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India is doing well at the world platform in exports and businesses and is trying hard to grow continuously, especially in Textile and Apparel exports. India has been ranked as the 58th most competitive economy in the World Economic Forum’s global competitiveness index for 2018. India Improved it’s Rank by a whopping 23 positions and […]

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Cotton fibre, the purest form of cellulose found in nature is the seed hair of the plants of the genus Gossypium. It is classified as a natural, cellulosic, mono-cellular, staple fibre. Cotton has been cultivated for more than 5000 years. Archeologists found that it was grown and used for textile purposes in the Indus Valley […]

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Special Characteristic of Bamboo Fibre Anti-Bacterial Function The content of bamboo fibre in blended yarns influences the antibacterial behavior of the final product. The higher the bamboo content the better the anti-bacterial properties. It is suggested to maintain 70% bamboo fibre in blended yarn to reach a satisfying anti-bacteria effect. The natural functions of anti-bacterial, […]

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Fibre structure is the main aspect which directly affects the majority of fibre properties. Textile fibre is the smallest visible unit in any textile material. An essential characteristic of fiber is its high ratio of length to diameter; the shape. The constituted material alone does not define that it is a textile fibre. Because materials […]

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Acrylic fibre is thermoplastic (heat sensitive) fibre similar to polyester and nylon but is even more heat sensitive. Acrylic, because of its heat sensitivity, can be closely made to resemble wool, due to its high bulking power. In manufacture, stretched high shrinking fibres are blended in a yarn with un-stretched low shrinkage fibres. When the […]

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History of Acetate Fibre Cellulose acetate or acetate fibre (1924) is one of the earliest synthetic fibres and is based on cotton or tree pulp cellulose (“biopolymers”). These “cellulosic fibres” have passed their peak as cheap petrol-based fibres (nylon and polyester) and have displaced regenerated pulp fibre. It was invented by two Swiss brothers, Doctors […]

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1. Alpaca Fibre The alpaca fibre is shorn from the alpaca animal once every two years. The fibres are very soft, fine and lustrous. The alpaca members of the camel family are domesticated animals of South America, in the Andes Mountain regions of Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Argentina. The natural range of fibre shades are […]

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Why Texturizing is Done? The continuous filament yarns are very smooth and do not have any air pockets due to which the apparels manufactured from such filaments feels uncomfortable. In texturising these filaments are made bulkier and crimped by inserting the crimps in the continuous filament yarn. Due to this air pockets are formed due […]

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Introduction to Thermal Insulation Thermal insulation property of fabric is defined as its ability to resist the transmission of heat by all modes. It is also defined as the effectiveness of a fabric in maintaining the normal temperature of the human body under equilibrium conditions. The principal function of textile fabric in a clothing assembly […]

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