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Title: Effect of Resin Finishing on the Properties of Ring and Rotor Yarn Fabrics
Authors: Hari, P K
Balasubramanian, P
Sengupta, A K
Chavan, R B
Issue Date: Dec-1984
Publisher: NISCAIR-CSIR, India
Abstract: Sheeting and drill fabrics were woven from 14 Ne ring and rotor-spun yarns prepared from the same mixing. The fabrics were desized, scoured, bleached and mercerized and given pad-dry cure resin treatment before and after mercerization in a mill. Resin finishing did not improve the crease recovery of the fabrics to a satisfactory level, and resulted in lower strength loss for rotor yarn fabrics than for ring fabrics. Mercerization improved the tear strength of rotor yarn fabrics to a greater extent than that of ring fabrics. The abrasion resistance of the fabrics was reduced by resin finishing but rotor yarn fabrics maintained their superiority over the ring fabrics. Rotor yarn had lower strength than ring yarn, but in plain weave construction there was little difference in the strengths of desized, scoured and bleached fabrics made from ring and rotor yarns. Only for plain weave, after resin finishing the strength of rotor yarn fabric was greater than that of ring yarn fabric.
Page(s): 130-134
ISSN: 0975-1025 (Online); 0971-0426 (Print)
Appears in Collections:IJFTR Vol.09(4) [December 1984]

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