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Comparison of Woven Fabrics’ Properties from Traditional and Compact Ring-Spun Yarns after Dyeing Processes

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In this study, plain fabrics were produced via using both 100 % cotton, compact and conventional ring spun yarns in two different yarn counts and two different yarn twists. The purpose of the study was to examine the effect of different pre-treatment processes such as singeing, mercerisation and reactive dyeing on tensile strength, pilling tendency, air permeability, colour efficiency and rubbing fastness properties of plain fabrics, produced with compact and conventional ring spun yarns. In order to determine the effect of singeing process on the properties of the fabrics produced with compact and conventional ring spun yarns, fabrics were divided into two groups and then the properties of the fabrics were measured after bleaching, reactive dyeing and mercerisation + reactive dyeing processes.

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ring-spun yarn, compact yarn, dyeing process, woven fabrics

Published in issue no 1 (60) / 2007, pages 86–90.

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