Fibres To Finished Fabrics

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This volume contains the proceedings of the 1998 Fibres to Finished Fabrics Conference, organized by the Fibre Science and Dyeing & Finishing Groups of The Textile Institute.

Textbook Of Fabric Science Fundamentals To Finishing

Author: SEKHRI, SEEMA
Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN: 8120352394
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This book is a small step in the direction of giving an Indian perspective in understanding the world of fabrics by explaining the factors that contribute to the aesthetics as well as performance of a textile product.

Surface Characteristics Of Fibers And Textiles

Author: Christopher Pastore
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780824700027
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An exploration of the surface characteristics of fibres and textiles. It emphasizes how fibre surface affects permeability, stiffness, strength, dyeing, wrinkling, and other performance characteristics to optimize production.

Fibre Fabric

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These requirements were ra~ pidly realized, and the finishing branch of the trade
is now one of the most important. Knitted goods are generally finished when all
the operations of manufacture have been completed, while the tubular or
rectilinear fabrics made in pieces are ordinarily finished before being made up
into the completed article. The latter method affords many advantages, because
then measurements can be made with more certainty, and the material can be cut
, sewn and ...

Regenerated Cellulose Fibres

Author: Calvin Woodings
Publisher: Woodhead Publishing
ISBN: 9781855734593
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TENCEL* fabrics can achieve stable dimensions rapidly when wet, and still offer
lower residual s suitable resins or by blending with a synthetic fibre such as
polyester or nylon. Such dimensional stability is not unusual for TENCEL*, even
without the use of resins if fabrics are relaxed correctly in finishing. The basis for
the inherent stability of TENCEL* is that its fibres do not change in length when
wet. All other cellulosic fibres grow in length when wet, which means that for
every wet/dry ...

Bast And Other Plant Fibres

Author: R R Franck
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1845690613
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The objectives are to remove dirt, regularise fabric structure, bleach it slightly and
ensure maximum dimensional stability. Hemp fabrics are usually sold in their
natural colour, but to produce a level shade a mild bleaching treatment is used.
This process is similar to that used for flax fabrics of similar weight. The first stage
of fabric finishing is scouring, using a gentle alkaline liquor. This removes dirt and
also the natural waxes, proteins and pectins that are present in the fibres.

Handbook Of Natural Fibres

Author: Ryszard M Kozłowski
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0857095501
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The resistance of cotton and cotton-polyester fabrics to mildew growth was
determined by a soil test. The degree of biodeterioration was assessed after 1, 2,
5, 8 and 11 weeks. The evaluation of the effect of microorganisms was based on
the extent of reduction of tearing strength. Cotton fabrics, both raw and finished,
had undergone complete degradation after only two weeks. The most resistant
was the blend of 33% cotton and 67% polyester fibres (Szostak-Kotowa et al.,
1988).