Internationally agreed methods for testing nylon filament yarns

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BISFA , Basle, Switzerland
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StatementInternational Bureau for the Standardisation of Man-Made Fibres.
ContributionsInternational Bureau for the Standardisation of Man-Made Fibres.
LC ClassificationsTS1548.7.P57 I59 1981
The Physical Object
Pagination78 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3125409M
LC Control Number82237220

As new fibre products appear, BISFA endeavours to establish new rules and methodologies. The details of the test methods used are given in BISFA testing methods booklets.

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The testing methods booklets are available as a printed version or in Adobe Acrobat PDF-file. Orders of a printed or PDF version are welcome. Internationally agreed methods for testing viscose, modal, cupro, lyocell, acetate and triacetate staple fibres and tows ( Edition) DOWNLOAD THE TABLE OF CONTENTS Testing methods for viscose, cupro, acetate, triacetate and lyocell filament yarns ( Edition).

BISFA: Internationally agreed methods for testing viscose, cupro, acetate and triacetate filament yarns. Basel (Schweiz): 80 S., broschCited by: 7. Yarn manufacturing process for filament yarn: The filament yarn mean synthetic continuous filament yarn suitable for clothing purpose, like polyester, nylon, acrylics, etc.

generally man made fibre in its liquid or molten state is forced through the holes of a spinneret and emerges as a long, smooth, rod-like filament.

Yarn numbering system: ­Yam numbering is a numerical. 1 lesson 14 testing of textile fibres and yarns structure objectives introduction conditioning and sampling tests on fibres length distribution of cotton fibres fineness of fibres longitudinal sections and cross sections of fibres moisture regain of fibres testing of yarns measurement of linear density and count.

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Rev. 1, The environmental burden of the product has been calculated according to the general rules of the EPD (Environmental Product Declaration) International Programme and PCR & (Textile yarn and thread of natural fibres, man- made filaments or staple fibres).File Size: KB.

The huge variety of filament yarns available on the market requires a correspondingly wide range of testing methods and equipment – both in industrial quality control as well as in research and development.

In many fields, TEXTECHNO was the first to develop and produce testers dedicated to the special needs of those products. The process for manufacturing the yarns includes spinning nylon polymer with a relative viscosity.

Nylon is a thermoplastic silky material, Nylon was the first commercially successful polymer and the first synthetic fiber to be made entirely from coal, water, and air.

Nylon is bifurcated in to Nylon 6 & Nylon -Filament yarns can be tightly twisted to produce special effects, such as crepe. -Filament yarns are finer and more uniform in diameter and, thus, are better for items where smoothness and luster are desired.

Satin is an example of a filament yarn fabric. Also used in linings and outer shell of ski jackets. Hsc Textiles & Design Multiple Choice Questions. Plain weave, monofilament nylon. Twill weave, multifilament polyester. Internationally agreed methods for testing nylon filament yarns book weft knit, staple spun polyester.

A plain-weave fabric made from a filament yarn offering breathability, water resistance and ultraviolet protection would suit which of the following textile car /5. Standard Test Methods for Tire Cords, Tire Cord Fabrics, and Industrial Filament Yarns Made from Manufactured Organic-Base Fibers D - 04() Standard Test Method for Adhesion Between Tire Bead Wire and Rubber.

Finally, after post-treatment with ammonia, silver nanoparticles were deposited on the surface of nylon. The complete process is demonstrated in Fig. l Microscopy (OM) characterization confirmed that the coating consisted of of-of Ag nanoparticles deposited on the surface each filament of the Nylon yarn, Fig.

conductive Nylon/Ag fiber was 50 cm in length, Author: Yumna Qureshi, Mostapha Tarfaoui, Mostapha Tarfaoui, Khalil K. Lafdi, Khalid Lafdi. Acceptance Testing— Option A1 of Test Method D is considered satisfactory for acceptance testing of commercial shipments because the test method has been used extensively in the trade for acceptance testing.

However, this statement is not applicable to knot and loop breaking force tests, tests on wet specimens, tests on oven-dried specimens, or tests. GB/T Testing method for linear density of man-made filament yarns. GB/T, GBT, GBT (GB ). Industry: National Standard (Recom Powered by Google-Search & Google-Books Chinese Standards Shop Database.

ties of textured yarns are covered in Test Method D This test method shows the values in both SI and inch-pound units. “SI” units is the technically correct name for the system of metric units known as the International System of Units.

“Inch-pound” units is the technically correct name for the customary units used in the United Size: 48KB. The law is not the appropriate test method applies when agreed upon by the parties.

This standard applies to the linear density of less than dtex chemical fiber filament. This standard does not apply to POY.

GB/T Testing method for thermal shrinkage of man-made filament yarns ICS W A process for manufacturing continuous polyester filament yarn for technical applications from a polymer over 90% of the chains of which are composed of-ethylene terephthalate units, via a one-step spinning process, with the undrawn filaments having a crystallinity smaller than 16% and the yarn being wound at a rate larger than m/ by: 6.

The test methods apply to nylon, polyester, rayon, and aramid yarns and tire cords twisted from such yarns and to fabrics made from such cords. The yarn or cord may be wound on cones, tubes, bobbins, spools, or beams; may be woven into fabric; or may be in some other Size: KB.

NYLON YARN. Important properties of Nylon yarns are outstanding tensile strength and a low shrinkage under heated conditions, as well as high elasticity. We offer Nylon 6, but also Nylon 66 as flat yarn (FDY/FOY), POY and textured yarns.

Summary: This standard specifies the bulk sample extracted from the entire batch of chemical fiber filament, methods for laboratory samples and specimens.

This standard applies to polyester (PET), polyamide (nylon), polypropylene (PP), cellulose fiber, chemical fiber filament sample. GB/T Sampling method of man-made filament yarns.

These test methods cover the testing of industrial filament yarns made wholly of manufactured organic-base fibers, cords twisted from such yarns, fabrics woven from such cords, and products that are made specifically for use in the manufacture of pneumatic tires. They may be applied to similar yarns and cords used for reinforcing other rubber goods and for other.

FZ/T nylon filament yarn dyeing uniformity test method 3 Terms and Definitions GB/TGB/T and GB/T and define the following terms and definitions apply to. This standard applies to nylon filament, polyester filament, viscose filament, cotton yarn, blended yarn wound around the entire sub-sub-warping high-precision axis warping machine.

GB/T Textile machinery. High precision sectional warping machine ICS W94 National Standards of People's Republic of China. DThese values are the official commercial moisture regains listed in British Standards Handb Methods of Test for Textiles, Section 1, E Amoisture content of %, which is equal to a moisture regain of %, has been recommended for all wool yarns in Practice D 1.

Scope. This test method covers the measurement of tensile properties of natural and man-made single textile fibers of sufficient length to permit mounting test specimens in a tensile testing machine.

Fully automated measurement of denier/dtex and evenness of filament yarn especially designed for production control Expert system for most efficient use in production control In combination with DTI covering the most crucial properties of filament yarn.

Nylon is a generic designation for a family of synthetic polymers, based on aliphatic or semi-aromatic is a thermoplastic silky material that can be melt-processed into fibers, films, or shapes.: 2 It is made of repeating units linked by amide links similar to the peptide bonds in polymers can be mixed with a wide variety of additives to achieve.

Both filament yarns and spun yarns can be made, as with PET. • Tenacity. The tenacity at break (32–36 cN tex −1) is higher than for natural fibers although, of course, it can be varied according to the degree of drawing that is applied to the undrawn yarn. It is relatively unaffected by changes in humidity at ambient temperature, though Cited by: 2.

1 This test method is under the jurisdiction of ASTM Committee D13 on Textiles and is the direct responsibility of Subcommittee D on Yarn Test Methods, General. Current edition approved Sept.

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10, Published November Originally published as D – 66 T. Last previous edition D – 2 Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Vol File Size: 56KB. The test methods apply to nylon, polyester, and rayon yarns and tire cords twisted from such yarns and to fabrics made from such cords.

The yarn or cord may be wound on cones, tubes, bobbins, spools, or beams; may be woven into fabric; or may be in some other form. Metallic yarns or threads such as gold and silver have been used since ancient times as decoration in the clothing and textiles of kings, leaders, nobility and people of status.

Many of these elegant textiles can be found in museums around the world. Metallic fibres were the first artificial fibres, created thousands of years before nylon or rayon.

Recently I performed tensile test on Ring Yarns made of Polyester for different gauge lengths(25, 50 & 75 mm) at rate of 10 mm/sec to determine the breaking load. The average graphs of all the.Manmade filament yarns.

Determination of shrinkage in boiling water BS EN Textiles. Para-aramid multifilament yarns. Test methods BS Methods for determination of crimp rigidity of textured nylon yarns.