Yarns and fabrics react quickly to overly dry or overly damp air. Fibers become brittle, and fabrics shrink or stretch lengthwise or crosswise. This lowers the quality of semi-finished or finished products. In addition, the static charge also spoils the workmanship of textiles as charged fibers pull apart from each other, card or comb poorly, and stick to the guide lugs.
The threads are then at risk of breaking and produce an irregular woven fabric and clothes that lose their shape.
Furthermore, textiles and leather goods are increasingly being manufactured in countries with challenging climatic conditions. It is all the more important to ensure a constant level of humidity in these countries and ensure quality and productivity in production.