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Parker John, Mieszkis Kazimierz Wiktor, Dyer Dennis Anthony: Improvements in or relating to the crimping of textile fibres. British Nylon Spinners, October 7, 1964: GB971878-A (5 worldwide citation)

A tow or sliver of thermoplastic fibres of any cross-section e.g. trilobal, is subjected to the action of steam, preferably wet, at superatmospheric pressure immediately prior to stuffer-box crimping. The fibres may be of a polyamide such as polyhexamethylene adipamide, a polyester such as polyethyl ...


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Sammons Charles William, Mortimer George Ernest, Fisher James Wotherspoon: Improvements in or relating to the crimping of textile fibres. British Celanese, September 9, 1953: GB696761-A

696,761. Crimping fibres; sliver guides; heating arrangements and rollers for spining &c. machine. BRITISH CELANESE, Ltd. May 29, 1951 [May 31, 1950], No. 13606/50. Classes 120(i) 120(ii) and 120 (iii) Textile fibres or continuous filaments are crimped by -means of the apparatus described and claime ...



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