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A Study on High Contraction Conditions by the CPB Process of the Nylon Fabric
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  • Journal title : Textile Coloration and Finishing
  • Volume 27, Issue 4,  2015, pp.309-317
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Dyers and Finishers
  • DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2015.27.4.309
 Title & Authors
A Study on High Contraction Conditions by the CPB Process of the Nylon Fabric
Bin, Soyoung; Kim, Dong Kwon; Baek, Yongjin; Jin, Sungwoo; Bae, Jin-Seok;
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 Abstract
This study is the high contraction processing conditions set by the method of the CPB process. And the ultimate goal of this study is the high contraction of the CPB processing test method that can solve the problems of the high-contraction fabric processing method of the current jet dyeing machine. Non-coating process(CPB process) developed by the expression of a soft touch, light weight, functional and to develop excellent breathable nylon fabric. The nylon fabrics established the optimum processing conditions through the high contraction of the various test conditions, the CPB system.(The benzyl alcohol was used as the main constrictor.) At this time, the warp and weft contraction of nylon fabric was about 20%. And it established the constrictor concentration, the treatment temperature, time of a variety of tests. Also non-coating process(CPB process) can develop soft touch, lightweight, excellent air permeability. As a result, we developed a high contraction nylon fabric having a uniform surface. Manufactured fabric is used for Wind-proof and Down-proof.
 Keywords
non-coating;water repellency;wind-proof;down-proof;high contraction;
 Language
Korean
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