regenerated fiber

regenerated fiber

[rē′jen·ə‚rād·əd ′fī·bər]
(textiles)
Textile fiber produced by dissolving a natural material (such as cellulose), then regenerating it by extrusion and precipitation, as with viscose.
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"This recycling further aides the NA regenerated fiber manufacturers to minimize huge price fluctuations," she notes.
Also, Preference by touch indicate that natural fiber (cotton) was most preferred (74%) by the respondents on first choice, followed by mixed fiber (cotton and regenerated) and regenerated fiber (polyester) as the last choice.
In order to further study the melting and crystallization behaviors of the as-spun and regenerated fiber webs, DSC was performed.
In addition, businessmen from Russia, the U.S., Turkey, the UAE, Pakistan, Azerbaijan and Ukraine bought heavy lifting equipment, refined cottonseed oil, regenerated fiber and organic fertilizers for $1.9 million.
Pruneri, "Packaged optical sensors based on regenerated fiber bragg gratings for high temperature applications," IEEE Sensors Journal, vol.
Scotland, Pakistan, India, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and others purchased cottonseed oil and refined sunflower oil, cotton yarn, regenerated fiber and raw silk totaling more than $3.5 million.
For deposit manats, businessmen from China, USA, UK, Switzerland, UAE, Turkey, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan bought lifting equipment, textiles, cotton seed oil, cotton yarn, wool (karakul, camel and goat), regenerated fiber, totaling about 24 million manats.
For deposit manats, businessmen from Russia, China, Turkey, Afghanistan and Ukraine purchased cottonseed oil and refined sunflower oil, cotton yarn, regenerated fiber totaling more than 10 million 644 thousand manats.
Lenzing and Circle have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop and commercialize regenerated fibers. The intended objective of this cooperation is to grow the regenerated fiber business globally.
Table 5 RAGTEARING & REGENERATED WASTE FIBER USAGE Type Tons Jute, coir, torn bags 5455 Rags, offcuts, wastes, regenerated fiber 18,750 Total 24,205
Product applications for the regenerated fiber include blankets, wiping and polishing cloths, undercarpet padding, automotive sound absorption and insulation materials and shoe innersoles.