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What is a Yarn?
A yarn is a continuous length of interlocked fibers, both natural and synthetic, and is used in the production of textiles and other products. A succession of short fibers is generally twisted into a continuous yarn.
TEXTILE COTTON YARN
Yarn Manufacturing Technique
Yarns can be made of short or staple fibers by using several techniques. The method used for manufacturing yarn depends on the manufacturer's preference for equipment, economic implications, fibers used, desired properties of the yarn to be produced. Some of the techniques used are:
Ring Spinning Technique
Open end spinning
Self- twist spinning
Applications of Yarn
Yarns made from both natural and synthetic fibers are used in a number of industries and products including:
Following are the main specifications, for cotton yarn.
CARDED/COMBED, WEAVING/KNITTING, COUNT, CSP, COUNT CV%, RKM, RKM CV%, U%, THIN, THICK, NEPS, TOTAL IMPERFECTIONS, TPM, TPI, ELONGATION %, ELONGATION CV%, HAIRINESS, TOTAL CLASSIMAT FAULTS, OBJECTIONABLE FAULTS/100 KM, LONG THIN/100 KM, LONG THICK/100 KM.