Take Care of Air Jet Loom

Best Take Care Tips For Your Air Jet Loom Shed

In this blog, we learn about the best take-care tips for your Air Jet Loom Shed, A loom is a device used to weave cloth and tapestry. It is the contact point of all the processes involved in fabric formation, including ginning, opening, carding, spinning, winding, warping, sizing, and beaming. The primary purpose of any loom is to hold the warp threads under tension to facilitate the interweaving of the weft threads. Weaving is the process of interlacing two sets of yarns, the warp, and the weft, perpendicular to each other to create fabric. There are several types of looms with different features, but at their essence, all of them perform this fundamental task.

The Air Jet Loom is a type of shuttleless loom that uses air jets to propel the weft yarn through the warp shed. It is capable of weaving plaids, as well as dobby and jacquard fabrics, and can produce standard household and apparel fabrics, as well as industrial products such as printed circuit board cloths. The type of fabric that can be woven on an air jet loom depends on the specifications of the machine and the type of yarn being used.

Air Jet Loom Market

In the international market, the air jet loom market size was valued at USD 965.2 million in 2022 and is expected to reach USD 1369.2 million by 2028, exhibiting a CAGR of 6.0%

In the Indian market, air jet looms are used in the textile industry, especially in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra.

The city of Icchalkaranji, Maharashtra is a hub for air-jet looms in India. The textile industry in Ichalkaranji has a significant presence of air jet loom sheds, and many textile mills in the area use air jet looms for weaving. Till 2020, Maharashtra had the most numbers of active air jet looms in the country. About 2.9 Lakhs units, which is about six times more than the closest next of Madhya Pradesh at around 50000 units followed by Gujarat with approx 30000 units.

Tips To take Care Of Air Jet Loom Shed

These tips will help you take care of your air jet loom, whether you're performing routine maintenance or starting it up after a long time.


Clean the machine thoroughly with compressed air.



Beat up



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Author: The Yarn Bazaar
Published By: The Yarn Bazaar

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