing||Saifee Surka||Rs. 10|
|Quality and Process control||H.A. Shah & S.M. Doshi||Rs. 20|
|Textile Engineering TABLETS|
|Fuel and Steam Economy||J.S. Parajia & M.M. Vyas||Rs. 25|
|Humidification in Textile Mills||S.P. Patel||Rs. 20|
|Improved Engineering Maintenance||V.J. Thakker||Rs. 25|