Comparative Analysis of Fabrics Made from Eli-Twist and Other Doubled Yarns
|International Journal of Polymer and Textile Engineering|
|© 2020 by SSRG - IJPTE Journal|
|Volume 7 Issue 2|
|Year of Publication : 2020|
|Authors : Saatish Lavate, Aadhar Mandot, P.V. Kadole|
Saatish Lavate, Aadhar Mandot, P.V. Kadole, "Comparative Analysis of Fabrics Made from Eli-Twist and Other Doubled Yarns" SSRG International Journal of Polymer and Textile Engineering 7.2 (2020): 14-17.
Saatish Lavate, Aadhar Mandot, P.V. Kadole, (2020). Comparative Analysis of Fabrics Made from Eli-Twist and Other Doubled Yarns. SSRG International Journal of Polymer and Textile Engineering 7(2), 14-17.
In today’s competitive world, dimensioned product quality at competitive price is of utmost importance and weavers are not an exception from this. The yarn quality plays a crucial role in fabric forming departments of new high speed weaving technologies in terms of machine performance and fabric quality. The conventional spinning technology delivers the yarn with higher irregularity and more hairiness resulting in loss of productivity and deterioration in quality in subsequent processes. Many modifications have taken place in Ring spinning technology such as condensed spinning, value adding attachments and EliTwist
EliTwist produces a two-ply yarn with identical direction of twist in both yarn legs as well as the final yarn. It has all the advantages of condensed spinning and yarn doubling during spinning and weaving. But, the acceptance in the spinning industry is not in proportion to the advantages offered by this technology.
In the present study, fabric samples were produced by using double yarns manufactured by three different methods like viz: (i) combed compact double yarn, (ii) regular combed doubled yarn and (iii) EliTwist yarns. The yarn and fabric properties of samples made by these three technologies are compared. The EliTwist yarn shows better characteristics compared to the fabrics made by combed compact doubled and combed doubled yarns.
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