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Micro Fiber Fabric Dyeing
The History of Micro fibers - Japanese fibre manufacturing companies launched the first micro-denier products during the 1970s. Benefits of Microfibers include comfortable, quickly cleanable, reusable
Golden Fibre: Still Glitters!
Jute is known as the Golden Fibre it occupies place next to cotton in the amount produced & the variety of uses are low extensibility & moderate moisture retention.
Banana fibre: Green apparel of the future
In Japan, banana fibre is used for making traditional kimono and kamishimo dress Japanese people still prefer to wear dresses made from banana fabric as summer wear.
Considering the Alpaca Industry
Article By Samantha Holmes, Considering The Alpaca Industry, Alpaca Fibre For Items Such As Clothing And Blankets Originated In South America Alpaca Clothing Is Very Comfortable, Soft And Warm, So The
Abrasion Resistance of Polyester Air-Jet Yarns
Polyester Air Jet Yarns - Air jet spinning is related to the influence of fibre properties and process parameters on yarn structures and ultimate properties.
Attaining better yarn quality with carding
Carding process is vital to determine texture of fabric through yarn and fibre quality. Functions of carding machine helps to gain better quality yarn.
Dope-Dyed fibres: A solution to environmental pollution
Viscose has been a fibre loved by consumers on account of its excellent attributes of comfort, fluid drape & aesthetic appeal; write Ajay Sardana & Amit Dayal.
White gold, green future
Cotton, by & large, is the fibre that the textiles & apparel industry is made of. In this article Subir Ghosh highlight’s some trends that may decide cotton's future.
Introduction of Reactive Dyes
Read Article on Types of Reactive Dyes, Introduction of Reactive Dyes, Dichlorotriazynilamino Types of Dyes and Monochlorotriazynylamino Type of Dyes. Reactive dyes form a covalent bond between fibre
The Big Shift: 5 Mega Trends That Will Influence Future Strategies
Global fibre consumption has increased from 29 million tonnes in 1980 to 97 million tonnes in 2018, and the market has brought with it a change in the consumption patterns.
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