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All Textile Abbreviations | Abbreviation Related to Textiles

Abbreviation Related to Textiles | All Textile Abbreviations ASTM – American Society for Testing Materials AAMA– American Apparels Manufacturing Association AAQC-American Apparels Quality control AAQC– American Association of Quality Control AAMC-American Apparel Manufacturing Corporation ASQC– American Society for Quality Control BGMEA– Bangladesh Garments Manufacturers & Exporters Association BCCFA– Bangladesh Custom Clearing & Forwarding Agent BCI -Bangladesh Commerce & […]

Fibre Content / Composition Test

Fire Fighter Suits

Protective Textiles Introduction Fire Fighter Suits Firefighters perform diverse tasks like firefighting, aircraft fires & other vehicle fires, wildland firefighting etc. Firefighters garments should be designed considering some functions, the most important of which is protection against heat & flame. And protection against moisture is also important depending on the type of extinguishing method. Firefighters […]

Potential of “CARBON FIBER” for being the Future Material in the Domain of Technical Application

Protective Textiles Introduction

Protective Textiles Introduction Protective Textiles: Textiles, which have most common uses for clothing & that provide a certain outlook or appearances. But for working in adverse environment we need protection rather than appearances. Protective textile is one kind of technical textile which provides some protective functions like heat protection, ballistic protection, hazardous chemical protection, cold […]

Potential of “CARBON FIBER” for being the Future Material in the Domain of Technical Application

Geotextile | Forms of Geotextiles | Production of Woven Geotextiles | Application Areas of Geotextiles

Geotextile | Forms of Geotextiles | Production of Woven Geotextiles | Application Areas of Geotextiles  Geotextile : A planar, permeable, polymeric (synthetic or natural) textile material, which may be nonwoven, knitted or woven, used in contact with soil/rock and/or any other geotechnical material in civil engineering applications. Geotextile is a part of technical textile which is […]

Potential of “CARBON FIBER” for being the Future Material in the Domain of Technical Application

Geotextiles and Geosynthetics | Properties of Geotextiles

Geotextiles and Geosynthetics | Scope of Geotextiles | Essential Properties of Geotextiles | Terms Related to Geotextiles Geotextile : A planar, permeable, polymeric (synthetic or natural) textile material, which may be nonwoven, knitted or woven, used in contact with soil/rock and/or any other geotechnical material in civil engineering applications. Geotextile is a part of technical […]

Potential of “CARBON FIBER” for being the Future Material in the Domain of Technical Application

Knitted Structures For Sound Absorption

Knitted Structures For Sound Absorption Introduction :         Textiles have the potential to be used in reducing the interior noise of an automobile as they can provide passive sound absorption in upholstery, headliners and other interior parts.  sophisticated technical textiles may well be used to gain a reduction of automotive interior noise. This in turn […]

Potential of “CARBON FIBER” for being the Future Material in the Domain of Technical Application

Types Of Warp Knitting Machines

  Types Of Warp Knitting Machines Warp Knitting : Warp knitting is defined as a loop forming process in which yarn is fed into knitting zone , parallel to fabric selvedge . In warp knitting , fabric is made by forming loops from yarns coming in parallel sheet form run in the direction of fabric […]

Potential of “CARBON FIBER” for being the Future Material in the Domain of Technical Application

Fundamentals Of Warp Knitting | Warp Knitting Elements

Fundamentals Of Warp Knitting Warp Knitting : Warp knitting is defined as a loop forming process in which yarn is fed into knitting zone , parallel to fabric selvedge . In warp knitting , fabric is made by forming loops from yarns coming in parallel sheet form run in the direction of fabric formation . […]

Potential of “CARBON FIBER” for being the Future Material in the Domain of Technical Application