Organogram is a diagram that shows the structure of an organization and the relationships between the different people, departments, and jobs at different levels within that organization. In every organization, there has a managerial system that controls the whole process. Organogram expresses this managerial system step by step. In this article, I will give an organogram of the washing mill/ industry. Every washing mill has a unique organogram. In this article, I’m giving a typical organogram of the washing industry.
Organogram of Washing Factory
Washing is the best practice in garments manufacturing methodology or technique. Hope this article will help you enrich your knowledge of Garments Washing Factory.
In the garments washing plant, a lot of machines are used for different purposes. Where some machines are used in the dry process and the rest of those are used in the wet process of the garments washing plant. Different types of machines use in garment washing plants are also discussed in this article.
Types of Machine Used in Garments Washing Plant:
There are different types of machine, are used in garments washing plant, they are as follow:
- Sample washing machine,
- Sideloading washing machine,
- Front loading washing machine,
- Hydro extractor machine,
- Steam dryer,
- Gas dryer,
- Chemical mixing machine,
- Industrial woven – Gas,
- Industrial woven (Electric),
- Submersible pump,
- Grinding machine,
- Tagging machine,
- Steam chamber for crinkle,
- Effluent treatment plant – E.T.P
- Sandblasting gun,
- Sandblasting chamber,
- Spray gun,
- Spray dummy,
- Screw compressor
- Laser Draw.
To create a vintage effect & worn-out look on the garments washing is very important. Garments washing has to done on the clothing to modify the outlook, to introduce a unique appearance in the clothing, to remove sizing materials from the clothing. It’ll make the apparel softer.
To satisfy the customer, to introduce fading effect, and to create new fashion garments washing are an important part of the garments. Nowadays the demand for garments washing is increasing due to buyers’ requirements. Garments washing also applies to knit garments. So the people who are working in the textile sector might have to proper knowledge of garments washing.
Author of this Article: Mayedul Islam Merchandiser at Fashion Xpress Buying House. Badda, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Email: [email protected]
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This is more like a flow diagram more than a flowchart. What is the diagram software this was drawn from?