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JUTE YARN
JUTE YARN
JUTE YARN
JUTE YARN
JUTE YARN
WE ARE AN EXPORTER FROM BANGLADESH. WE EXPORT RAW JUTE, JUTE GOODS, SESAME SEEDS, MUSTARD ETC. IF YOU HAVE ANY SPECIAL REQUIREMENT WE CAN ALSO PROVIDE YOU BY OUR BUSINESS NETWORK. LOOKING FOR YOUR KIND RESPONSE IN THIS REGARD.
The jute industry generates about 40,0001 of processing waste as by-product, commonly known as caddies. The major constituent of this waste is unsinkable short jute fiber. The other constituents are batching oil, machine oil and grease, barks of the jute plant and inorganic dirt’s. Traditionally the jute industry used this waste along with coal as fuel for the boiler to generate steam which was required to run the sizing and calendaring machines. Use of caddies as a fuel is problematic, mainly due its its poor fuel value or thermal efficiency and low bulk density. Besides this, during the past decade, there has been significant change in the products mix of the jute industry and sacking fabrics have emerged as the major product. Hessian and carpet backing fabrics, which are the major cause of steam consumption in a jute mill, are produced in a far less quantity than before, thereby lowering the requirement of steam by jute mills.

Attempts were made to utilize this industrial residue commercially for making needle-punched nonwoven fabrics. However, this effort met with only hired and short-lived success, as the product was thick, oily and dark in color. The mills producing such fabrics have almost stopped producing them because of lack of demand. Thus, the industry is in a situation where, while a few mills are utilizing the caddies as a fuel along with coal, most of the mills are burdened with this unwanted inventory which requires lot of space for storing and is hazardous because of its propensity to catch fire.

Evidently, a huge quantity of fibrous industrial waste awaits proper utilization. It is felt that if suitable processes and products are developed, this material can feed some industries, thereby creating wealth and generating employment. Suitability of jute caddies for preparing adhesive-bonded light-weight nonwoven fabrics3 and paper2 have been investigated earlier. These products can have various applications. Here, an outline of the technological steps required to convert caddies to hand-made paper at a small capital cost for the tiny sector has been discussed.

Composition of Jute Caddies :

Caddies were obtained from three jute mills and analyzed separately for their components. The composition of jute caddies was determined by removal of oil and grease by extraction with trichloroethylene under reflux in a Sox let apparatus for 6 h, followed by opening and cleaning in a trash analyzer. The oil and trash (bark, jute stick remnants, etc.) free material was treated with 0.5 per cent hydrochloric acid to remove the remaining inorganic impurities.

Process of Converting Caddies to Hand-made Paper :

Among the impurities present in caddies, oil, and grease have profound effect on the strength of the paper2. Besides this, it has been observed that removal of oil and grease, facilitates the removal of other impurities. Therefore, removal of oil and grease by a 'scouring' process forms an important step in the process for conversion of caddies to paper and the process of manufacturing paper would have the following unit operations.
Bale opening and removal of non-vegetative matters.
Scouring to remove oil and grease.
GANGULY el al : JUTE CADDIES — A POTENTIAL RAW MATERIAL FOR HAND - MADE PAPER
Table 4 — Physical and Mechanical properties of hand-made paper prepared from scoured and cleaned jute caddies
Sample No.
Gum additive (per cent)
Area density
(g/m2)
Tensile index
(N-m/g)
Bursting index
(kPa m2/g)
Fold endurance no.
Density
(g/cm3)
1
Nil
70
11.8
1.01
10
0.65
2
Nil
110
22.0
1.12
10
0.63
3
Nil
140
24.2
1.19
12
0.64
4
Nil
160
26.6
1.26
11
0.65
5
2.0
140
25.3
1.88
10
0.66
6
2.0
160
28.1
1.99
12
0.65

are reported in Table 1. It was observed that caddies contained 80-86 per cent short fibers and about 15 per cent impurities, constituting mainly oil and grease, bark and stick remnants and clay and dirt which were required to be removed to make it suitable for making paper. The effect of oil and grease content in the pulp on the strength properties of hand-paper made from scoured and cleaned caddies are reported in Table 2. It was found that strength properties of paper increased with decrease in oil and grease content and 1.5 per cent or less oil content in the pulp enabled the manufacture of hand-made paper reasonably strong and suitable for making paper bags for grocery and shopping. Besides, removal of oil and grease from caddies facilitated removal of other impurities. Therefore, removal of oil and grease by a scouring process would be the first technological step to clean caddies from impurities for its conversion to paper. A comparative data on impurities removed from caddies by various scouring methods in both aqueous and no aqueous systems are presented in Table 3. Removal of impurities was found to be maximum (10.36 per cent) with 1.42 per cent residual oil content by scouring caddies with a combination of sodium hydroxide (3 per cent) and a detergent (0.25 per cent) at 30°C for 1 h while extraction with hot toluene or n-hexane removed maximum oil content (0.56 and 0.53 per cent residual oil contents, respectively). The physical and mechanical properties of hand-made paper, prepared from scoured and cleaned jute caddies having 0.8 per cent oil content are presented in Table 4. Both the tensile index and bursting index increased with area density of paper and addition of gum in the pulp while fold endurance number was in the range of 10-12.
The strength properties of hand-made paper prepared from scoured and cleaned jute caddies by a simple process of swelling and mechanical pulping indicate its suitability for making paper bags for shopping and grocery. Thus the huge amount of industrial residue can be converted to hand-made paper and paper bags by an easily adoptable technology with little energy consumption. These eco-friendly paper bags have a good market potential in view of increasing restriction on the use of non-biodegradable plastic carry-bags due to their negative environmental and ecological impact. The technology is viable and easily adoptable, particularly in the rural sector, with less investment and potential for employment generation.

Scouring of Caddies :

Caddies can be scoured by an aqueous or a nonaqueous method. While the aqueous method has the advantage of employing simple equipments like, steel vat, it generates effluents. Non-aqueous scouring method employing solvents like n-hexane or toluene, though efficient and clean, requires much higher capital investment and working capital. Jute caddies were scoured with different chemicals in aqueous system as well as with organic solvents in a nonaqueous system at different temperatures and time intervals.

Opening and Cleaning of Scoured Caddies :

The scoured caddies contained remnants of plant bark, broken pieces of jute stick, thick fibrous roots and some dust. Opening and cleaning operation to remove these materials was carried out, using an opener machine which used both mechanical and pneumatic actions to clean the fibres. If the caddies are not cleaned before pulping the paper obtained is dotted with tiny dark spots of bark and dust particles.

Pre-treatment, Pulping and Paper-making :

Pre-treatment is normally done to swell the fibres before subjecting them to mechanical pulping. Swelling of caddies was done in water for 24 h. Urea solution is also used for swelling. The fibres can also be bleached before pulping. A valley beater and standard hand-made paper-making equipments were used for converting the fibres to hand-made paper

Table 1—Composition of jute caddies
Constituent
Average value
(per cent)
Range
(per cent)
Fibre (3 mm-100 mm)
85
(80-86)
Oil and grease
5.0
(3.5-6.5)
Bark, root and jute stick remanants
5.0
(4-6)
Clay and dirt
4.5
(4-6)
Foreign matter (Non-vegitative)
1.0
(0.5-1.5)


Values are expressed on oven-dry weight of caddies

sheets. This was followed by drying in air, calendaring and trimming of the calendared paper sheets. The sheets were tested for physical and mechanical properties by standard methods.

Results and Discussion:

The composition of jute caddies, obtained from three jute mills were analysed and the average values

Table 2—Effect of oil and grease content on properties of hand-made paper prepared from scoured and cleaned caddies
Oil/grease content
(per cent)
Tensile index
(N-m/g)
Fold endurance
no.
5
0.6
1
4
1.7
1-2
2.8
8.3
4
1.5
20.2
9-10
1.0
16.8
12
0.5
19.0
14


Now we like tom mention here that the all above information is collected from Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research Vol. 63, May 2004, pp. 417-419

We are exporting above product raw material regularly.
Min. Order Quantity :
15 Metric Ton/Metric Tons
Packaging Details :
Flat, Folded, Slippery packing, etc..
The jute industry generates about 40,0001 of processing waste as by-product, commonly known as caddies. The major constituent of this waste is unspin able short jute fiber. The other constituents are batching oil, machine oil and grease, barks of the jute plant and inorganic dirt. Traditionally the jute industry used this waste along with coal as fuel for the boiler to generate steam which was required to run the sizing and calendaring machines. Use of caddies as a fuel is problematic, mainly due its its poor fuel value or thermal efficiency1 and low bulk density. Besides this, during the past decade, there has been significant change in the products mix of the jute industry and sacking fabrics have emerged as the major product. Hessian and carpet backing fabrics, which are the major cause of steam consumption in a jute mill, are produced in a far less quantity than before, thereby lowering the requirement of steam by jute mills.
Attempts were made to utilize this industrial residue commercially for making needle-punched nonwoven fabrics. However, this effort met with only hmited and short-lived success, as the product was thick, oily and dark in color. The mills producing such fabrics have almost stopped producing them because of lack of demand. Thus the industry is in a situation where, while a few mills are utilizing the caddies as a fuel along with coal, most of the mills are burdened with this unwanted inventory which requires lot of space for storing and is hazardous because of its propensity to catch fire.
Evidently, a huge quantity of fibrous industrial waste awaits proper utilization. It is felt that if suitable processes and products are developed, this material can feed some industries, thereby creating wealth and generating employment. Suitability of jute caddies for preparing adhesive-bonded light-weight nonwoven fabrics3 and paper2 have been investigated earlier. These products can have various applications. Here, an outline of the technological steps required to convert caddies to hand-made paper at a small capital cost for the tiny sector has been discussed.
Composition of Jute Caddies :
Caddies were obtained from three jute mills and analysed separately for their components. The composition of jute caddies was determined by removal of oil and grease by extraction with trichloroethylene under reflux in a Soxhlet apparatus for 6 h, followed by opening and cleaning in a trash analyzer. The oil and trash (bark, jute stick remnants, etc.) free material was treated with 0.5 per cent hydrochloric acid to remove the remaining inorganic impurities.
Process of Converting Caddies to Hand-made Paper :
Among the impurities present in caddies, oil, and grease have profound effect on the strength of the paper2. Besides this, it has been observed that removal of oil and grease, facilitates the removal of other impurities. Therefore, removal of oil and grease by a 'scouring' process forms an important step in the process for conversion of caddies to paper and the process of manufacturing paper would have the following unit operations.
Bale opening and removal of non-vegetative matters.
Scouring to remove oil and grease.
GANGULY el al : JUTE CADDIES — A POTENTIAL RAW MATERIAL FOR HAND - MADE PAPER
Table 4 — Physical and Mechanical properties of hand-made paper prepared from scoured and cleaned jute caddies
Sample No.
Gum additive (per cent)
Area density
(g/m2)
Tensile index
(N-m/g)
Bursting index
(kPa m2/g)
Fold endurance no.
Density
(g/cm3)
1
Nil
70
11.8
1.01
10
0.65
2
Nil
110
22.0
1.12
10
0.63
3
Nil
140
24.2
1.19
12
0.64
4
Nil
160
26.6
1.26
11
0.65
5
2.0
140
25.3
1.88
10
0.66
6
2.0
160
28.1
1.99
12
0.65

are reported in Table 1. It was observed that caddies contained 80-86 per cent short fibres and about 15 per cent impurities, constituting mainly oil and grease, bark and stick remnants and clay and dirt which were required to be removed to make it suitable for making paper. The effect of oil and grease content in the pulp on the strength properties of hand-paper made from scoured and cleaned caddies are reported in Table 2. It was found that strength properties of paper increased with decrease in oil and grease content and 1.5 per cent or less oil content in the pulp enabled the manufacture of hand-made paper reasonably strong and suitable for making paper bags for grocery and shopping. Besides, removal of oil and grease from caddies facilitated removal of other impurities. Therefore, removal of oil and grease by a scouring process would be the first technological step to clean caddies from impurities for its conversion to paper. A comparative data on impurities removed from caddies by various scouring methods in both aqueous and nonaqueous systems are presented in Table 3. Removal of impurities was found to be maximum (10.36 per cent) with 1.42 per cent residual oil content by scouring caddies with a combination of sodium hydroxide (3 per cent) and a detergent (0.25 per cent) at 30°C for 1 h while extraction with hot toluene or n-hexane removed maximum oil content (0.56 and 0.53 per cent residual oil contents, respectively). The physical and mechanical properties of hand-made paper, prepared from scoured and cleaned jute caddies having 0.8 per cent oil content are presented in Table 4. Both the tensile index and bursting index increased with area density of paper and addition of gum in the pulp while fold endurance number was in the range of 10-12.
The strength properties of hand-made paper prepared from scoured and cleaned jute caddies by a simple process of swelling and mechanical pulping indicate its suitability for making paper bags for shopping and grocery. Thus the huge amount of industrial residue can be converted to hand-made paper and paper bags by an easily adoptable technology with little energy consumption. These eco-friendly paper bags have a good market potential in view of increasing restriction on the use of non-biodegradable plastic carry-bags due to their negative environmental and ecological impact. The technology is viable and easily adoptable, particularly in the rural sector, with less investment and potential for employment generation.
Scouring of Caddies :
Caddies can be scoured by an aqueous or a nonaqueous method. While the aqueous method has the advantage of employing simple equipments like, steel vat, it generates effluents. Non-aqueous scouring method employing solvents like n-hexane or toluene, though efficient and clean, requires much higher capital investment and working capital. Jute caddies were scoured with different chemicals in aqueous system as well as with organic solvents in a nonaqueous system at different temperatures and time intervals.
Opening and Cleaning of Scoured Caddies :
The scoured caddies contained remnants of plant bark, broken pieces of jute stick, thick fibrous roots and some dust. Opening and cleaning operation to remove these materials was carried out, using an opener machine which used both mechanical and pneumatic actions to clean the fibres. If the caddies are not cleaned before pulping the paper obtained is dotted with tiny dark spots of bark and dust particles.
Pre-treatment, Pulping and Paper-making :
Pre-treatment is normally done to swell the fibres before subjecting them to mechanical pulping. Swelling of caddies was done in water for 24 h. Urea solution is also used for swelling. The fibres can also be bleached before pulping. A valley beater and standard hand-made paper-making equipments were used for converting the fibres to hand-made paper


Table 1—Composition of jute caddies
Constituent
Average value
(per cent)
Range
(per cent)
Fibre (3 mm-100 mm)
85
(80-86)
Oil and grease
5.0
(3.5-6.5)
Bark, root and jute stick remanants
5.0
(4-6)
Clay and dirt
4.5
(4-6)
Foreign matter (Non-vegitative)
1.0
(0.5-1.5)


Values are expressed on oven-dry weight of caddies
sheets. This was followed by drying in air, calendering and trimming of the calendered paper sheets. The sheets were tested for physical and mechanical properties by standard methods.
Results and Discussion :
The composition of jute caddies, obtained from three jute mills were analysed and the average values


Table 2—Effect of oil and grease content on properties of hand-made paper prepared from scoured and cleaned caddies
Oil/grease content
(per cent)
Tensile index
(N-m/g)
Fold endurance
no.
5
0.6
1
4
1.7
1-2
2.8
8.3
4
1.5
20.2
9-10
1.0
16.8
12
0.5
19.0
14


Now we like tom mention here that the all above information is collected from Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research Vol. 63, May 2004, pp. 417-419

We are exporting above product raw material regularly.
Min. Order Quantity :
15 Metric Ton/Metric Tons
Packaging Details :
Flat, Folded, Slippery packing, etc..


JUTE BAG AND CLOTH


We like to introduce our salve as an Exporter from Bangladesh. We are mainly deal with All kind of Raw Jute and Jute Goods. We are giving hereunder some information about Jute Goods :

a) Sacking Cloth:
Width:22"-30"; Weight: 11-24 ozs. Weaving: Plain and Twill; Colour: Natural; Packing: 500-1000 yds./bale

b) Sacking Bag:
Sizes: As per requirement; Weight: Standard or light; Sewing: Overhead Dry Sewn, Overhead Tar sewn, Safety sewn (optional); Colour: Natural, Bleached; Branding: Up to 3 colour; Packing: 200-500 bags 1 bale (Flat or folded).

Twill Bags:
A. Twill bag (44"x26.5" - 2.62 lbs.), B.Twill Bag (44"x26.5" - 2.25 lbs.), L.Twill Bag (44"x26.5" - 2.50 Ibs), Binola Bag (44"x26.5" - 2.00 lbs.), Corn Sack (41"x31" - 1.75 to 2.15 lbs.), Cement Bag (29"x20" - 1.25 lbs.), Coffee Bag (40"x26" - 2.00 lbs.), Grain Sack 60"x30" - 3.25 lbs.), Sugar Bag (48"x28" - 2.50 lbs.).

Double Warp Bags:
Heavycees (40"x28" - 2.25 lbs.), Lightcees (40"x20" - 2.00 lbs.), D.W. Flour Bag 58"x28" - 2.25 lbs.), D.W Salt Bag (45"x26.5" - 1.75 lbs.), D.W Nitrate Bag (35"x26" - 1.25 lbs.).

a) Hessian Cloth:
Width: 22" to 80", Weight:5 to 14 ozs./sq.yd., Colour: Natural, Semi-brite, Full-brite, Bleached and Dyed; Packing: 700 - 2000 yds / bale or in roll.

b) Hessian Baq:
Sizes: Available as per buyer's requirement; Sewing: Herackle and Overhead (safety sewing optional); Colour: Natural, Semi-brite, Full-brite, Bleached, Dyed; Branding: upto 3 colour; Packing: 500-1000 bags flat or folded per bale.

c) Some Standard Bags:
Australian Bran Bag, Fertilizer Bag, Japanese Rice Bag, Onion Pocket, Potato Bag, Shopping Bag ete. Carpet (Secondary) Backinq Cloth (CBC) Width: 47" - 203"; Weight: 5.5 - 9.0 ozs./sq.yd.; Packing: 500 - 1000 yds.1 roll. Jute Yarn and Twine Quality: CB, Hessian and Sacking; Ply: 1- 3; Count:8 - 20 lbs.; packing: Precision / Mackroll in hank.

Wall Coverinq Cloth:
Width: 40" - 145"; Weight: 8 - 10.5 ozs.; Packing: 300 - 1000 yds./ roll. Wool Pack Qualities: Standard wool pack, Australian New Improved Wool Pack, New Zealand Wool Pack, Mini-Wool Pack, Coffin Type Wool Pack; Packing:25 - 50 packs / bale.

Tarpaulin and Canvas Cloth:
Width:36" - 45"; Weight: 14 - 20 ozs.; Porter & Shots: Tarpaulin 10x10, Canvas 14x14, packing: 1000 yds. / bale.

Jute Soil Erosion Control Fabric:
Width: 1.22 m; Weight: 610 gms. / m; Warp: 6.5 ends / 10 cm.; Weft: 4.5 ends / 10 cm.; Packing: 600 - 900 m / bale.

Jute felt:
Types: Single sided (SS) & Double Sided (DS) needle punched felt; Width: 54"; Thickness: 1/4" & 3/8' packing: 25 yds. / roll.

Rot Proof Fabric and Baq:
Normal Jute Fabric and Bag treated with anti - rot chemicals to impart extra longevity for use in adverse conditions.

Scrim Cloth:
Width: 27" - 80"; weight: 5 - 20 ozs./ sq. yd.; Packing: 1000 - 2000 yds. / roll.

Jute Mat:
Width: 3 feet, Length: 150 feet; Quality; Plain & Design; Weight: 2.25 - 2.50 lbs. / yd.; Packing: 150 feet / roll; Use: Both side.

Jute Diversified Products:
Various types of jute and jute blended products for household and furnishing uses.

Min. Order Quantity :
15 Metric Ton/Metric Tons

Packaging Details :
Flat, Folded, Slippery packing, etc..

Jute Yarn / Jute Twine

We like to introduce our salve as an Exporter from Bangladesh. We are mainly deal with All kind of Raw Jute and Jute Goods. We are giving hereunder some information about Jute Yarn :


Count
4 Lbs (7.25 NM) to 1750 Lbs (0.016 NM)

Ply
Any Ply

Quality
CRM, CRT, CRX, CRP, CB, Hessain, Sacking, etc

Conical
Wooden / Plastic / Paper / Paper Parallel / Coreless

Packing
Pattets / Truss / Hanks / Reels packed in Bales

Knots
Weaver’s.

Winding
Precision.

Joints
Spliced, Latex and Regular Knots Electronic Scanning Available.

Colour
Dyed and Bleached Available.

Knots
Weaver’s

Slubs
Tolerable.

Hairy
Negligible

Roots/Specks
Negligible.

Material
100% Jute

Yarn Type
Texturized

Pattern
Raw

Feature
Eco-Friendly, Recycled, Anti-Bacteria

Use
Sewing, Knitting, Weaving, Hand Knitting

Twist
Buyer's Choice

Evenness
Buyer's Choice

Yarn Count
Buyer's Choice

Strength
Buyer's Choice

Place of Origin
Bangladesh

Brand Name
Jute Yarn

Jute Yarn
Jute Twine

Quality
CRM Quality, CRT Quality, CRX Quality, CB Quality, Hessian Quality, Sacking Quality

Raw Jute

We like to introduce our salve as an Exporter from Bangladesh. We are mainly deal with All kind of Raw Jute and Jute Goods. We are giving hereunder some information about Jute :
Jute - The Golden Fibre
Jute, a natural fiber, has been in use for various purpose over the centuries throughout the world. It is the bark of a slender tropical plant belonging to Tiliaceae family with two species Corchorus capsularis and Corchorus olitorius. Breakthrough in textile technology during the industrial revolution helped jute emerges as an amazing fabric from its traditional image of a raw material for cordage and rope. Since then the innumerable additions, modifications and innovations in manufacturing process turned jute into as indispensable material for an unconventional use. The process of developing diversified use of jute still goes on unabated despite the challenge and threat from its synthetic substitutes.

End Uses of Jute Goods

Jute Goods can ideally be used as:

Bags and sacks for packing almost all kinds of agricultural produces, minerals, cement etc.
Packs for packing wool and cotton;
Wrapping materials / fabrics;
Carrier and backing fabric for carpet and linoleum;
Cordage and twines;
Webbing to cover inner springs in auto-seats and upholster furniture;
Cargo separator in ship;
Cloth for mine ventilation and partition;
Filling material in cable;
Roofing and floor covering apparel;
Footwear lining;
Wall covering and furnishing fabric; m. Fashion accessories;
Soil erosion control fabric and many more.
Advantage of Use of Jute Goods


Jute, having been the most environment-friendly natural fibre because of its inherent unique properties has counts of advantages over other man-made artificial polymer fibre products.


Under stress jute extends only 0.5% to its stable form and so gives wonderful dimensional stability.
The hairy surface of jute fabric gives it a capacity to grip any surface it comes in contact with. They can, for this reason, be stacked high and wide without any risk of slippage.
The ignition temperature of jute is 193. It thus remains very stable up to near ignition point. Even at boiling temperature, its intact physical properties guard it from undergoing possible distortion.
Jute being hygroscopic and auriferous permits normal breathing and humidity to the contents and so ensures their storage without deterioration.
Hooks may be used freely and easily on jute products during handling as its innate properties cover up the pierced holes immediately after. It thus prevents seepage loss of contents during transportation and allows itself to be re-used over and again.
Jute being natural is biodegradable. It does not plug the natural pore of the earth soil and surface.
When burned, it emits the same fume as a burning wood as we know, is nothing dangerous.
It has no adverse effect on human body and the mother nature as a whole.
Jute Growing Area In Bangladesh


Northern Jute (White and Tossa)
Soft District Jute (White and Tossa)
Jat Jute (White and Tossa)
District Jute (White and Tossa)
Hard District Jute (White and Tossa)


Grade
BTA, BTB, BTC, BTD, BTE, BTR, BTCA, BTCB, BWA, BWB, BWC, BWD, BWE, BWR, BWCA, BWCB, Bangle Meshta, etc..

Contact Information

Contact PersonKH. SAIFUL ISLAM
Telephone008801716793999
Fax Number
Websitehttps://www.gmdu.net/corp-914780.html
Post Code1000
Address45 Topkhana Road, Topican Tower 13th Fl. 13-D Dhaka-1000 Bangladesh
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