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raw jute, jute mills produce single strand jute yarn. The
basic process of producing single-strand jute yarn involves
stapling the reed, batching, carding, drawing, and spinning. Where
necessary, jute yarns are produced in double strands.
Jute yarns are subsequently created into jute fabric and
jute twine. The latter product, which comes in varying
weights and thickness, is used extensively in India and is
widely exported to many countries.
The uses range from
tying to sewing, and for a variety of industrial applications
such as cable binding and packing pipe joints.
Single or multiple twists jute yarn is available from 4 lbs.
to 48 lbs. As per requirement and as with most yarns and
twines, jute yarn is generally packaged in winding cylindrical/conical/coneless
spools or hanks.
Jute yarn is a valuable raw material but generally the cable
industry (the heavy yarn variety) and carpet industry (for carpet
weaving), make use of jute yarn the most.
yarn is now a staple material in wall coverings, jute webbing,
fabrics for shopping bags, caps, handicrafts, jute cloth, brain
ding for hand made leisure shoes, safety fuse for explosive and
many more other uses.
A large stock of jute yarn is the natural beige to brown tones. To
meet special requirements of the end-users, jute yarns are also
available in bleached dyed and blended jute yarn, in combinations
of colors and compositions.
For one, agriculturists, horticulturists
and flower arrangers prefer their garden jute yarns and twines
in natural color or green.
Jute can also be combined with other materials to create more
durable and adaptable range of jute yarn products. More
importantly, they are perceived to be cost-effective.
In terms of strength, bulk, and flexural rigidity, the blended
acrylic-jute yarn compares favorably with commercially available
woollen and acrylic yarns. Its uses can be extended to
include floor coverings and furnishing textile.