Chapter_21_-_Preparation_of_Fabrics_for_Dyeing_and_Finishing_-_Fall_2011-_Student_Version

Chapter_21_-_Preparation_of_Fabrics_for_Dyeing_and_Finishing_-_Fall_2011-_Student_Version

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INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILE WET PROCESSING: PREPARATION OF FABRICS FOR DYEING AND FINISHING CHAPTER 21 1
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PREPARATION OF FABRICS FOR DYEING AND FINISHING preparation to remove dirt and size to improve absorbency and whiteness for textile wet processing 2
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BATCH VERSUS CONTINUOUS PROCESSING based on volume of material prep continuously →dyed different colors in batches →finished continuously continuous process continuous range process separated into individual steps of a batch process rope form or open width under tension or without tension 3
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BATCH VERSUS CONTINUOUS PROCESSING Padding, Drying Heat, Curing 4
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BATCH VERSUS CONTINUOUS PROCESSING padding 5
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BATCH VERSUS CONTINUOUS PROCESSING curing/fixation tenter frame steam chamber keeps fabric moist and/or exclude oxygen dwell times <1 minute to > 1 hour J-box fabric kept wet 6
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DRYING required after any wet process energy-intensive
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course HUEC 2032 taught by Professor Hayes during the Fall '11 term at LSU.

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Chapter_21_-_Preparation_of_Fabrics_for_Dyeing_and_Finishing_-_Fall_2011-_Student_Version

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