2 edition of New techniques in wet-processing of textiles, with emphasis on cotton found in the catalog.
New techniques in wet-processing of textiles, with emphasis on cotton
Expert Group Meeting on New Techniques in Wet-processing of Textiles Manchester, Eng. 1975.
|Series||[Document] - United Nations ; ID/166, ID/WG.205/14|
|Contributions||United Nations Industrial Development Organization.|
|LC Classifications||JX1977 .A2 ID/166, ID/WG.205/14|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 48 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||77361528|
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David Drew-Smythe & Marcel Boschi, Febru (Update, Septem by Marcel BOSCHI & John F. TAYLOR) CHAPTER 1. Introduction. T his book tells the story of the growth of a great engineering enterprise and is published to mark the end of the third of three periods in the history of Mather & Platt Limited each of approximately fifty years. New sections on genetically modified cotton, anti-microbial materials and spider silk have been added as well as a new chapter covering functional fibres and fabrics. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the various types of textile fibres that are available today, ranging from natural fibres to the high-performance fibres that are.
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Green chemistry in the wet processing of textiles 9 Sustainable improvements of wet processing Attempts have been made to reduce the energy, chemicals, and water consumption. Textile wet processing. Textile wet processing is the process that use in any finishing treatment.
Where, this process is applied on textile in form of liquid with involves some for chemical action on the textile. Examples: bleaching, printing, dyeing and printing. Figure 1: Textile wet processing flowchart. Wet processing is one of the most important part of textile processing.
This process is applied on textile in form of liquid with involves some for chemical action on the textile. Bleaching, dyeing, printing etc. are the parts of wet processing.
This article has presented the process sequence of. Textile wet processing generates wastewater with a large amount of spent dyes and chemicals which may have negative impacts on the aquatic environment and life (Arora, ) (Holkar et al., a. In this article I will discuss on preparation process of cotton for dyeing.
Preparation of Cotton Materials for Wet Processing: Cotton is mostly processed in fabric form and rarely in fiber form. Some quantities of cotton material are prepared and dyed in yarn form. The different stages for processing of cotton fabrics are shown in Figure Textile wet processing is an important with emphasis on cotton book in textile production as it adds maximum value to the textiles by improving its aesthetics, comfort and functional properties.
However, as the name indicates, a large amount of water is used as the medium which during the processing operations gets contaminated with unfixed dyes, chemicals and Cited by: 5.
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Degumming of Raw Silk Degumming is at the heart of wet processing of raw silk. The main purpose of thedegumming process are to remove the Sericin from the fibre, to remove some impurities (, fats, mineral salts) affecting both the dyeing and printing processes, to make the fibrehighly absorbent for dyes and chemicals and to reveal the.
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The second part the book provides innovative fabrication strategies, unique methodologies and.Computer aided testing equipment in wet processing: It is the engineering application of computers for the inspection of quality of the products.
While designing a textile product, the requirements must be defined followed by development process and acceptance testing.Functions of important process of wet processing of cotton goods are briefly described below: Inspection: Neps, warp end breakage, weft end breakage, hole spot remove.
Stitching: Smaller length of fabric becomes larger length of fabric. Singeing: Projecting or floating fiber remove. Desizing: Size material remove. Scouring: Using alkali (NaOH, Sodium carbonate) for increasing absorbency of fabric.