Humidification for the Textile Industry



Severe dust and production issues are frequently present during production in the textile industry. Static build-up, dust, breakages can be common place if the atmosphere becomes too dry. Heat generated by machinery contributes to the problems, which need to be combated by putting moisture back into the atmosphere.

Correct humidity levels maintain materials at their standard weights and give greater reliability when cutting and producing garments. Reduction in static electricity plus added moisture yarns give additional strength and reduce brittleness and weakness making materials more manageable and increasing production speeds.

The use of atomised cold water sprays help to reduce airborne dust and cool the workplace providing more comfortable working conditions.

Case Study

Commercial Fabric Manufacturer

"Commercial fabric manufacturer improves test lab condition with accurate Dry Fog humidity control system"

19 Ellerbeck Court
Stokesley Business Park
North Yorkshire