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Published on Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Yarns coated with eco-finishes

Written by John Mowbray

Rudolf yarn coating machineFRANKFURT – Tucked away at the rear of the Rudolf Chemie stand at last week’s Techtextil in Germany, a lab-scale yarn coating machine that uses water-based finishes and infra-red drying was being billed as a new way to produce high performance coated textiles using a minimal amount of textile chemistry. The thinking is, coated yarns can be selectively knitted or woven into specific areas of a garment. Ecotextile News reports.


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