jet spinning

jet spinning

[¦jet ¦spin·iŋ]
(engineering)
Production of plastic fibers in which a directed blast or jet of hot gas pulls the molten polymer from a die lip; similar to melt spinning.
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The products which are manufactured by the company include compact yarn, murata jet spinning yarn, core spun yarn, compact core spun yarn, grey cotton, ring spun yarn, synthetic yarn and poly cotton yarn.
A type of yarn made on Murata Jet Spinning (MJS) or Murata Vortex Spinning (MVS) is imported in huge quantities from Indonesia, India, China and Thailand as it falls under this definition.
The company operates four business divisions including terry textiles, Muratec Jet Spinning (MJS), garments and trading.
Murata Vortex Spinning is best judged as a development of jet spinning specifically created to overcome the limitations of the shorter length of cotton fibres.
as opposed to the 'false twist' principle, used by Murata's jet spinning. Instead of using a pair of opposing air blasts from air nozzles to impart structural integrity to the yarn mass against as previously used by MJS, a unique guide called a spindle, a needle holder and a single air nozzle is used.
These products are manufactured on air jet spinning technology from Murata Japan.