By Mason Brown (Ed.)
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A method of taking representa• cordon yarn tive samples from bales or a two-ply union yarn made packs of textile fibres obtained from a single cotton yarn and a I by inserting a coring tube single worsted or woollen yarn. I driven by hand or machine into each package. • cordura brand I 1. core samples can be used for a Du Pont brand of air textured I the determination of yield or nylon yarn used in luggage and fineness, but not fibre length. outerwear. 2. ================~ is applied to small-scale sam- ~ duced to give strength and elaspiing.
The ; same term is sometimes used : loosely to describe propaneI : soluble (acetone-soluble) celluI lose acetate. • cavalry twill a sturdy woven fabric with a steep pronounced double twill line. Often of cotton or wool but may be any fibre. It is a strong rugged cloth, quite elastic, smoother in rib, feels and effect and made of worsted yarn and I • cellulose ethanoate (aca firmer weave. It also re- ~ etate) sembles tricotine but tricotine ~ an ester formed from celluis much fmer with a double di- : lose and ethanoic acid (acetic agonal.
The moisture present in tex- ; is wound, 2. a conical package tile fibres in their raw or partly : of yarn wound on a conical supor wholly manufactured form, :I port. 2. to allow textile materials ~ • conditioning (raw materiaL slivers, yarns, and fabrics) to ~ome to hygro- ~ the act of exposing bobbins of scopic equilibrium with the sur- ; filling yarn to steam or to a rounding atmosphere or with ~ spray of conditioning solution T~tile=========== II 52 cune I conJ1erSion (tow) II ================* in order to set the twist, to remove kinks from the yarn, and to prevent its kinking in subsequent processes.
A Comprehensive Dictionary of Textile by Mason Brown (Ed.)