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EliTe® CompactSet Processing Synthetic Fibres
It is therefore unavoidable to compensate the expanding demand for fibres by the growing world population and the additionally rising per capita consumption in many newly industrializing countries by
Natural Yet Unsustainable!
Edward Menezes suggests a judicious approach towards advocating any specific type of colourant as natural dyes also have their disadvantages. Looking good and feeling nice is a basic need for the
Sustainable sisal staging comeback in new avatar
The drought-resilient sisal fibre grows well all year round in hot climate and arid regions which are often unsuitable for other crops. It is resilient to disease and its input requirement is low
Tissue Engineering: An Emerging Area for Textiles as Biomaterials
Tissue engineering is a scientific field that refers to the practice of combining scaffolds, cells and biologically active molecules to form functional tissues. The knowledge from this area can be
Examining the Effect of Natural and Synthetic UV Absorbers
Article on Examining the Effect of Natural Absorbers and Synthetic UV Absorbers on the UV Protective Properties of Cotton by Neha Singh, Suman Pant, Pankaj Gill & M.S. Parmard. Learn about UV
Artificial Turf the New Face of Sports Textiles
Artificial Turf an Exciting Sports Textiles Future: Artificial turf is also known as Synthetic Turf manufactured from synthetic fibers and it is use for stadium surfaces for playing sports. Synthetic
Geotechnical and geo synthetic textiles surging ahead in India
Manufacture of geotextiles started in India in 1985-86. Munish Tyagi takes an informed look at the road travelled since then.
Natural & Synthetic Auxiliaries for Textile Processing
Natural Auxiliaries and Synthetic Auxiliaries for Textile Processing. Textile Auxiliaries, Natural Textile Auxiliaries, Synthetic Textile Auxiliaries are to facilitate a textile process to increase
Technical assessment of jute geotextiles for civil engineering applications
Jute Geotextiles (JGT) has emerged as a strong alternative to Synthetic Geotextiles for many Civil Engineering Applications. Synthetic Geotextiles being made from non-biodegradable polymer based
AirDye® Technology: Coloring Textiles without the Use of Water
Article By New Cloth Market, Airdye Technology - Coloring Textiles Without The Use Of Water, Conventional Dyeing, Such As Vat Dyeing Or Cationic Dyeing, Can Produce Visually Acceptable Results,
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