Progress in air-jet spinning
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Progress in air-jet spinning a critical appreciation of recent developments by A. Basu

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Published by Textile Institute in Manchester .
Written in English

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Statementby A. Basu ; edited by J.M. Layton.
SeriesTextile Progress -- Vol.29, no.3
ContributionsLayton, J. M.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18254161M
ISBN 101870372352

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Volume of the journal Textiles Progress, this book presents recent research on conjugate spinning techniques and developments in bicomponent spinning and discusses the properties of microfibers affecting the downstream process and the processing of microfibers in blow room, carding, draw frame, speed frame, and ring : Paperback. This review in the Textile Progress series covers the History of Textiles and development of air-jet spinning technology, the economic aspects, and the properties of yarns and fabrics produced by this technology. Published: Format: Paperback ISBN: G.K. Tyagi, in Advances in Yarn Spinning Technology, Breaking elongation. Air-jet yarns are least extensible due to an untwisted core of straight and parallel fibres comprising 90% of the population. In comparison with ring spun yarns, rotor spun yarns have a higher breaking elongation, though it is lower than that of friction spun yarns. Air-jet spinning is the most promising spinning method at the beginning of the twenty-first century. It offers the fastest means of industrial production of staple fibre yarns. The main feature that distinguishes the morphology of air-jet spinning from the other up-to-date technologies, is the use of swirling airflow in the stage of inserting a Cited by: 3.

Other articles where Air-jet spinning is discussed: cotton: Cotton fibre processing: the production of cotton blends, air-jet spinning may be used; in this high-speed method, air currents wrap loose fibres around a straight sliver core. Blends (composites) are made during yarn processing by joining drawn cotton with other staple fibres, such as polyester or casein.   Air Jet Spinning Air Jet Spun Yarn. 1. The air-jet spun yarn is fascinated yarn consisting of a core of parallel fibers held together by wrapper fibers.. 2. The structure of air-jet spun yarn is essentially that of comparatively straight central core of fibers held together by taut surface fibers wound onto the central core helically.. 3. The straight fibers are termed as “core fibers. in the progress of air-jet spinning methods. At the beginning of the s, this company manufactured (and still manufactures) an air-jet spinning frame in which the yarn is formed by means of the false-twist MJS (Murata Jet Spinning) method and the product continuity is maintained during the . The spinning units on the J 20 air-jet spinningmachine are configured in a duo-draftingArrangement suitable for all fiber types. Reiter air-jet spinning In , the Reiter Group, Switzerland, challenged the markets by introducing its own air-jet spinning technology, beginning with the development of the J 10 air-jet spinning machine.

A comparative analysis of air-jet yarn properties with the properties of ring spun yarns. Progress in air-jet spinning, In: Textile Progress, This book provides an invaluable single source of information on the advances in yarn spinning technologies. Advanced spinning systems are described and comparisons are made of the properties of the yarns produced, and resultant finished products, with those from conventional systems. Position:proucts>>air jet>>air jet for Spinning Type PartNo. Characteristic SP Type JA-SP Easy to operate Convenient for take-up process Allows more efficient in the downstream process High interlacing and evenness JA-SP JA-SPE JA-SPL JA-SPx3 JA-SPA JA-SP JA-SP JA-SPJ JA-SPJ-D JA-SPJ JA-SPJ-6E JA-SPJ-1E-H1 JA . n. A spinning system in which yarn is made by wrapping fibers around a core stream of fibers with compressed air. In this process, the fibers are drafted to appropriate sliver size, then fed to the air jet chambers where they are twisted, first in one direction, then in the reverse direction in a second chamber.