Category: Fibre – Yarn

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COTTON – OLDEST FIBRE

  Cotton is the oldest textile fibre used for textile purpose.Cotton is a fibre, oil and protein yielding crop of global significance. It is cultivated in tropical and sub-tropical regions of more than 80...

Pure cotton fabric, staple fibre 1

FIBRE IDENTIFICATION-SOLVENT TEST

FIBRE IDENTIFICATION-SOLVENT TEST – The knowledge of identifying the textile fibres helps a producer of garments to identify the type of fibre and the care to be taken in maintaining the fabrics made of particular...

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FIBRE – DESIRABLE PROPERTIES

i)Elasticity : Elasticity is property by which the fibre tends to recover its original length upon the removal of stress,causing deformation. ii)Moisture Absorption : Moisture absorption means the absorption of water vapour from the...

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Microscopic View – Fibre Identification

 Microscopic View – Fibre Identification Flax:                                                 Longitudinal View       :  Long,Transparent,cylindrical,sometimes striated appearance.It    has harrow lumen running through centre. Cross sectional view   :  The cell wall appears thick and polygonal in shape....

Classificatio of Textile Fibre 1

General Properties of Fibre

Introduction: Textile fibres are materials of natural or artificial origin which can be converted into yarn and fabric for clothing. Fibre is defined as a fine strand of tissue of plants or animal or...

Raw material for producing yarn 1

Industrial spinning process

Industrial spinning process: Fiber (also spelled fibre) – a group of materials that are unbroken lengthy filaments or in separate drawn out pieces, similar to the extent of yarn. Industrial spinning process: Human being, are using...

Colorful woolen Threads, cap, pure cotton 2

Yarn Varieties, Natural and Synthetic Fibers

Natural and Synthetic Fibers / Yarn Varieties:  Yarn can be produced by lengthy continuous joined fibers, used in the construction of textiles, sewing, knitting, weaving, embroidery and rope making. Thread is a type of yarn...