TITLE

Over-motoring, a boon to textile industry?

AUTHOR(S)
Ashok, S.
PUB. DATE
April 2008
SOURCE
Textile Magazine;Apr2008, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p109
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article discusses the popularity of over-motoring among textile mills. Two motors can have the same full load efficiency as per the name plate, but operate at appreciably different low and high efficiencies near to the operating load level. Considering the above facts, the textile industry is exploring over-motoring as one of the options to high load factor motors to sustain energy efficiency.
ACCESSION #
32188809

 

Related Articles

  • SCADA BASED AN ENERGY SAVING APPROACH TO OPERATION OF STENTER MACHINE IN A TEXTILE PLANT USING WASTE HEAT RECOVERY SYSTEM. ŞEKKELİ, Mustafa; KEÇECİOĞLU, Ö. Fatih // Journal of Textile & Apparel / Tekstil ve Konfeksiyon;Jul-Sep2012, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p248 

    The goal of this study is to apply waste heat recovery system (WHRS) to operation of a stenter machine in a textile mill in order to optimize it's energy consumption. The WHRS is controlled and operated using SCADA. The stenter machine is used to dry textile fabric. The heat required in fabric...

  • Dhall Group specialising in a range of processing & finishing machinery items.  // Textile Magazine;Oct2005, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p115 

    The article provides information on the company Dhall Group, a leading manufacturer of textile processing and finishing machinery in India. Established in 1959, Dhall offers a comprehensive range of finishing machinery, textile machinery and plants, PTFE (Teflon and plastic products, etc. The...

  • Coimbatore's traditional strength. Kalidasan, R. // Textile Magazine;Apr2006, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p8 

    Comments on the increase in the number of textile mills reopening in Coimbatore, India. Factors that attract investors to the region; Advantages of investing in the textile industry in Coimbatore; Textile machinery companies that can be found in the city.

  • Shanghai 2005: Bigger, better but not busier. Subramaniam, N. // Textile Magazine;Jul2005, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p33 

    This article reports on the exhibition Shanghaitex-2005 held at the International Exhibition Centre in Shanghai, China from June 3 to 7, 2005. The exhibition was bigger and was better arranged than ever before. There were seven huge halls built with all modern facilities, fully air-conditioned,...

  • Prashat Gamatex rolls out 1000th Sectional Warper.  // Indian Textile Journal;May2011, Vol. 121 Issue 8, p118 

    The article reports that Prashant Gamatex has rolled out its 1000th sectional warper at its facility in Ahmedabad, India to be delivered to textile company BRFL. BRFL has ordered eight Lasertronic sectional warping machines from Prashant. A celebration was held to mark the roll out of the 1000th...

  • NTC plans Rs. 236-cr mill in Amravati.  // Man-Made Textiles in India;Oct2008, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p362 

    This article reports on the plan of National Textile Corp. (NTC) to set up a composite textiles mill in Maharashtra, India. The textile mill will house advanced machinery such as 144 shuttless looms, 48,000 spindles, and facilities to dye 4,000 kilograms of yarn. It says that the textile mill...

  • Govt. funds for Indonesian mills to buy machines.  // Textile Magazine;Nov2009, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p30 

    The article reports on the move of Indonesian textile and garment producers to allocate 1.78 trillion Indonesian rupiah for procurement of machinery. It mentions that the procurement is in response to the Indonesian Industrial Ministry's scheme to provide 10 percent price discount for textile...

  • TTK Group's new venture.  // Textile Magazine;Dec2009, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p103 

    The article reports on the establishment of TT Textiles Ltd. to implement the Spinning Mill project at Nagari, India in 1981. The total project cost is approximately 193.66 lakhs Rupee. The mill will have an initial capacity of 12,500 spindles, and is expected to increase to 25,000 spindles by 1984.

  • Textile players urged to benefit from an appreciating rupee.  // Man-Made Textiles in India;Sep2007, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p348 

    The article urges Indian textile firms to cash in on the benefits of rupee appreciation by upgrading their plant and machinery through the Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS). Imported machinery constitute the majority of the total cost of expansion. Hence, the currency appreciation was a...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics