The Polymer & textile industry occupies a vital place in Indian economy and contributes substantially to its export earnings. Textile exports represent nearly 30 per cent of the country’s total exports. It has a high weightage of over 20 per cent in the national production. It provides direct employment to over 15 million persons in the mill, powerloom and handloom sectors. Consider its infrastructure: second largest producer of silk, largest producer of jute, one of the largest production base for cotton/Denims and never-tried-before blends of linen.
The exquisite quality of Indian textiles has been hailed since ancient times. The sheer mystique of their textures have captured the imagination of royalty and commoners alike. It is the appreciation and acceptance that it has met with the world over that makes the Indian Textile Industry what it is today-an industry with one of the highest growth rates in India. The textile industry has a strong socio-economic significance in India's national economy. It contributes around 5% of GDP & accounts for over one-third of India's total exports. It is also the largest foreign exchange earner.
- Hot Melt Filtration
- Continuous Polymer filtration
- Polymer spin finish
- Polymer candle / spinneret cleaning systems
- SS Sand recovery system
- Boiler feed water treatment
- Process Water Treatment
- Waste water management