core yarn

core yarn

[′kȯr ‚yärn]
(textiles)
The internal member of a yarn produced by core spinning.
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Amsler's Core yarn system is famous for its proven and unbeaten technology.
In the case of the proposed method the fibres are electrospun directly to an air vortex medium that twists the fibres together into an oriented bundle over the core yarn. After the formation of the fibre bundle over the core it will be pulled to the twisting unit where it will be twisted to the yarn and collected on a bobbin.
In fact hairiness occurs because there are some free ends protruding from the core yarn. Sometimes fibers are exited from a thread in a loop method that this fiber was labeled as wild fiber by Morton and has a nature like a fuzz in the threading construction.
When the big diameter wire was used, long fibers were collected between the spinning wire and core yarn, and the wire spinning generated large tension within these nanofibers; as a result, they broke before being successfully coiled around the core yarn.
Crown also offers 100% recyclable PVC free sustainable fabrics which are generated from a core yarn that is born out of post-industrial waste by-product.
The company, which makes fiber glass yarns and high-strength fiber glass reinforcements for composites, said that the sale will not affect its core yarn and specialty roving business.
A second wrapper yarn is spirally-wrapped around the elastic core yarn and the first wrapper yarn in a second twist direction.
Ankyra, from the word anchor, features chenille yarns embedded in a core yarn. And, like a pipe cleaner, the chenille is wrapped around the anchor.
"The lead ends of cotton fibers from the two cotton rovings get trapped first, followed by the tail ends of the fibers spinning around the core yarn.
GreenCore is the add on assembly for GC GreenCompact to spin compacted core yarn. GreenCore components will match all of the common basic core yarn systems available in the market.