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Relation Between Yarn Count and Diameter & count calculation for ply yarn

Normally, when two single yarns are twisted together one should expect some contraction or some increase in length depending on the twisting direction. A contraction will result in a yarn slightly coarser than the estimated value. In order to correct for this difference, typically 5% to 10% contraction or extension should be accounted for.

Types of Calenders in Textiles

Derivatives of Plain Weave

There are two types of derivatives : Rib and Matt. In rib weave, it produces rib or cord effect in warp/weft direction. Used as grosgrain cloth, mattress cloth,hair cords, blankets etc. Matt is constructed by extending the plain weave both vertically and horizontally. Matt weave finds extensive uses for a great variety of fabrics such as dress materials, shirtings, sail cloth, duck cloth etc.

Types of Calenders in Textiles

Melt Spinning , Dry spinning and Wet Spinning Method

Man-made fibers are manufactured by spinning the polymer. There are three major types of spinning process. They are- █ Melt Spinning (It is used for polymers that can be melted easily.) █ Dry Spinning (It involves dissolving the polymer into a solution that can be evaporated.) █ Wet Spinning (It is used when the solvent can’t be evaporated and must be removed by chemical means.)

Solar Hot Water Use in Textile, Paper, poultry Feed and etc. Industry

Speed Frame and function of speed frame

The output from the draw frame is fed into the roving frame (also called ‘speed frame or simplex machine or flyer frame‘) where the linear density of sliver is reduced by drafting and the resultant product is called the roving. After the drafting operation, the roving is wound on the bobbin. During winding, a little amount of twist is imparted to the roving.

Cost Saving in Cotton Spinning: Energy Efficiency and Innovative Solutions

Twill & Angle of Twill Weave

A twill weave is characteristics by diagonal ribs (twill lines) on the face of the fabric. These twill lines are produce by letting all warp ends interlace in the same way but displaing the interlaceing points of each end by one pick relative to that of the previous end while the plain weave can only be woven in one form, there exit several options with regrad to twills.

Types of Calenders in Textiles