Challenges facing the textile industry
The most common problems encountered by the textile industry are: exporting to other countries far away, the goods are shipped by sea for dozens of days, and the goods are often moldy.
Textiles are embodied as fibers, yarns, fabrics and their composites, which are fiber aggregates processed through textile processing. In the production process, some sizing agents and processing aids will be added. These substances are hotbeds for mold growth. Once the textiles are damp, they are very easy to mold.
Here are some of the challenges that the textile industry often faces:
Exporting by sea has a huge temperature difference between day and night at sea, and the water vapor in the container is easy to condense into liquid water and drop on the textile packaging, causing the packaging to be damaged by moisture. The textile itself also has a strong ability to absorb moisture. Once damp, the residual pulp in the textile processing, oil, starch, grease, etc. in the processing auxiliaries will naturally cause the product to become moldy. Therefore, textiles should be cleaned and dried as much as possible after processing, and packaged with desiccant. If it needs to be exported by sea, a special calcium chloride desiccant should also be hung in the container.