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Man-Made Fibres
Read the article about man-made fibres and man-made cellulose fibres. cuprammonium fibres as the principle had been the basis in Germany for the production, initially of incandescent bulbs (1891),
Developments in the Processing of Lyocell Fabrics
Developments In Processing Of Lyocell Fabrics Defined As Regenerated Cellulosic Fibre Obtained By Spinning Of Dissolved Wood Pulp In Organic Solvent, NMMO-N-Methyl-Morphaline-N-Oxide Derived From
Regaining flexibility through mixing systems
Textile Additive Injection is beneficial in different ways. Use of additives in fibres allows manufacturers to gain special effect to a fabric through the mixing systems.
Biotechnological Development Of New Millennium Fibres
Biotechnological Development Of New Millennium Fibres
Dyeing with herbs: Infusing medicine into textiles
A group of weavers in Kerala is charting a new chapter in sustainable textiles by making their own version of medicinal clothing using their traditional way.
Modification in Blow Room: Pull Room Concept
After the cotton fruit is plucked from plants, the fibres and the seeds undergo the ginning process. In the ginning machines, the main focus is to separate cotton fibres from seeds. But somehow, a few
Eco-Design: Focal Point of Sustainable Textiles
With rising awareness of slow fashion, sustainability, new-generation fibres, eco-friendly processing, sustainable packaging and assessment of product life cycles, S Aishwariya and S Greeshma discuss
Coffee Ground Fibre – A Most Worthwhile Fibre
Fabrics made from coffee ground fibre, seaweed, pineapple leaves or recycled plastic bottles are so important as they are the foundation of the fashion industry's greener future.
Eco - Friendly Dye from Industrial Waste
Environmental issues are becoming more crucial all over the world. Natural dyes due to their eco-friendly nature create superior value to the textile substrate.
Applications of Jute on its Overviews
Properties of jute - jute is one of the most versatile natural fibres. Jute fibre is 100% bio-degradable and recyclable and thus environmental friendly. It has high tensile strength, low
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