elastane


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elastane

a synthetic fibre characterized by its ability to revert to its original shape after being stretched
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Fabrics A7, A8, and A11 contain elastane filaments: fabric A7 contains an elastane filament in the warp direction, whereas fabrics A8 and A11 contain an elastane filament in the weft direction.
Wool - 96% + elastane - 4% --Wool - 60% + polyester - 38% + elastane - 2% --Wool - 44% + polyester - 54% + elastane - 2%
The results have indicated that the important factors that increase the water vapour resistance are the structural density and addition of elastane to the structure of fabric.
10:30 AM 101921 Extrusion Pulverization of Elastane Fibres
Planned fixed cost increases associated with expansion activities in hulked continuous filament (BCF) carpet yarn, high-temperature nylon (HTN) polymer and LYCRA(R) elastane yarn and a major, scheduled maintenance outage in nylon, contributed to a decline in earnings.
All items are made from black cotton Elastane for a superb fit.
LYCRA[R] fiber came in second at 30% -- ahead of the generics, spandex and elastane.
These 96-percent polyester, 4-percent Elastane Speed Freek cold-weather garments ($200 jacket, $180 pants; www.
Contract notice: Plastic belt apoxestes t / d high resistance to wear in leaves of elastane
2 Pack Ladies' Long-Sleeved Tops Made from cotton-rich material In a fashionable fitted cut with elastane for a perfect fit Sizes: 10 - 20 6.
60 pounds, the Slim-Tech leggings, which are also made from 90 percent polyamide and 10 percent elastane, are machine washable and the microcapsules last a minimum of 30 washes.
Notwithstanding such practicalities as how would gentlemen take a quick leak encased in elastane and polyamide from chest to thigh, there's the passion-killer aspect.