What is the Classification of textile fibre?
A textile fibre is anything that is that raw material of yarn.To be useful in textile fibre must have some properties such as strength, length, elasticity, absorbency.
Fibre can be collected or created from different natural sources such as animal hair, insect cocoons as with silk worm and as well as semi-synthetic methods. The textile industry required several types of fibre according to their objectives. Various types of fibre found around the world collected from diversified sources such as byssus fibre, chiengora, qiviut, yak, rabbit, wool, lambswool, cashmere wool, mohair wool, camel hair, angora wool, lima wool, silk, coir, cotton, jute, bamboo, hemp, modal, sisal, ramie, lurex, acrylic etc.
Classification of textile fibre:
There are generally two types of textile fibre:
- Natural fibre
- Synthetic/Manmade fibre
Natural fibre is that types of fibre which is produced naturally.Those produced from plants,animals and geological origin.
Natural fibre can be classified according to their origin as follows:
According vegetable origin:
According to Animal Origin:
According to Mineral Origin:
Synthetic fibres are produced by the polymerization of various monomers. It is made by the man for this reason, it is so called.
Classification of manmade fibre:
A.M. Amirul Islam (Washim)
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