Gadoon Textile Mills Limited (Knits Division) proudly announces that our Stitching Unit has been awarded the STeP Certificate by OEKO-TEX®️ enabling production & sale of Knits Bedding Products with MADE IN GREEN label.

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Gadoon possess a diverse product portfolio of yarn counts, including those of 100% cotton (combed and carded), as well of high-quality Polyester, Viscose, Acrylic, Lycra, Trilobal, Melange and Cotton. GTML is an internationally certified entity for its quality measures, certifications include Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 and Supima® World’s Finest Cottons.

Slub Yarn

Slub yarn refers to yarn that has been purposely spun with slubs (thicker sections along the yarn). Slubs are deliberately created to produce a desired effect. While it was once seen only as a defect, slub yarn is now intentionally recognized to give fabric more personality.

Murata Vortex Spun Yarn (MVS)

Vortex yarn is spun with a unique technology. Its yarn structure optimizes the characteristics of its component fibers. Below are the features of Vortex yarn:

  • Less hairiness
  • Resistance to pilling
  • Moisture absorption
  • Wash resistance

Murata Jet Spun Yarn

To achieve better wrapping of edge fibers Murata Jet Spinning (MJS) uses contra-rotating twin jets. On MJS machine, we also spin various other materials such as cotton, synthetic fiber, regenerated fiber and blended fiber. Following are the basis advantages to spun yarn on MJS Machine.

  • Less hairiness & clear appearance
  • High resistance to pilling & abrasion
  • High moisture absorption
  • Less shrinkage & high wash resistance

Slub Core Spun Yarn

Slub Core spun yarn is created by twisting staple fibers around a central filament core with Slub. It’s mainly used in the fashion segment for making denim based products.

Ring Spun/Compact Spun Double Yarn on Doubling Machine

A yarn in which two or more single yarns are twisted together in one operation e.g. two-fold yarn, three fold yarn etc. whether it’s on Compact or Ring Spun. There are many purposes where doubled yarn is used. Sometimes thread is doubled to make warp for weaving, and it is invariably used for the manufacture of knitting yarn, crochet yarn and sewing yarn. .

Open End Yarn

Open-end spinning is a technology for creating yarn without using a spindle. And we are producing Open end yarn with regenerated cotton for domestic market.

Poly Cotton Yarn

In this type of yarn the cotton part is usually less than Polyester. The poly cotton yarn commonly has a blend of polyester and cotton. Two of the most frequently sold blends in polyester cotton yarn are of 65:35 and 52:48.

Manmade / Blended Yarn

All of the man-made fibres can be blended with natural fibres or with other man-made fibres. Blended Yarn fabrics are made from yarns in which two or more manmade fibres are mixed together before yarn is spun. Some examples of synthetic fabrics include polyester, acrylic, nylon, rayon, spandex, lycra etc.

100% Grey Cotton Ring Spun Yarn

Ring spinning is a method of spinning fibers, such as cotton, flax or wool, to make a yarn. Yarn is made by twisting and thinning the cotton strands to make a very fine, strong, soft rope of cotton fibers. In Ring-Spun Yarns, twisting takes place from the outside inwards.

Compact Yarn

The compact spinning is a process where fiber strand drawn by drafting system is condensed before twisting it. In compact spinning, the edge fibers are completely taken up into the yarn formation. It is unique in producing fully compacted quality yarn. There are four basic advantages for spinning yarn on Compact machines:

  • Reduced hairiness
  • Maximum strength and elongation
  • Minimum environmental impact
  • Unequalled wearing comfort

Siro yarn

Siro spun yarn technology is different from conventional ring spinning, Siro spun yarn is processed on double rove feeds then drawn on rollers and after that it is twisted like one rove. This technology results in a smoother, durable and low hairy yarn.

Slub Core

Slub Core spun yarn is created by twisting staple fibers around a central filament core with Slub, It’s mainly high end uses for Fashion segment making denim products

Core Spun Yarn

Core spun, or “polycore”, yarn is created by twisting staple fibers around a central filament core, usually made of polyester for extra strength. It is 40% to 50% stronger than normally spun yarn of the same weight, and reduces the number of broken stitches when sewing seams and hems on denim. The CORE-SPUN YARN used to enhance functional properties of the fabrics such as strength, durability and stretch comfort.