A cotton waste making machine is a machine that is used to recycle cotton waste into new cotton fibers. This can be done by opening up the cotton fibers, removing any impurities, and then baling the fibers for further processing. The cotton waste making process typically begins with the cotton waste being fed into the machine. The cutter then cuts the cotton waste into smaller pieces. The opener then loosens the cotton fibers and removes any impurities. The cleaner then removes any remaining impurities from the cotton fibers. The baler then bales the cotton fibers for further processing. Cotton waste making machines are used by a variety of businesses, including textile mills, recycling companies, and waste management companies. They can be used to recycle a variety of cotton waste products, including yarn waste, fabric waste, and banian waste.
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Capacity||upto 50 kg/hr|
|Usage/Application||Cotton waste making machine|
|Automation Grade||Semi Automatic|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|