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Nitin J Champaneria, Lee R Harper, Edward A Hosegood: Durable antisoling coatings for textile filaments. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, April 20, 1982: US04325857 (32 worldwide citation)

A durable antisoiling coating composition for textile filaments and articles made therefrom comprises a perfluoroalkyl ester of a citric acid urethane and fluorinated alcohols in combination with a modified epoxy resin which is the reaction product of a carboxyl-functional vinyl polymer, an epoxy re ...


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Quintin W Decker, Erich Marcus, Harvey S Koenig: Lubricant compositions for finishing synthetic fibers. Union Carbide Corporation, Franklyn Schoenberg, February 24, 1981: US04252528 (29 worldwide citation)

A spin finish for synthetic fibers has been developed consisting essentially of a thermally stable lubricant and a surfactant derived from an ethylene oxide/propylene oxide block co-polymer adduct of an alkylated phenol.


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Robert E Crisci: Snap on tamper indicating closure for containers. Northern Engineering and Plastics, Harpman & Harpman, May 26, 1987: US04667839 (22 worldwide citation)

A closure for a container such as a blow molded bottle having a neck surrounding an opening therein defined by an inturned annular flange formed by a spin finish operation on the blow molded bottle, the closure having a cap portion and an annular tear skirt depending therefrom, the closure having an ...


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Robert M Marshall: Soil resistant spin finish for polyamide textile yarn. Allied Chemical Corporation, Fred L Kelly, January 16, 1979: US04134839 (21 worldwide citation)

A soil resistant spin finish particularly for polyamide feeder yarn to be processed at high temperature into bulked textile yarn, comprising a first oil in water emulsion wherein the oil portion consists essentially of sorbitan monooleate, polyoxyethylene tallow amine, and an alkyl stearate, said fi ...


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Kalidas Chakravarti: Spin finish composition. Bridgestone Firestone, Daniel N Hall, August 3, 1993: US05232742 (20 worldwide citation)

Spin finish concentrate composition and the oil-in-water emulsion made from the concentrate for application for conventional speed or high speed melt spinning processes for producing polyester or polyamide yarns, consists essentially of oil lubricant component, pentaerythritol ester lubricant, ethox ...


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Robert Moore Marshall, Eugene Addison Swanson: Melt spinning apparatus with convergence guide. Allied Chemical Corporation, Fred L Kelly, October 26, 1976: US03988086 (19 worldwide citation)

It has been suggested that synthetic multifilamentary yarns can be produced by melt-spinning a polyamide or polyester polymer under conditions of substantially simultaneous spinning and drawing wherein prior to said drawing the filaments of the fiber are lubricated with a spin finish by surface cont ...


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Edward A Hosegood, Ludwig E Seufert: Antisoiling treatment of synthetic filaments. E I DuPont De Nemours and Company, January 21, 1986: US04565717 (17 worldwide citation)

Antisoiling properties of polyamide filaments are enhanced upon melt-spinning by using a spin finish comprised of a textile lubricant, an antisoiling fluorochemical and an epoxy resin.


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Robert M Marshall, Kimon C Dardoufas: Polyamide yarn spin finish containing a glyceride and oxidized polyethylene. Allied Corporation, Virginia S Andrews, February 1, 1983: US04371658 (16 worldwide citation)

An aqueous spin finish, a process for treating polyamide yarn therewith and polyamide yarn so treated are all disclosed. The oil portion of the spin finish comprises a glyceride, ethoxylated oleyl alcohol, ethoxylated nonyl phenol, ethoxylated castor oil, an oxidized polyethylene, a non-nitrogen non ...


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Cecil E Reese: Process for producing a mixed-shrinkage heat-bulkable polyester yarn. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, May 8, 1979: US04153660 (16 worldwide citation)

The disclosure relates to cospinning and drawing polyester filaments to produce a composite yarn which develops bulk due to differential shrinkage of the filaments when heated. Filaments of ethylene terephthalate synthetic linear condensation polymer are melt spun to form two separate filament bundl ...


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Robert Moore Marshall, Kimon Constantine Dardoufas: Production of polyester tire yarn polyglycol ether spin finish composition. Allied Chemical Corporation, Fred L Kelly, April 26, 1977: US04019990 (16 worldwide citation)

It has been suggested that certain polyglycol ethers, in particular mixed polyoxyethylated-polyoxypropylated monoethers, are useful as spin finishes in the production of polyester tire yarns. Polyglycol ethers having a relatively low molecular weight of about 300 to 1,000 make the best lubricants; h ...