desize

desize

[dē′sīz]
(textiles)
To remove size or sizing agents from warp yarns prior to weaving to protect them against the abrasive action of loom parts.
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Lit (Ed.), 21 cun shiyige he shi desize: Xu shi zhi liaoyu jingshen kangfiu deyingyong (21" is the right size: The use of narrative therapy in the context of psychiatric rehabilitation) (pp.
Demographic factors are represented by the firm's financial leverage (DEFL) and firm size (DESIZE) measured either in terms of the value of revenues (DESIZE1) or with the value of a firm's fixed assets (DESIZE2).
Results of crystallinity(%) and tensile strength (warp & weft wise) Sample No Process steps Crystallinity (%) 1 Grey 68.32 2 Desize 68.11 3 Scoured 67.23 4 Bleached 62.47 5 Mercerized 61.56 6 A Resin 64.77 6 B Resin+Soitener 62.05 Sample No Tensile Tensile strength strength (N) (N) weft wise warp wise 1 478.05 469.7 2 439.03 433.11 3 419.03 412.4 4 362.71 353.56 5 366.89 352.89 6 A 247.08 226.09 6 B 279.36 254.6
Following brushing and singeing, possible value added processes include: Classical Denim Finishing, Soft Finish (desize), Overdye with reactive or sulfur dyes, Flat Finish (caustic soda) and Stretch Fabric processing, followed by SANFOR.