man-made fiber


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man-made fiber

A synthetic fiber made from chemicals (e.g., rayon or polyester). Synonym: synthetic fiber
See also: fiber
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A most interpretable pattern emerges when the dummy variable [D.sub.1] is set to equal unity in 1973-1979 and zero otherwise and D2 is set to unity in 1980-1989 and zero otherwise for the case of man-made fiber [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 2 OMITTED] weaving mills (SIC-2221).
In addition to the highlights from the Spinning, Nonwovens and Man-Made Fibers business units, the Truetzschler Group will present the comprehensive services and high-performance clothings for cards and roller cards from TCC on 1400 m2.
In addition, it has a strong fiber base of 13 million bales of cotton and 600,000 tons of man-made fibers including polyester fiber.
The Global Cellulose Fiber market can be segmented into two divisions based on the type: Natural Fibers and Man-made Fibers.
These materials use man-made fibers, which look and feel like cashmere or other hair.
Man-made fibers are formed by forcing a liquid through tiny holes in a device called a spinneret.
As an inventor of Through-Air Drying technology, Fleissner Company has supplied more than 45,000 Through-Air drums up to 8000 mm wide and 4800 mm (16 ft) in diameter to customers all over the world from the textile, nonwovens, man-made fibers and paper industries in the past 70 years.
DMT is used in the production of man-made fibers for the textile industry, industrial fibers, for example for safety belts and the strings of tennis rackets, and fibers for tires and high-pressure hoses.
The brand name of TRUTZSCHLER MAN-MADE FIBERS comprises complete state-of-the-art spinning plants for carpet and industrial filament yarns.
Welspun can offer spunlace as low as 20gsm, cross-lapped spunlace, equally efficient to handle natural and man-made fibers in 100% and any blends.
Tenders are invited for Complete, men%s or boys%, of cotton or man-made fibers, industrial and occupational clothing.
The company maintains operations in 50 countries where it manufacturers and markets a variety of basic and specialty chemicals, salt, man-made fibers, coatings, and healthcare products.