Commingled yarn | Article about commingled yarn by The Free Dictionary
commingled yarn[¦kō‚miŋ·gəld ‚yärn]
A yarn in which two types of materials are intermingled to form a single yarn.
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The Leibnitz Institute of Polymer Research in Dresden, Germany, is developing commingled yarns
of fiberglass and maleic anhydride-grafted PP.
Johns Manville's Engineered Products Group in Denver has introduced Comfil-G, a family of commingled yarns
consisting of continuous glass and PET filaments.