Effect of Blend Ration of Quality Characteristics of Bamboo/Cotton Blended Ring Spun Yarn
Keywords:Blending, Yarns, Bamboo/Cotton ratio, Ring spun yarn, Physical Properties
The present study reveals the comparison of physical properties of the bamboo/cotton blended yarn with similar 100 % cotton yarn. The bamboo-cotton blend ratios of each category of yarn (30s, 40s and 50s) were 67:33, 50:50, and 33:67, respectively. For each individual count of yarn, it was observed from the test result that the properties of 50:50/bamboo: cotton blended yarn showed very nearer property to the 100% cotton yarn. For Count (30s), 67:33/bamboo: cotton showed very closer property to the 50:50/bamboo: cotton blended yarn. It was also observed that for each count of yarns, which showed decreasing property with the increase of bamboo in the blend. The quality characters depend upon the ratio of bamboo and cotton in the blend.
Keywords: Blending; Yarns; Bamboo/Cotton ratio; Ring spun yarn; Physical Properties
Daffodil International University Journal of Science and Technology Vol.7(1) 2012 34-37
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