Environmentally Friendly Yarn Dyeing: False Twisting of a Staple Yarn in a Potential Dyeing Process

C. Cork, P. W. Foster, David Oulton

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    Abstract

    An environmentally friendly method of continuous dyeing of filament polyester yarn based on the Fibre M bulk texturing system is described. Modifications of this technology using false twist insertion are then presented that are intended to facilitate the processing of staple yarns and modest running times are demonstrated..
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherUniversity of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology
    Publication statusPublished - 1997

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