It is estimated that in several countries around the world, such as Bhutan, New Zealand, China and the United States, textile waste accounts for 1.0 to 5.1 per cent of the composition of municipal solid waste (MSW) and requires careful handling. In addition, almost 85% of discarded clothes end up in landfills and are broken down to produce methane, a harmful greenhouse gas and a significant cause of global warming, which raises alarm bells.
In 1996, the world's non-woven production has exceeded 0.2 billion tons, accounting for about 10% of the total amount of textiles, and its development speed is much higher than the average development speed of the textile industry. At present, the world's textile industry is generally depressed, but the output of nonwovens maintains a high annual growth rate and continues to develop at a rate of 8-10%.
Long-term use of the textile carding machine will cause a certain amount of wear and tear, so what should we pay attention to when operating small details?