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Comparison of the Effects of Different Cotton Fibre Wastes on Different Yarn Types

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Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.2340

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Abstract:

In order to make a contribution to the reduction of raw material costs, in the present study the effect of reused cotton fibres on the quality of conventional ring and OE-rotor yarns was investigated. In the yarn production, three different waste fibres were taken from a cotton yarn production line and blended with primary cotton fibres at five different levels varying from 5% to 40%. In literature, studies have concentrated on the usage of recovered waste fibre in OE-rotor yarn production. However, to date there has been limited extensive andcomparative research on the effect of recovered fibre quality on different yarn properties to determine the possibility of high-quality yarn production from reused fibres. In the study, we focused on the effect of different waste types as well as the amount of waste in the blends on the properties of different yarn types.

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waste fibre, reused fibres, recycling, fibre blending, fibre cost.

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Yilmaz D, Yelkovan S, Tirak Y. Comparison of the Effects of Different Cotton Fibre Wastes on Different Yarn Types. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe 2017; 25, 4(124): 19-30. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0010.2340

Published in issue no 4 (124) / 2017, pages 19–30.

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