2 edition of Performance characteristics of a soil-release finish on polyester knit fabrics found in the catalog.
Performance characteristics of a soil-release finish on polyester knit fabrics
Anne Elaine Duncan
Written in English
|Statement||by Anne Elaine Duncan.|
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|Pagination||, 120 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||120|
Fabrics to be used as raincoats, umbrellas, and tarpaulins have to be treated with chemicals to give them a property which makes them water resistant. The finish is called waterproofing and it is a durable finish. Water repellant finish is different from the waterproof finish. It means water, if showered on the fabric briefly, cannot make the fabric :// Teflon™ Clean Products Offer Stain Release. Both Teflon™ Clean and Teflon™ Clean+ fabric protector work well for releasing ground-in stains. They're suitable for use on school uniforms, workwear, and home textiles. Most oil- and water-based stains disappear from fabrics protected with stain release during normal laundering or ://
Fabrics and fabric preparation. Eight fabrics composed of 65% polyester/35% cotton were selected for this study. Descriptions of the fabrics are provided in Table different types of finishes were applied to the fabrics—namely soil release finish, water resistant finish, Teflon ® finish (combined stain and water repellent finish) and a regular finish fabric (no treatment). Synthetics delivered greater comfort, soil release, broader aesthetic range, dyeing capabilities, abrasion resistance, colorfastness, and lower costs. The man-made fibers--and a steadily growing palette of synthetic additives--made it possible to add flame-retardancy, wrinkle and stain resistance, antimicrobial properties and a host of other
Different Types of Fabrics. When selecting fabric of your clothes, usually you just go with terms like cotton, wool, knit, polyester etc. As a layman, you may get confused on hearing more specific names like Dupioni silk, Jersey knit, Tweed wool, polyester taffeta etc. Discussions about different weights, feel, drape are all equally :// transmittance, hydrophilicity, knit structure, and the presence of a bio-finish influence the comfort characteristics of the knitted fabric . Moisture Management Finish
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Pavlidou, R. Paul, in Functional Finishes for Textiles, Soil release. Soil release is a chemical finish that permits relatively easy removal of soils with ordinary laundering (Shalini, n.d.).The soil releasability characteristics of a given textile depend on the kind of fibres from which it is made and the kind of finishing agent which has been applied to :// Performance characteristics of a soil-release finish on polyester knit fabrics on the soilrelease-\ud finished fabric.\ud There was a loss of durable press appearance due to the soilrelease\ud finish.\ud Residual shrinkage occurred through the entire 24 launderings with the exception of the white fabrics (warp knit construction) in the\ud No, polyester is both the name of the type of fiber and the polymer that this fiber is composed of, knit is a way fabric is made (e.g.
polyester knit, wool knit, cotton knit) by interlocking loops Textile - Textile - Finishes improving performance: The performance of fabrics in use has been greatly improved by the development of processes to control shrinkage, new resin finishes, and new heat-sensitive synthetic fibres.
Shrinkage control processes are applied by compressive shrinkage, resin treatment, or heat-setting. Compressive, or relaxation, shrinkage is applied to cotton and to Moisture management is the controlled movement of liquid (perspiration) from the skin surface to the environment through the fabric (Chinta & Gujar, ).It is an important factor in optimizing comfort and maximizing performance (Performance Apparel Markets, ).Transfer of perspiration from the skin to the atmosphere regulates the body temperature and maintains heat balance (Performance Performance Piqué is a % polyester knit fabric with a diamond-like knit structure, printed using ecologically-safe transfer sublimation inks that provide vibrant color and strong wash durability.
Comfortable and lightweight with a delicate drape, Performance Pique is perfect for athletic and non-athletic apparel :// Soil release finishes 1. Recent work has shown that soil release caneven be incorporated into yarn finishes 2.
Of these mechanisms, solubilisation and emulsification of soils are controlled by detergent composition, hydrodynamic flow is controlled by washing machine design and fibre flexing is controlled by fabric construction. The textile chemist can only influence the mechanisms that The Challenge – Our client applied their patented gel to a stretch UBL fabric worn as a prosthetic sock.
The bond between the UBL and gel was not adequate, causing instability between the sock and the prosthesis. The Action – Working with the client we experimented with stretch UBLs that had a higher loft on the back side of the fabric.
The Solution – We developed a stretch UBL that is friendly fabrics include recycled polyester; fancy fabrics with patterns, designs and finishes, laser or etched burnt out, 3D knits, honey comb patterns and work wear and protective wear fabrics include durable rugged finish, cut resistant, flame retardant, resistance to abrasion, reflective facings, etc.
Figure 1 illustrates the type of 3 Fabric properties and their characteristics. Performance Fabrics Fabrics are constantly advancing just as quickly as technology does.
That being said, Performance & Tech Fabrics are a collaboration of textiles and advanced traits bettering the living and working conditions of those who inhabit :// With an easy-to-care-for blend and a soil-release finish this comfortable polo is a real valueounce 50/50 cotton/poly Made with up to 5% recycled polyester from plastic bottles Soil-release finish 1x1 rib knit collar and cuffs 3-button placket with dyed-to-match buttons Double-needle hemDue to the nature of 50/50 cotton/polyester neon fabrics special care must be taken throughout the › Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry › Men › Clothing › Shirts › Polos.
Soil Release Finish - A finish that has the purpose of increasing the absorbency of a fabric. on durable press blends.
on durable press blends. The finish allows the stain to leave the fabric faster, increases the wicking action for improved comfort, and therefore imparts greater ease in :// Soil Release Finish - A finish that has the purpose of increasing the absorbency of a fabric.
on durable press blends. on durable press blends. The finish allows the stain to leave the fabric faster, increases the wicking action for improved comfort, and therefore imparts greater ease in Plus it has a stain-release finish so it's perfect for food service uniforming.
ounce % polyester Flat knit collar and cuffs 4-button elongated placket with dyed-to-match buttons Side seam panels Side vents Due to the nature of % polyester performance fabrics special care A book which lies between these two extremes would be of value to those with an intermediate understanding of the physical sciences.
Thus this book dis cusses textile fibers, dyes, finishes, and processes using this intermediate ap proach, presenting in a concise manner the underlying principles of textile chem istry, physics, and ~lu/ Vertical and horizontal yarns interlace to form a woven fabric.
These types of fabrics are great for sewing beginners because they are crisper and holds in place. Knitted Fabric. Yarns create interlocking loops to form a knitted fabric.
A knit fabric makes comfy clothes to wear but being stretchy, makes it The top pesticides used in textile fiber manufacturing are known to be cancer causing. When synthetic fabrics degrade in the soil they release very harmful chemicals. Some of the textiles can cause severe allergies in humans and cause irritation of the skin.
This may prove detrimental to the health of babies and the :// A method of making fabrics having first and second surfaces that exhibit different performance characteristics by virtue of having been treated with different chemical treatments is described. In addition, fabrics having first and second surfaces that exhibit different performance characteristics, such as one surface exhibiting oil and water repellency and optionally, soil release Performance Piqué - 56 in ( cm) wide Perfect for car headliners, yoga tops, polo shirts, sportswear, headbands, and scarves % polyester piqué knit fabric with a moisture-wicking, soil release finish; oz per square yard ( gsm) Estimated shrinkage: % in length and % in width; Minky - Special finishes are done on textile materials to enable it to use for special purposes such as the finishing of fabrics with flame retardants can reduce the tendency to burn or reduce the tendency to propagate the flame.
Laminating is the permanent joining of two or more prefabricated ://. KIM, C. J. and Kim, S. Performance characterization of a polyester microdenier fiber knit fabric. Textile Chemist and Colorist, 30(8), 44 (Abstract). LI, B. Effects of selected chemical finishes on fabric hand and fabric performance characteristics of a microfiber polyester teflon soil-release/repellent #35 duck.
heavyweight stiff hand uses: pants, awnings #36 Surah. % silk 80% cotton 20% polyester spun single filling knit w/ miss/float stitches yarn dyed #77jacquard jersey. can resemble woven fabrics uses: sweaters, apparel #85 Pique knit. 80% polyester 20% cotton spun1 day ago Textile - Textile - Production of fabric: Fabric construction involves the conversion of yarns, and sometimes fibres, into a fabric having characteristics determined by the materials and methods employed.
Most fabrics are presently produced by some method of interlacing, such as weaving or knitting. Weaving, currently the major method of fabric production, includes the basic weaves, plain or