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Fabrics produced from polyolefin tape yarns.

British Standards Institution.

Fabrics produced from polyolefin tape yarns.

by British Standards Institution.

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Published by B.S.I. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesBS 4859 : 1989
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15071227M
ISBN 100580176363
OCLC/WorldCa655881255

Madiera Fabric is a beautiful indoor/outdoor fabric from the Geobella ® Stock Line Collection by Phifer. This retro fabric features a geometric-inspired damask pattern in a neutral color palette. Geobella fabric is an earth-friendly fabric made of % solution-dyed olefin yarns and . Find the latest Apparel and Fashion fabrics at Enjoy Free Shipping on domestic orders $49+ and Free Returns! Shop Satin, Knit, Silk and Cotton fabrics.

A term applied to a yarn or a fabric that is made up of more than one fiber. In blended yarns, two or more different types of staple fibers are twisted or spun together to form the yarn. Polyester/cotton is an example of a typical blended yarn or fabric. Olefin; Olefin is a trademarked name for fabrics made with synthetic polypropylene and. A fabric made from the bark of the paper mulberry tree. Tape yarn. A pure cotton yarn used to create a narrow, woven fabric. The yarn is wide and flat like a ribbon. It is a soft with an airy texture and ideal for warmer temperatures. It is used for crafting. Tapestry. A heavy textile with a woven is usually hung on walls as a.

Tape yarns. Inexpensive Produced from extruded polymer films Olefin. Olefin. Polypropylene. Bulk yarns/textured yarns. Yarn that has been processed to have greater covering power or apparent volume Continuous filament yarn whose straight fibers have been crimped, curled, looped or coiled and heat set (thermoplastic fibers) also called.   Composite polyolefin yarns formed by a polypropylene or high-density polyethylene core or center ply coated with at least one layer of a thermoplastic material such as a foamed resin, which serves to deluster and to reduce the slippage properties of the resultant yarn, and also to impart other characteristics thereto which improve the dye-ability and bondability of fabrics woven from the yarn.


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Fabrics produced from polyolefin tape yarns by British Standards Institution. Download PDF EPUB FB2

It is not normally applicable to woven elastic fabrics, geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile-glass woven fabrics and fabrics made from carbon fibres or polyolefin tape yarns (see annex B).The sewn fabrics may be obtained from previously sewn articles or may be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by the parties interested in the Author: ISO TC 38/SC Provides methods of test for fabrics produced from polyolefin tape yarns.

Includes definitions, atmosphere for conditioning and testing, properties to be tested in accordance with existing British Standards, determination of heat shrinkage using hot air, determination of heat shrinkage using an oil bath, determination of friction coefficient using a roller, determination of friction.

BS Methods of test for polyolefin tape yarns BS Effect of dry heat on fabrics under low pressure. Method for determination of dimensional change in fabrics exposed to dry heat.

BS Effect of dry heat on fabrics under low pressure. Method for dry heat treatment of fabrics. BS Methods for test for fabrics produced from polyolefin tape yarns ; BS Methods of test for polyolefin tape yarns ; BS EN ISO Textiles. Fabrics produced from polyolefin tape yarns.

book Bursting properties of fabrics. Pneumatic method for determination of bursting strength and bursting distension. It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile-glass woven fabrics and fabrics made from carbon fibres or polyolefin tape yarns.

The sewn fabrics may be obtained from previously sewn articles or may be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by. It can be applicable to fabrics produced by other techniques. It is not normally applicable to woven elastic fabrics, geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile-glass woven fabrics and fabrics made from carbon fibres or polyolefin tape yarns (see annex C).The method specifies the determination of the maximum force and elongation at maximum Author: ISO TC 38/SC It can be applicable to fabrics produced by other techniques.

It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile-glass woven fabrics, and fabrics made from carbon fibres or polyolefin tape yarns (see Bibliography).

The invention is directed to monoaxially drawn polyolefin multilayer film, tape or yarn of the AB or ABA type, having a stretch ratio of more t having an E-modulus of at least 10 GPa, substantially consisting of a central layer (B) of a polyolefin selected from polyethylene and polypropylene, and one or two other layers (A) of a polyole fin from the same class as the material of the.

Plain weave derivatives are produced by the use of groups of yarns such as in basket weave, or by alternating fine and coarse yarns to make ribbed and corded fabrics such as piqué. The second primary weave, twill, shows a diagonal design made by causing weft threads to interlace two to four warp threads (e.g., 2-up/1-down, jeans and drills.

Polypropylene fabric is a nonwoven textile, which means that it is made directly from a material without any need for spinning of weaving. The main benefit of polypropylene as a fabric is its moisture transfer abilities; this textile cannot absorb any moisture, and instead, moisture passes through polypropylene fabric.

As highlighted in Chapter 1, the most important polyolefin fibres in a commercial context are polypropylene (PP) fibres and, to a lesser extent, polyethylene (PE) chapter, therefore, very largely focuses on these two types of fibre.

Other polyolefin fibres which have been produced include poly(1-butene), poly(3-methylbutene), and poly(4-methylpentene) fibres. It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile-glass woven fabrics and fabrics made from carbon fibres or polyolefin tape yarns (see Bibliography).

The sewn fabrics may be obtained from previously sewn articles or may be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by the parties interested in the results. Polyolefin Fibers. Polyolefin fibers are those fibers produced from polymers formed by chain-growth polymerization of olefins (alkenes) and which contain greater than 85% polymerized ethylene, propylene, or other olefin units.

It is an elastomeric man-made fiber (able to stretch at least % and snap back like natural rubber). Spandex is used in filament form. POLYOLEFIN/POLYPROP-YLENE: The first commercial production of an olefin fiber manufactured in the U.S. was by Hercules Incorporated. Inpolyolefin was the world’s first and only Nobel-Prize.

From burlap to muslin, canvas, & more, JOANN has a huge variety of utility fabric available by the yard. Shop these strong fabrics today for your next project. Tape yarns with a width of 22 mm on average were produced. Count, width, thickness, elongation and tensile strength of the tape yarns used to produce the rope were tested.

Sunbrella is here for you. We value making fabrics with complete performance that stand up to everyday life. That’s why Sunbrella is confident in standing behind every fabric with a 5-year limited warranty for upholstery fabrics, and a year limited warranty for shade and marine fabrics.

Sunbrella fabrics promise quality, comfort and peace of mind – and our customer care team is no. Created in the 's, Olefin (Polypropylene and Polyethylene are types) is a man made fiber that is created from plastic pellets that are melted, and then forced through a spinneret, which resembles a showerhead, creating the fiber, which is then spun into yarn and woven into fabric.

The material was fine to work with and sew. Not having to hem was a major plus. However, after 3 short weeks, the material faded and became brittle. A light breeze actually tore the fabric. We left it up while I waited on the new fabric to come and it literally fell apart, leaving pieces of fabric.

It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile-glass woven fabrics, and fabrics made from carbon fibres or polyolefin tape yarns. The method specifies the determination of the maximum force of test specimens in equilibrium with the standard atmosphere for testing and of test specimens in the wet state.

Join the Business Program Get 10% off Every Day and so much more!Geobella fabric is an earth-friendly fabric made of % solution-dyed olefin yarns and recycled from post-industrial waste.

These soft yarns give Geobella a luxurious texture and superior quality making it a dependable designer outdoor fabric.

It is an elastomeric man-made fiber (able to stretch at least % and snap back like natural rubber). Spandex is used in filament form. POLYOLEFIN/ POLYPROPYLENE: The first commercial production of an olefin fiber manufactured in the U.S. was by Hercules Incorporated.

Inpolyolefin was the world’s first and only Nobel-Prize.