Compare the Tensile Strength of Ring Spun and Rotor Spun yarns having same Count.
In this experiment different properties of ring and rotor spun yarns were compared. The properties studied are breaking work, breaking force, tenacity and elongation of ring and rotor yarns. The yarns used for this experiment both have 20s count. The results showed that the ring spun yarns have good properties then the rotor spun yarns.
To Compare the tensile strength of 100 % pure cotton and its blends, also calculating their CLSP values.
This experiment is done to see how same count of different types of yarns has different strength and CLSP. We will also see the factors on which tensile strength of a product depends upon and when to use which yarns for different applications.
Determination of Tenacity and Percentage Elongation of Single Cotton Yarns
The tensile testing of single yarns is very important in the textile industry, as yarn coming from the spinning process has to pass through a large amount of loading, unloading, tension and tension-less mechanisms until the final product is made. Hence a yarn with good tensile strength or tenacity can bear all the forces during the textile manufacturing process and our final product will be of good quality.
Compare the tensile strength of dry and wet cotton yarns by lea method and calculate their CLSP.
The strength along the length of a body is known as its tensile strength also called linear strength of that body. In the textile fibers or yarns only tensile strength is calculated due to high length to width ratio of the textile materials. The tensile strength values of the dry and wet cotton yarns varies very much from each other. The strength of wet cotton yarns is greater than that of dry cotton yarns. This is due to the formation of hydrogen bonds between the water molecules and the hydroxyl groups in the cellulosic rings of the cotton fibers in the wet state. There is one phenomenon known to stand that when the cotton gets wet its crystalline region increases hence the strength of the fibrous structure increases.
Polycarbonate Polymers: History, Synthesis, Properties, Pros and Cones, and Applications
Polycarbonate polymers (PC) have carbonate groups in their chemical structures. They are basically a type if thermoplastic polymers. These polymers are strong and tough materials and are easily thermoformed and molded, so they have a wide use in engineering applications. They are also widely used in many other wide range applications i.e. electronic, data storage, construction, aircraft etc.
What are the best sustainable textile options?
Nature offers us a lot of fibers that are highly sustainable; these fibers which are found in plant leaves, fruits, seed covers, and stalk can be used in the manufacturing of sustainable textile products. Fibers from these plants can be considered to be totally renewable and biodegradable.
How to remove stains from fabric, clothes and textile products?
During our everyday life many types of stains are formed on our clothes which are very annoying and sometimes make our new clothes look old and dirty. And lastly, we tend to ignore those clothes and end up throwing them. So here are some methods, if we follow them, we can save our precious clothes.
Sanforizing Machine and Process
Sanforizing process moves the yarns closer together and the fabric becomes thicker and heavier. As a result of this, the net yardage yield is reduced. Sanforized is now used for a fabric which has low residual shrinkage and sanforization is a process for shrink-proofing fabrics.
Why do fabrics shrink? Shrinkage in Fabrics!
During the manufacturing process of fabric or we call it fabric processing, fabric comes in lot of tension and stretches when it moves from one machine to another which causes stretching in fabric structure and when this tension is removed, and fabric is relaxed it tends to get back in its original structure causing shrinkage.
What is Sanforization or Sanforizing of Fabrics?
Sanforizing or Sanforization is the process of pre-shrinking fabric, which is a controlled compressive shrinkage process, which is applied on woven fabric to achieve shrinkage before making the garments. The process of sanforizing limits the post-wash fabric shrinkage to less than 1%.