Textile yarn production wastage control

Upstream value chain components in textile and apparel comprise significant inefficiencies. One such is the extent of yarn wastage that happens at spinning mills. Technologies and solutions to control the waste will have a beneficial impact on the carbon and resources footprint of textiles.


Production professionals

Sourcing professionals

Textile education professionals

Textile fiber cultivation professional

Textile industry sustainability professionals

Vital Stats

How does it work?

The yarn realization is the most important factor to assess the technical performance and profitability of spinning mills. Yarn realization means conversion of raw material in percentage terms into finished yarn

Sustainability benefits

As yarn wastage control also reduces the amount of textile fiber needed, it has twin environmental benefits of lower waste to landfills and lower carbon footprint owing to lower amount of textile fibers used


Even small improvements in yarn realization could lead to reasonably good savings for the yarn manufacturing company. 

Stage of commercialization


Types of professionals who can improve the solution

Production engineers, Production planning engineers, Textile waste management professionals, Electrical and Electronics engineers, IT solution providers

Specifically relevant to any geography?


Decarbonization Potential


Value Chain

Textile yarn ,

Web Resources

Waste management in spinning

The main objective of any spinning mill is to produce quality yarn at a low cost. That can be achieved by the better quality and the quantity of the raw material to the finished product is possible by the proper waste management system.

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Improving yarn realization and control wastes

This article also deals with various measures necessary to improve yarn realization and control wastes. Besides controlling process wastes such as blow room and card droppings, flat strips, comber noil, sweep waste and yarn waste, equal emphasis should also be laid on the control of reusable wastes (soft waste) such as lap bits, silver bits, roving ends and pneumatic and roller waste.

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Yarn realization and control of waste in spinning

This paper gives specific recommendations for estimating waste loss, yarn realization and to collect data and use them for computing accurately the mixing-wise yarn realization. A simple but effective method of cross-checking the accuracy of the entire recording system is outlined in this paper.

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