Known as the "country of jute", Bangladesh is located at 23.8 degrees north latitude and has a subtropical monsoon climate. It is the world's second largest jute producer after India, with an annual output of about 900,000 tons of jute, and is also the world's largest jute exporter.
Sowing in spring and reaping in autumn. The stem is straight and slender, without branches. At maturity, it is about a bit thicker than an adult's thumb. It is 2 to 3 meters tall. The skin is green and shiny. The leaves are about the same length as the willow leaves and a little wider than it. The leather fiber is used to weave sacks, and the stem is high-quality firewood, and it can also be used to make gunpowder.
When mature, chop the jute and tie them into bundles, and transport them to the river. In the river, they are stacked one after another, the next layer is horizontal, the upper layer is vertical, and they are staggered to form a square. Jute array, like a chopper. Then use ropes to tie the felling up, down, left, and right to prevent it from falling apart.
After soaking in water for more than a month, the jute can be peeled off the stem. At this time, the river water had all turned black. The stench of jute rot from the river, but as farmers, they smell the stench of a good harvest.
Next, peel the jute. It takes a lot of time to peel off the jute from the stem roots. 4 or 5 acres of jute lasts about a month for peeling process. Sometimes, jute that is not soaked well which make it difficult to peel and may slow down the peeling process. It then has to be be transported back and placed in water for double soaking. When It is almost done, the jute needs to be washed in water and placed on a pole to dry. After drying, harvesting of jute is complete.
To obtain jute fiber, the manufacturer operates according to the following processes:
Transport to the plant and place next to the boilers;
Impregnate the stems with water or oil, which helps to lighten the material;
The stem is processed on the ground, and the lumps are removed in advance;
The raw materials are cleaned of dirt and dust, after which they are separated, straightened and folded;
The material is processed on the spinning water, turning it into yarn in the process.
Production of packaging materials
Raw materials from spinning cultures are widely used to produce hard and soft traditional packaging materials, some of which are used in daily life. After processing from raw materials, various types of packaging and furniture fabrics are made from jute raw materials. This kind of fabric is indispensable for the production of packaging materials due to low moisture absorption.
The raw materials of jute in Bangladesh and India are used to make ropes, cords, etc. In addition, these products are used to create new things through winding to make the rough cord looks more artistic, Ropes/cords are usually used to decorate rooms and record cabins.
Advantages of jute fiber
After receiving high-quality products, jute fibers are made by special equipment, so they retain their natural attributes. There are so many benefits by using jute products
· Moisture absorption;
· High strength;
· Steam permeability;
· Sound insulation;
· Tolerance to fungus, the appearance of the mold;
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