What is BCF yarn?
BCF textured yarn
BCF stands for “bulked continuous filament” and refers to a one step process where one or multiple filament yarns are tangled by airstream. The end use for BCF yarns is usually carpets as BCF yarns are very bulky.
What is an example of extrusion?
Everyday examples of extrusion can be seen when toothpaste is squeezed out of a tube, icing is pushed out of an icing bag and “Playdo” shapes are made. Extrusion moulding of plastics is used to make any long shape that has a constant cross section. … Perhaps most common plastic extruded is PVC.
What is FDY yarn?
Fully Drawn Yarn (FDY) is produced by a process similiar to POY manufacturing except that the yarn is produced at higher spinning speeds coupled with intermediate drawing integrated in the process itself. … Yarns are produced by a continuous polymerisation process.
What is the full form of BCF?
BCF Full Form
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What are the types of spinning?
What Is Spinning? | Types Of Spinning Process
- Ring Spinning.
- Rotor Spinning.
- Friction Spinning.
- Self Twist Spinning.
- Electro-Static Spinning.
- Vortex Spinning.
- Air Jet Spinning.
- Twist Less Spinning.