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Natural fibres. Generic names and definitions BS EN ISO Textiles. Man-made fibres. Generic names 20/ DC BS ISO Textiles. Unevenness of textile strands. Capacitance method BS ISO Textiles.
Glossary of generic names for man-made fibres book Unevenness of textile strands. Carbon Fiber A high-tensile fiber or whisker made by heating rayon or polyacrylonitrile fibers or petroleum residues to appropriate temperatures. Fibers may be 7 to 8 microns in diameter and more than 90% carbonized.
Cloth A generic term embracing all textile fabrics and felts. Cloth may be formed out of any textile fiber, wire, or Size: KB.
ISO (E), “Textiles - Man-made fibres - Generic names,” Sixth edition, Novemis incorporated by reference into this section with the approval of the Director of the Federal Register under 5 U.S.C. (a) and 1 CFR part Handbook of Textile Fibres: Man-Made Fibres (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles) [Gordon Cook, J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Handbook of Textile Fibres: Man-Made Fibres (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles)/5(2). The following is a list of the fiber trade name and the generic fiber name. The asterisk (*) indicates a trademarked name.
Note: Some companies use certain trade names to refer to more than one fiber. Hence in this list some trade names are associated with more than one generic term.
A hemplike fiber used for cordage grown in the Philippine Islands. Aba. Camel or goat hair fabric. Aceta te. A manufactured fiber formed by a compound of cellulose, refined from cotton linters and/or wood pulp, and acetic e fabric, which has a satiny smooth texture, is. Nomex® DuPont™ An aramid fiber used for various technical textile products.
Twaron® Teijin Twaron An aramid fiber used for various technical textile products. Fluoropolymer Teflon® Toray Fluorofibers (America) Inc.
PTFE fiber that is produced as filament, staple, and flock fiber for technical textiles. Textile fibers are generally classified as natural textile fibers and man-made fibers. As man advanced in textile technology Glossary of generic names for man-made fibres book has discovered a variety of man-made as well as natural fibers which have been a boon to designers looking for different characteristics in the textiles they use to design their creations with.
Generic name for man made fibers. BAR TACK. Group of stitches used to reinforce specific areas on a garment. BINDING. Edge finishing where a strip of fabric incases an edge. BLIND HEM. A machine or hand stitch where the hem is almost invisible from the face side of the fabric. CAD. Computer Aided Design- used as a conceptual tool to design and develop products.
buy bs (): glossary of generic names for man made fibres from sai global. Tactel is the brand name of a man-made fiber made from nylon. taffeta Taffeta is a type of fabric, often used for fancy dresses.
tapestry Tapestry is a form of textile art. It is woven by hand on a weaving-loom. The chain thread is the carrier in which the coloured striking thread is woven. In this way, a colourful pattern or image is created.
The first two editions of this dictionary were published under the title Man-Made Fiber and Textile Dictionary by the former Celanese Corporation to provide a source for employees. A information as is possible without making the book cumbersome.
listed by their Federal Trade Commission generic names and definitions, in most cases. TFPIA classifies man made or manufactured fibers by generic names.
Currently, TFPIAN recognizes 26 generic groups of manmade fibers. (1) Polymers synthesized from chemical compounds, e.g., polyethylene fiber, polyurethane fiber, and polyvinyl fibers. Generic name for fibre content.
A comprehensive list of generic names for natural fibres and man-made fibres, is available in both English and French. In labelling, abbreviations for generic names are not acceptable, with the exception of PBI. An example of a declaration where an article was composed of a combination of man-made and natural.
Get this from a library. Generic names for man-made fibres. [Canadian General Standards Board,;] -- "This National Standard of Canada contains a list of generic names, for technical and commercial use, for the different categories of man-made fibres manufactured at present on an industrial scale.
About Man-made Fibres Man-made fibres account for 68% of all fibres produced worldwide, and for 82% in Europe, including Turkey. World production was million tonnes in European production was million tonnes.
The objective of this International Standard is to propose a generic name of fibre (a generic name is unique by nature) within the framework of the ISO standardization for the textile products. It has been elaborated in order to present a compilation of generic names and the rules to create a new generic name for new fibres.
For examples, polyester is the fiber or generic name, and Dacron is a company trademark for polyester; acrylic is the fiber or generic name, and Orlon is a company trademark for acrylic.
A basic understanding of fibers, in terms of their characteristics, uses, and care requirements will help you make wise choices when purchasing textile and clothing products.
A glossary of fabrics to help you understand the type of fabric in clothes and how to care for them properly. Knit fabrics are naturally stretchy because of the loops whether made from natural or man-made fibers.
Pima cotton is a generic name for extra-long-staple cotton grown in. regenerated cellulosic fiber. it is the first man made fibre. it has a serrated round shape with smooth surface.
it loses % of its strength when it is wet. Rayon is produced from naturally occurring polymers and therefore it is not a synthetic fiber, but a manufactured regenerated cellulosic fiber.
Generic and Trademark Names. Generic name is the name given to a manufactured fiber based on the chemical composition. Note: Natural fibers have historically been defined based on fiber source. Dictionary of Fiber and Textile Technology). Filament fibers are long continuous fibers extending for great lengths.
Silk is the only natural. Man-made fibers are fibers in which either the basic chemical units have been formed by chemical synthesis followed by fiber formation or the polymers from natural sources have been dissolved and regenerated after passage through a spinneret to form fibers.
This fibre came to success when the researchers obtained a product by condensation of molecules presenting two reactive aminic groups. Generally, fabrics take the name of the fiber used to manufacture it such as fabrics made out of % Cashmere Fibers is named as Cashmere Fabric.
However, certain fabrics although uses a particular fiber % or uses a blend of different fibers may be termed otherwise and are named depending on weaving patterns, texture, and the processes, etc.
such as Organza fabrics were often. Referenced Documents (purchase separately) The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard.
ASTM Standards. D Terminology Relating to Textiles. ISO Standards. ISO (E) Textiles-Man-made Fibers-Generic Names Other Documents. Code of Federal Regulations, Ti Section Yarn Manufacturing Engineering Physical Properties of Textile Fibres -J.
Hearle Coated Textiles Principles and Applications -By A. Sen, M. Tech, Ph. Fancy Yarns Their Manufacture and Application Reference Books of Textile Technologies Cotton & Wool Spinning Fundamentals of Spun Yarn Technology The Rieter Manual of Spinning Volume Cotton Manufacturing Part 1 By E-A.
ISOTextiles -- Man-made fibres -- Generic names Paperback – Aug by ISO TC 38/SC 23 (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, Aug Author: ISO TC 38/SC Tactel is the brand name of a man-made fibre made from nylon. taffeta Taffeta is a type of fabric, often used for fancy dresses.
tapestry Tapestry is a form of textile art. It is woven by hand on a weaving loom. The chain thread is the carrier in which the coloured striking thread is woven.
In this way, a colourful pattern or image is created. Fibre content a) Generic name. Section 31 Regulations. The generic name of each fibre present, in an amount of 5% or more, must be stated as a percentage of the total fibre mass of the article. Generally, the fibres must be shown in order of predominance.
(i) Natural and man‑made fibres. The names of the major man-made fibers—rayon, acetate, polyester, nylon, acrylic—are well known. Fiber-forming Materials. The strength and flexibility of most fibers, natural or man-made, result from the shape of their molecules, the chemical building blocks of which they are made.
These molecules are all long and thin like chains. Some synthetic fibers, like rayon fiber, modify naturally occurring polymers into a usable fiber. Although the base is a natural product, the fiber is still synthetically produced. DIN Textile slings - Safety - Disposable flat woven slings, made of man-made fibres.
standard by Deutsches Institut Fur Normung E.V. (German National Standard), 07/01/ View. Azlon is the common generic name for all man-made protein fibers. Aralac was a registered trademark of Aralac, Inc., a division of National Dairy Products Corporation.
Its production from unrationed skimmed-milk supplies may have contributed to its popularization during the Second World War. vinyon fibre; poly (vinyl chloride) fiber; polyvinyl chloride; chlorofiber; Fibravyl [Rhone-Poulenc Textile, France]; Retractyl; Rhovyl®; Thermovyl®; Leavin [ACSA, Italy]; Clevyl®; Teviron [Japan]; Valren; Viclon [Japan]; Movil [Societa Polymer, Italy]; Vinyon HH [Avtex]; Volpex®.
Index of comprehensive articles on common prescription and OTC medications and drugs, a listing. Monographs cover generic and brand name, drug class and. Man-made fibers are listed in under the generic names approved by the Federal Trade Commission and listed in Terminology D, Annex A1 (except for fluorocarbon and polycarbonate).Many of the generic classes of man-made fibers are produced by several manufacturers and sold under various trademark names as follows (Note 1).
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COMESA Textiles — Man-made fibres — Generic names Name of Standards Organization: Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) LEGALLY BINDING. Man-made fibre definition: a type of fibre that is made artificially, such as polyester or rayon, rather than | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
Viscose Rayon The History of Viscose Rayon. According to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regarding generic names and definitions for manufactured fibers, rayon is defined as (16 CFR, ):A manufactured fiber composed of regenerated cellulose, as well as manufactured fibers composed of regenerated cellulose in which substituents have replaced not more.
The true definition of a micro fiber is a fiber that has less than one denier per filament. Micro Fiber is the thinnest, finest of all man-made fibers. It is finer than the most delicate silk. To relate it to something more familiar--A human hair is more than times the size of some micro fibers.
Fashion Dictionary Different manufacturers produce variations of the generic fiber that that may be assigned a trademark name. For example, spandex is a generic fiber category and Lycra™ is.
Azlon is the generic name for a manufactured fiber in which the fiber-forming substance is composed of any regenerated naturally occurring proteins (Federal Trade Commission definition).
By the turn of the 19th century, methods for regenerated protein had been developed but they resulted in a hard, brittle material.man-made fiber: 1 n fiber created from natural materials or by chemical processes Synonyms: synthetic fiber Types: acrylic, acrylic fiber polymerized from acrylonitrile nylon a thermoplastic polyamide; a family of strong resilient synthetic fibers Type of: fiber, fibre a slender and greatly elongated substance capable of being spun into yarn.Natural rubber, also called India rubber, latex, Amazonian rubber, caucho or caoutchouc, as initially produced, consists of polymers of the organic compound isoprene, with minor impurities of other organic compounds, plus nd and Indonesia are two of the leading rubber producers.
Types of polyisoprene that are used as natural rubbers are classified as elastomers.