DCI Cotton Bales
Cotton, one of the world’s leading agricultural crops, is plentiful and economically produced,
The cotton industry continues to grow in Gujarat, India. The State is known for its superior crop quality and production ratio. We supply a wide variety of Indian Raw Cotton that mainly includes Sankar-6. Shanker-6 cotton contains less NEPS and produce better spinning output in compared to other world cotton. This results in more yarn output along with better CSP in spinning with good dye absorption.
We supply a wide variety of Indian Raw Cotton that mainly includes Sankar-6.
Cotton fibres may be classified roughly into three large groups, based on staple length and appearance.
The quality of cotton fiber in the bale depends on many factors including variety, weather conditions, cultural practices, harvesting and storage practices, All the cotton supplied by us is characterized by consistent quality, and our testing process is both transparent and accessible.
The unmatched quality and unbeatable performance of DCI Cotton Bales has also attracted customers from every nook and corner of the world.
COTTON CHARACTERISTICS (IN HVI MODEL)
Cotton classification is used to determine the quality of the cotton fiber.
The most important fiber quality is Fiber Length, Measured either in inches or in mm.
Strength is essential for stronger yarns and higher processing speeds.Strength is measured in HVI and result is given in terms of Grams/Tex.
Usually Micronaire value is referred to evaluate fineness of Cotton and its suitability for spinning particular count of Yarn.