piece dyeing

piece dyeing

The dyeing of fabric after it has been woven, in contrast to dyeing the yarn prior to weaving.
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The THEN Research and Development department asked itself the question how the enormous volumes of water required for piece dyeing could be reduced along with the related energy costs.
By blending the cationic cotton yarns with standard cotton or other fibers, it's possible to create yarn dyed effects with the flexibility and convenience of piece dyeing. This is just one of several low environmental impact dyeing/finishing processes offered by Aurora.
Marion Mills manufactures natural and yarn-dyed greige goods for printing and piece dyeing, cotton and cotton-blend sheers, and woven dobby cloths in plaids, coordinated stripes and yarn-dyed solids.
In those days, significant milestone were achieved with the development of the pressure dryer, which is integral to yarn dyeing to this day and the start of manufacturing piece dyeing machines.
They also allow easier application than current piece dyeing techniques for physical and chemical wash-down effects.
THEN-AIRFLOW SYNERGY 8 is Aerodynamic High Temperature Piece Dyeing Machine.
The new piece dyeing and garment dyeing processes also enable special styles shortens su plying lead time and reduces inventorie for fabric and garment mills.
Another advantage of our yarns can be seen in piece dyeing of fabrics where chemicals react with yarn and can really destroy standard metallic yarns." Christopher Hogg