heat set

heat set

[′hēt ‚set]
(textiles)
A process to fix or set a crimp or texture in yarn by use of heat.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The samples were heat set at a temperature of 180[degrees]C for a time of 30 min.
Launched after an 18 month development period, the new Active Hinge for APPE's Heat Set bottle range features a multiple rib design that the company says produces bottles that are 30 percent lighter than existing technology while delivering an enhanced performance in two key areas.
Import / supply of heat set offset printing inks in black & other colors with related compatible humidifying solution.
Available in 7 colors, Antron Lumena nylon is tested in heat set form for stain resistance, bleed resistance, color fastness to light and atmospheric contaminants, and resistance to crocking.
Start with the heat set to high while the hair is wet, but as it becomes drier (but while it's still damp) switch it to the low heat setting and finish drying.
Water in and move to a propagator with bottom heat set at 70F - or root under a polythene tent on a shady sill in a warm room.
The opening heat set the tone for a night when half the heats required the evidence of the camera to determine the result with Barrie Draper's Ranger Tom seeing off Sheffield trackmate Warning Voice by a head in 28.48sec.
But she then cooked some food on the grill and the heat set the fryer alight.
"The family had got the coke fire burning very hot because it was a cold night and the intense heat set fire to some wood surround."
The prints are produced by a dye diffusion thermal transfer method in which three separate layers of color (yellow, magenta, and cyan) are heat set beneath a final, clear protective coating.