If your production facility is suffering from process loss, low regain, yarn breakage, dust/fly, static build-up, then you need a humidifier. By properly humidifying you can increase productivity and profits. Correct humidity levels must be maintained in a production facility and storage area to prevent moisture loss from product, be it fibre, yarn or fabric, under production process or storage. This is possible by maintaining the required relative humidity of the inside ambient air of the production area which keeps the product in a moisture equilibrium with the conditioned air around it. The term moisture equilibrium refers to the relationship between the moisture content of the product and the relative humidity of the surrounding air, at which no further exchange of moisture takes place between the product and the air. Humidity being a function of temperature, the ambient temperature has an effect on this equilibrium moisture content.
Please refer to the Sorbtion Isotherm chart which shows a relationship between relative humidity and moisture regain of various textile fibers (natural as well as man-made).
Yarns and fabrics react quickly to overly dry or overly damp air. Fibres become brittle, and fabrics shrink or stretch lengthwise or crosswise. This lowers the quality of semi-finished or finished products.
The threads are then at risk of breaking and produce an irregular woven fabric and clothes that lose their shape. Furthermore, textiles and leather goods are increasingly being manufactured in countries with challenging climatic conditions. It is all the more important to ensure a constant level of humidity in these countries and ensure quality and productivity in production.
Product weight, Static control, Productivity and Quality, Staff Comfort are all directly dependent on proper and efficient control of relative humidity in any production as well as storage facility.