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American Journal of Energy Research. 2014, 2(3), 53-59
DOI: 10.12691/ajer-2-3-2
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Energy Management and Energy Crisis in Textile Finishing

Faheem Uddin1,

1Textile Engineering Department, FoE, Baluchistan University of I. T. Engineering and Management Sciences, Airport Road, Balali, Quetta

Pub. Date: May 28, 2014

Cite this paper:
Faheem Uddin. Energy Management and Energy Crisis in Textile Finishing. American Journal of Energy Research. 2014; 2(3):53-59. doi: 10.12691/ajer-2-3-2

Abstract

Textile industry is indeed one of the major energy consumers. Therefore, approaches introducing reduced energy processing of textiles in association with the standard energy management practices would be in obvious demand. Energy management standard is particularly desired for energy- intensive industrial sectors. Textile finishing organizations significantly depends upon the continual energy supply from fiber production to finished fabric. Textile processing areas that heavily consume water and electricity can be significantly improved in terms of reduced energy utilization and minimum energy loses through exercising improved housekeeping and standard management practices. It was perceived that ISO 50001 standard will provide management guideline and approaches to the textile sector organizations leading to an increased efficiency, reduced cost through less energy consumption, and improved energy performance. Any scientific information and data on hot air, heat, steam and processed water recycling available in literature would indeed be beneficial to enhance textile processing and finishing industry in the utilization of energy management policy, performance and efficiency measures, physical structure. The important factors that would be influenced by the energy management standard in textile finishing, ranging over fiber processing, pre- treatments, dyeing, printing, and special effects, are identified for improvement and discussed in this paper.

Keywords:
energy management ISO 50001 standard textile finishing

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