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Internationally agreed methods for testing polyester filament yarns for textile uses

International Bureau for the Standardisation of Man-Made Fibres.

Internationally agreed methods for testing polyester filament yarns for textile uses

by International Bureau for the Standardisation of Man-Made Fibres.

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Published by BISFA in [Basle] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polyester yarn -- Testing.,
  • Yarn -- Testing.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementInternational Bureau for the Standardization of Man-Made Fibres.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS1548.7.P58 I57 1976
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p. :
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4603769M
    LC Control Number77366891

    Woven fabric constructions of % polyester, % wool, and five polyester/wool blends were analyzed. Fabric weights ranged from to g/m on a cm width basis. Polyester yarn types included % spun staple, % texturized continuous filament, and a combination of staple and texturized filament yarns. Primary hand valuesCited by: 1. yarns by Unifi Inc. (also of Greensboro), a diversified producer and processor of multi-filament textured yarns. The textile is made from recycled materials; it conserves energy and nat-ural resources by offset-ting the need to produce virgin polyester. Based on using a minimum of 45 percent of these yarns, each linear yard of fabric.

    The Company’s polyester and nylon segments compete in a worldwide market with a number of other foreign and domestic producers of such yarns. In the sale of polyester filament yarns, major domestic competitors are Dillon Yarn Company, Inc., Spectrum Dyed Yarns, Inc. and Milliken & Company and in the sale of nylon yarns major domestic. Full text of "Textile chemicals [electronic resource]: environmental data and facts" See other formats.

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Internationally agreed methods for testing polyester filament yarns for textile uses by International Bureau for the Standardisation of Man-Made Fibres. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Yarn manufacturing process for filament yarn: The filament yarn mean synthetic continuous filament yarn suitable for clothing purpose, like polyester, nylon, acrylics, etc. generally man made fibre in its liquid or molten state is forced through the holes of a spinneret and emerges as a long, smooth, rod-like filament.

methods. We have now reached the final unit of this course. We have already learnt in lesson 13 the meaning of quality and the need for testing fibres, so that total quality management can be achieved.

Fibres, yarns and fabrics are the three important forms in which textile materials are available. yarns in skein form when treated in boiling water, dry heat, saturated steam, or solvents.

This test method is applicable to yarns made from any fiber or combination of fibers where the tex of the yarn is known or can be determined. This test method is not recommended for File Size: 48KB.

Tex is an internationally agreed fixed length system (that is the weight per unit length) of yarn numbering that applies to all types of yarns, regardless of the method of production.

The tex count represents the weight in grams per 1 kilometre ( metres) of yarn (Beech et al.,page ).Cited by: 2. ASTM's textile standards provide the specifications and test methods for the physical, mechanical, and chemical properties of textiles, fabrics, and cloths, as well as the natural and artificial fibers that constitute them.

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This book emphasizes reproducible tests using commonly used experimental methods reported in scientific literature and internationally recognized testing standards to. Scope This test method determines the snagging resistance of afabric Studies of fabric snagging have shown that this testmethod is suitable for a range of woven and knitted fabricsmade from textured or untextured filament yarns or spun yarnsor combinations of these yarns.2,3This test method is notsuitable for (1) open construction.

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The Company’s polyester and nylon segments compete in a worldwide market with a number of other foreign and domestic producers of such yarns. In the sale of polyester filament yarns, major domestic competitors are Dillon Yarn Company, Inc., O’Mara, Inc., Spectrum Dyed Yarns, Inc., KOSA and Teijin AKRA, S.A.

de C.V.; and in the sale of nylon. Filament yarn: a yarn composed of one or more filaments Monofil: a filament yarn consisting of a single filament Single yarn: a yarn composed of staple fibres (spun yarn), a single filament (monofilament) or several filaments (multifilament), with or without twist Characteristics of man-made fibre cross sections T e r m i n o l o g y 1 6 B.

Thermal absorptivity is an indicator of warm and cool feeling of textile materials. An equation based on thermal absorptivity of polyester in solid form, porosity of a fabric, and relative contact. The Company’s polyester and nylon segments compete in a worldwide market with a number of other foreign and domestic producers of such yarns.

In the sale of polyester filament yarns, major domestic competitors are Nanya, Dillon Yarn Company, Inc., O’Mara, Inc., Spectrum Dyed Yarns, Inc., KOSA and AKRA, S.A. de C.V.; and in the sale of nylon. Testing & Standards. 27 th April Hohenstein, a leading testing service provider and research partner, has opened a textile testing laboratory in Gurugram, India.

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Filament yarns: A filament yarn is made from one or more continuous strands called filaments where each component filament runs the whole length of the yarn. Those yarns composed of one filament are called mono-filament yarns, and those containing more filaments are known as multi-filament yarns.

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