RG Textile Industries is known for crafting 3D bedsheets with beautiful aesthetics to create an ambiance. The warping process starts leading to the weaving of the bedsheet fabric with waterjet looms. RG Textile Industries, having one of the largest textile mills, prints 175000m/per day with 12 colour rotary machines. Then the process ends up with the washing and packaging of the bedsheet.
Throughout the process, we lay special emphasis on treating the water used during the process so as not to release toxic waste.
Lately, the world has been demanding polar blankets. These are made up of microfleece, or synthetic fleece which are usually regarded as a lightweight alternative to wool. The process of manufacturing polar blankets starts with knitting circular knits, followed by dyeing or printing the fabric. For printed designs, we use roller printing techniques. The printed blanket then undergoes brushing and sewing before finishing. The finishing process includes vacuuming. It ensures that none of the threads remain on the blanket. At last, the finalized blanket is checked for quality and then packaging.
At RG Textile Industries, we manufacture 20 tons per day, that is 50000 pieces daily.
We, at RG Textile Industries, hold a record of manufacturing 70-ton mink blankets every day, which is equivalent to 50000 pcs per day. The blanket manufacturing starts with the warping process, followed by fabric weaving. After weaving, the blanket undergoes the flatbed screen process for design printing. This process takes place multiple times at 90 ~ 140 ℃ to provide a soft touch, excellent gloss, bulkiness, and heat retention. The process ends with washing, brushing, tailor finishing, and packaging.