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Fabric Faults


It refers to term when different color fibers float in the air of the spinning room, or gather on the surface of the machine feeding station, and get wound in the yarn, which basically mixed into the fabric with the main fabric colors.


A broken weft defect in fabric occurs when the horizontal yarn that runs across the width of fabric is interrupted or severed, resulting in gaps or break in fabric surface.


It refers to small, irregular and raised cluster of fibers that can appear on fabric’s surface. They are mainly caused by entangled or tangled fibers during spinning process.


Weft or filler yarns that are displaced off a line that should be perpendicular to the selvedge and lie in a wave or arc across the width of the fabric are known as bowing, which is a typical fabric fault in woven fabrications..