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Modern looms generate fluff, fly, and micro dust during production. Moderate amounts of heat are generated by looms, as well as small amounts of oil mist - caused by the lubrication required by these high speed machines. These factors can be detrimental to fabric production as the production of high quality fabric along with high yield during weaving of fabric from yarn requires careful environmental control. 
LUWA's LoomSphere is an air distribution system that ensures that production zones receive perfectly conditioned air to ensure high productivity.




LUWA's LoomSphere carefully maintains the environment at the loom such that the buildup of fluff is minimised in the loom shed area. It also supplies high humidity air to the production zones – this helps maximise yarn strength and minimise yarn breakage.

The patented local displacement air outlet is situated above the warp. The low turbulence air flow which is produced maintains the required air conditions up to the warp. The exhaust air is captured directly under the weaving machine together with dust and fibre fly. This means significant energy savings and reduced burden on the air conditioning system from dust and fibres in the weaving area.
Manufactured by: Luwa India Private Limited, India

  • Laminar air flow – clean air supplied directly into the weaving zone
  • Direct conditioning – high humidity only where it is required
  • High air changes are effective at removing dust from the weaving zone
  • Removes heat and dust efficiently; provides comfortable working conditions for operators
  • Low energy consumption – 40% less compared to conventional system
  • Reduced energy consumption of humdification plant
  • Optimised heat dissipation thanks to aluminium profile

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