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Robert Moore Marshall, Kimon Constantine Dardoufas: Production of polyester yarn. Allied Chemical Corporation, Fred L Kelly, February 24, 1976: US03940544 (12 worldwide citation)

An improved polyethylene terephthalate tire yarn is prepared by applying to the yarn a finish composition comprising a polyalkylene glycol compound having the formula


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Robert M Marshall, Kimon C Dardoufas: Production of polyester yarn. Allied Chemical Corporation, Fred L Kelly, July 1, 1980: US04210700 (11 worldwide citation)

An improved multifilament polyethylene terephthalate yarn is prepared by first applying to the yarn a liquid composition comprising hexadecyl stearate, refined coconut oil, ethoxylated tallow amine, ethoxylated lauryl alcohol, sodium salt of alkylarylsulfonate, dinonyl-sodium-sulfosuccinate, and a m ...


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Marshall Robert Moore, Dardoufas Kimon Constantine: Production of polyester yarn. Allied Chemical Corporation, Kelly Fred L, December 9, 1975: US3925588 (9 worldwide citation)

An improved polyester yarn is prepared by applying to the yarn a finish composition consisting essentially of a polyalkylene glycol compound having the formula ##EQU1## in which R.sub.1 and R.sub.2 are the same or different lower alkylene units such as ethylene, propylene and so forth up to 5 carbon ...


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David E Bosley, Patrick J Duncan: Addition of diethylene glycol in continuous production of polyester yarn. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, May 24, 1977: US04025592 (9 worldwide citation)

Polyester texturing feed yarns are produced by preparing an ethylene terephthalate polymer from ethylene glycol plus a small amount of diethylene glycol, and dimethyl terephthalate or terephthalic acid, and melt-spinning the polymer into filaments. The filaments may be partially oriented by spinning ...


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Chakravarti Kalidas, Dardoufas Kimon Constantine: Process for producing adhesive active polyester yarn and product.. Allied, January 13, 1982: EP0043410-A2 (5 worldwide citation)

An improvement is provided in a process for the production of polyester yarn involving spinning and drawing steps. The improvement comprises exposing the yarn subsequent to the drawing step to ultraviolet radiation, and treating the yarn with a finish composition which comprises water and a silane h ...


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Production of polyester yarn. Toyo Rayon, December 8, 1965: GB1012461-A (4 worldwide citation)

1,012,461. Treating polyester filaments. TOYO RAYON KABUSHIKI KAISHA. Aug. 20, 1963 [Aug. 29, 1962; Feb. 22, 1963], No. 32926/63. Heading B5B. An unoriented filament or fibre consisting of polyethylene terephthalate containing 0À01-25 mol per cent of a second component based on the recurring ethylen ...


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Rudolf Geier, Ingo Efflander, Jurgen Hartig: Method of and apparatus for the production of polyester yarn. Krupp Uhde, Herbert Dubno, November 21, 2000: US06149847 (1 worldwide citation)

Polyester yarn is made by melt spinning the polyester filaments which are then cooled at least to solidification and heated by counterflow with prestretching to a crystallinity in excess of 24%. The prestretched filaments are gathered and stretched to after-stretching at a temperature of 80.degree. ...


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Chakravarti Kalidas, Dardoufas Kimon C: Methode de production de files de polyester collants, Process for producing adhesive active polyester yarn. Allied Corporation, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, March 27, 1984: CA1164406

ABSTRACT PROCESS FOR PRODUCING ADHESIVE ACTIVE POLYESTER YARN An improvement is provided in a process forthe production of polyester yarn involving spinningand drawing steps. The improvement comprisesexposing the yarn subsequent to the drawing stepto ultraviolet radiation, and treating the yarnwith ...


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Geier Rudolf, Efflander Ingo, Hartig Jurgen: Method of and apparatus for the production of polyester yarn. Krupp Uhde, February 1, 2002: TW475011

Polyester yarn is made by melt spinning the polyester filaments which are then cooled at least to solidification and heated by counterflow with prestretching to a crystallinity in excess of 24%. The prestretched filaments are gathered and stretched to after-stretching at a temperature of 80 DEG C to ...


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Hashimoto Kazunori, Kakumoto Koji, Abe Seiji: Production of polyester yarn. Unitika, February 29, 2000: JP2000-064119

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method for producing a polyester yarn by a heat stretching method using a cylindrical heating device, capable of stably producing the yarn having constant excellent physical properties and quality, even when yarns having various types e.g. differing in single filam ...



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