In the textile industry, care in handling raw materials during all processing stages is one of the most important aspects. By their very nature, textile fibres require that every aspect of the production environment has to be adequate and controlled to ensure that their properties are maintained in the final product.
The production process in the textile industry is characterised by several phases including: spinning, carding, dyeing, weaving, finishing and final checks.
As in other industries, the textile industry makes use, in the multiple processing phases, of chemicals for the treatment of the raw materials and of mechanical processes that involve the production of fumes, vapours and dusts.
Polluting dusts, fumes or vapours can cause serious damage to textile fibres during the manufacturing process, cause malfunctions to machinery and to workers’ health.
An appropriate air treatment and conditioning system, dimensioned according to the specific needs, solves the problems related to the pollution of the work environment in the textile industry.
Montes solutions for air treatment
in the textile industry
Montes air treatment systems for the textile industry are designed to work near the sources of pollution through specific capture systems. The fumes, vapours and dusts are captured and conveyed through ducts to appropriate abatement and filtration systems.
We also provide solutions for the delicate problem of air conditioning in the work environment where the stability of air temperature and humidity is a crucial factor, for instance, in the weaving or spinning of natural fibres (cotton, linen, wool, etc.).
Our air treatment systems are all designed and built in accordance with the main applicable standards (Consolidated Law on Safety at Work 81/2008, Consolidated Law on the Environment 152/2006, Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC). In the case of explosive atmospheres, we also certify our installations in accordance with the ATEX Directive 2014/34/EU.
Our systems can be equipped with heat recovery systems to reduce production costs.
Most of the requests we receive for air treatment systems are for:
- Pneumatic conveyor systems for fibres
- Air conditioning systems for weaving and spinning rooms
- Fume suction systems for dyeing lines
- Dust suction and abatement systems for singeing lines
- Solvent fume suction systems for coating lines
- Suction systems for colour setting equipment
- Localised suction systems on fabric dyeing vats
- Fume suction systems for bleed lines
- Localised suction systems in hopper loading zones