FULLY-INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING PROCESS
Located on a 5.8 acre piece of land, Powernet Industries' factory is fully-integrated and highly automated, from R&D to finishing. Quality control inspection is conducted at every critical stage of the manufacturing process to ensure the high quality standards expected by its clients are not compromised.
Molecular structure and elongation specifications required by clients are carefully studied before a sample is produced.
This is a process where imported yarns in the form of bobbins or cheese are wound onto the beam in preparation for the knitting process.
Warp-knitting machines convert the yarn (polyester, nylon and elastic) into fabric materials.
Fabrics are dyed using powder dyestuff which are mixed according to a developed recipe. COLOUR MATCHING
Computerised colour is conducted to ensure accurate colour matching.
The dyed warp-knitted fabrics are placed into drying machines and then go through the stenter machine that heat-sets the fabric to stabilise the molecular structure of the yarn.
For fabrics which require the velvety texture, the fabric is brushed by means of rollers with sharp wires on the surface which rotate in the opposite direction to the interfacing running fabrics.
SETTING M&S LAB
The finished warp-knitted fabrics are re-inspected for quality control and packed for delivery.