Fibre – Yarn

Yarn is the assembly of staple fibre.

BAST FIBRES

BAST FIBRES

All vegetable fibres other than cotton are multicellular bast fibres. They are composed of bundles of many cells held together by surface attraction. They are not attached to seeds as are cotton hairs but are usually part of stem structure or some other tissues of plant.Flax or Linen, Jute, Hemp, Ramie and related fibres are …

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Pure cotton fabric, staple fibre

COTTON PROPERTIES

             Properties of cotton fibre can be divided into two parts, one is according to physical structure and another is chemical properties. Physical Properties:- Chemical Properties:- Action Of Heat : With stand temperature upto 150°C prolong heating beyond 230°C may scorch and burn. Action Of Mineral acids (H₂SO₄, HCl)             Dilute …

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