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Physical Properties and Dyeability of Wool/Polyester Spun Blend Yarn and Its Fabrics Using Air Blowing and Electrostatic Spinning Technology(Cyclone)
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  • Journal title : Textile Coloration and Finishing
  • Volume 28, Issue 2,  2016, pp.77-91
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Dyers and Finishers
  • DOI : 10.5764/TCF.2016.28.2.77
 Title & Authors
Physical Properties and Dyeability of Wool/Polyester Spun Blend Yarn and Its Fabrics Using Air Blowing and Electrostatic Spinning Technology(Cyclone)
Kim, Mikyung; Kim, Dongkwon; Jeong, Jaeseok; Jang, Bongsik;
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 Abstract
Recently, the spun blend yarns with staple fibers and filaments are being developed in the spinning process using an air blowing and electrostatic spinning technology(cyclone) in order to enhance the soft feeling and the fine count spun blend yarn manufacturing competitiveness. In this study, the appropriate separation condition of polyester multifilament was examined according to the treatment condition of conductive agents and voltage on polyester multifilament in the newly developed cyclone spinning process. And it was investigated the physical properties and dyeability of the cyclone wool/polyester spun blend yarns and its wool composite fabrics in comparison with existing sirofil wool/polyester spun blend yarn and its fabrics. As the result, it is determined that the newly developed cyclone wool/polyester spun blend yarn applied fabrics has a superior quality level in terms of practicality.
 Keywords
air blowing;electrostatic spinning;cyclone;sirofil;spun blend yarn;dyeing;
 Language
Korean
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