If the textile fibres are dry when they are run through the looms, they become
fragile and break, leading to stoppages, downtime and a slowing down of production.
In addition, the fibres that break release fluff into the air, often causing
a worsening of the air quality. Appropriate humidification reduces the breakage
of the fibres, the quantity of dust in the air and at the same time speeds up
the operation of the looms.