Hindprakash Lonsen Industries Pvt Ltd.

Ahmadābād, India

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Ahmadābād, India
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Mahapatra,Hindprakash Lonsen Industries Pvt Ltd. | Mahapatra,Western India Section of Textile Institute
Colourage | Year: 2011

The processing of nylon fiber in textile industries over a period of time is discussed. The first commercial production of nylon in the US was started by the E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Inc., in 1939. Nylon was a synthetic polymer, a plastic, invented by Wallace Carothers at DuPont of Wilmington, Delaware, US, on February 28, 1935. It was produced by melt spinning and was available in staple, tow, monofilan-tent, and multi-filament form. The fiber had significant durability and excellent physical properties. Nylon's outstanding characteristic in the textile industry was its versatility and it was made strong enough to withstand severe conditions that tire cords endured, while being suitable for sheer, high fashion hosiery and light enough for parachute cloth and backpacker's tents. It was used alone and in blends with other fibers where its main contributions were strength and abrasion resistance.


Mahapatra,Hindprakash Lonsen Industries Pvt. Ltd.
Colourage | Year: 2010

Textile chemical processing today, particularly the pre-treatment processes require a highly sophisticated technology and engineering to achieve the well known concepts of 'Right first time, Right every time and Right on time' processing and production. The disclosure relates to a continuous process for the treatment, with liquid ammonia, of moving webs of fabric, the fabric having at least a partial content of natural or regenerated cellulose fiber. The process of the invention enables a fabric to be processed rapidly and economically, to achieve many desirable effects of mercerization, while at the same time main- mining ammonia-induced shrinkage of the fabric. Japan holds a global majority in the capacity to treat cotton fabrics by liquid ammonia. Drying after ammonia treatment is much faster. Actually the creation of micro holes by effect of the smaller ammonia molecule, eases the transfer and elimination of the water based solutions contained in the fabric.


Mahapatra,Hindprakash Lonsen Industries Pvt. Ltd.
Colourage | Year: 2010

Kalibo, Aldan is the main and the oldest manufacturer weaver of Pin~a cloth in the Philippines which are being exported to various parts of the world most particularly North America, and Europe. The pina fibers are extracted from the pineapple leaves by hand scraping, decortication or retting. While hand scraping, leaves are stripped by pulling or scraping the fiber away with tools such as porcelain plate, coconut shell, plastic comb and seashells. Pineapple fiber is obtained from the large leaves of the pineapple plant grown in tropical countries. This natural fiber is white and especially soft and lustrous. It is woven into pine cloth in Philippines islands and is soft, durable and resistant to moisture. Pineapple fibers, primarily used in hand weaving are divided into two groups-the linuan or fine fibers and bastos or coarse fibers.


Mahapatra's,Hindprakash Lonsen Industries Pvt. Ltd.
Colourage | Year: 2010

Biophyl fiber is made using polyethylene terephthalate (PTT), a special polyester-like polymer, where the petroleum-based glycol is replaced with sucrose from corn. Biophyl also offers skin benefits such as fluid, silky and comfortable and the fiber dries quickly. Fabrics made with Biophyl are said to be very soft offers additional values to the user such as easy care property and unique soft hand together with excellent stretch and recovery. Other qualities of Biophyl are thermostability, UV/ chlorine resistance, ironability and certification according to the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 with the highest possible Class I, which also includes the category for babies. Biophyl fabrics can also be used in the swimwear as they make a splash in swimwear with colors that are rich, deep and vibrant. The fabrics can also be used for intimate wear because they are incredible soft and offers fluid drape.


Mahapatra,Hindprakash Lonsen Industries Pvt. Ltd.
Colourage | Year: 2010

The quality of the finished linen product is often dependent upon growing conditions and harvesting techniques. Linen fabrics have a high natural luster; their natural color ranges between shades of ivory, ecru, tan, or grey. Mildew, perspiration, and bleach can also damage the fabric, but it is resistant to moths and carpet beetles. Another reason behind the linen fiber popularity is that it gives the same comfort like Cotton in the Linen fiber but the strength of the Linen fiber is twice than the Cotton fiber. Any kind of linen fabric or linen fibers are available on the market which can be achieved in any weight as per the Textile buyers' requirement. If any fabric produces the static electricity during wear, then nothing can be worst than that. People like to wear the fabric that is flexible and comfort to wear.

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