Stable quality of raw material is the key to stable quality of product, our commitment to achieve excellence in quality has led us to pick the best of raw-material for input. Through our longstanding relationship with the best suppliers of cotton enables us to source cotton of the highest quality from Brazil, USA and Egypt. The selected cottons are then automatically opened, blended and cleaned with state-of-the-art equipments.
Bales of cotton are laid down in a particular mix and configuration for consistend characteristics of the cotton fiber then automatically fed to Industry leading TRUTZSCHLER machinery, which then continuosly mixes, open and clean bales of cotton to ensure consistent characteristics of the cotton fiber.
Once the cotton fibers have been processed thorugh the opneing, blending, and cleaning equipment, the cotton fibers are then fed to rows of TRUTZSCHLER machinery which are trusted to individualize, aligns and further cleans the cotton fibers before condensing them into a single continuous strand of overlapping fibers called 'sliver'. The quality of the sliver assembly determines both the quality and processing efficiency of products further down the processing chain which is why it is often referred to as the 'heart of the spinning mill'.
In our commitment to workplace safety and quality, waste romoval is done with automatic waste evacuation system to control contaminants.
Combing is the process that removes the final proportion of short fibre, neps and other impurities such as vegetable matter and seed coat fragments in cotton that has already been carded. Combed yarns are generally finer, stronger, smoother and more uniform due to the removal of short fibres and the alignment of fibres.
Drawing is the process where the fibres are blended, straightened and the number of fibres in the sliver reduced in order to achieve the desired linear density in the spinning process. This process improves the uniformity or evenness of the sliver and obtain an optional value for strength in the yarn characteristics.
This is the most critical process by which the consistency of the yarn weight is determined. In this process, seven strands are feeded to a single strand. Entrusted to perform this task are RIETER from Switzerland.
Winding which is at the final stage of the process takes the bobbins from the ring spinning machine and winds it to a cone. This removes defects in the form of "thick and thin" places along the yarn and creates a uniform product with improved strength, elongation, and abrasion resistance.
With its constant commitment to product excellence, BudiTexindo employs the latest-generation Japan machinery Muratec Process CONER II QPRO Plus Automatic Winder to ensure process efficiency and a finished product that is free of defects.