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Title: A review of recent developments in warp sizing
Authors: McMahon, JF
Van der Walt, GHJ
Keywords: Warp sizing
Issue Date: Aug-1985
Series/Report no.: Wol
Abstract: The function of sizing is to improve weavability by protecting the warp yarns from abrasion in the healds and reed and against each other, strengthen them, and, by addition of oil and fats, lubricate the. The main consideration is to minimise the effect of hairiness, knots, crossed ends, slubs and weak spots. Conventional sizing has seen the introduction of techniques to improve quality of the sized warp yarn
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4704
ISBN: 0 7988 3209 6
Appears in Collections:South African wool and textile research institute of the CSIR
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