ES2313122T3 - Flat fabrics that include polyester filaments bicompuestos. - Google Patents

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ES2313122T3
ES2313122T3 ES04810211T ES04810211T ES2313122T3 ES 2313122 T3 ES2313122 T3 ES 2313122T3 ES 04810211 T ES04810211 T ES 04810211T ES 04810211 T ES04810211 T ES 04810211T ES 2313122 T3 ES2313122 T3 ES 2313122T3
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A warp-stretched flat weave selected from the group consisting of a taffeta, twill and satin ligament, comprising: a plurality of weft threads and a plurality of warp threads, where approximately 15 to about 55 percent by weight of the warp threads are bicomposite polyester continuous filament yarns comprising poly (ethylene terephthalate) and poly (trimethylene terephthalate) and having a wavy shrinkage value after heat setting from about 20% to about 80%.

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Flat fabrics comprising filaments of Bicomposite polyester.

Field of the Invention

This invention relates to flat tissues, in particular flat fabrics comprising polyester filaments poly (ethylene terephthalate) bicomposes and poly (trimethylene terephthalate) oriented in the direction of the warp of the flat fabric.

Description of the prior art

Generally, bicomposite polyester fibers comprising poly (ethylene terephthalate) and poly (trimethylene terephthalate) are already known. Such fibers are described, for example, in published patent application no. US2001 /
0055683. Such fibers have been used in flat fabrics, as described in published patent application no. US2003 /
0092339 and in published patent applications Nos. JP2002-004145, JP2001-303394, JP11-172545, JP2001-316923, JP2002-180354 and JP2002-155449. However, these fabrics can have unnecessarily high proportions of bicomposed polyester fibers, and the fabrics using such fibers are searched more efficiently.

Summary of the invention

The present invention relates to a fabric warp stretch plane of taffeta, twill, or satin ligament. The flat fabric has weft threads and warp threads, and about 15 to about 55 percent per Warp threads weight are continuous polyester filaments bicomposes comprising poly (ethylene terephthalate) and poly (trimethylene terephthalate). The warp threads of Bicomposite polyester have a wavy shrinkage value after heat setting, preferably around 20% at approximately 80%

Detailed description of the preferred embodiment

It has already been proven that the flat tissues of Warp-stretched can be prepared with some properties unexpectedly high stretch and recovery despite understand comparatively low levels of certain threads of Bicomposite polyester.

As used herein, "polyester filament bicomposed "means a continuous filament comprising a pair of polyesters intimately adhered to each other along the filament length, so that the filament section is by example of a core-coating, side by side or another suitable section from which a corrugated can be developed Useful. "Thread" means a plurality of continuous filaments. "Pic a pic" means a tissue ligament in which a thread weft of bicomposite polyester filaments ("first thread ") and one (" second ") weft thread are in past alternating tissue. "Co-insertion") means a weave ligament in which a polyester thread of two-component filaments ("first thread") and one ("second") Weft yarn have been woven as one, in the same past. "Woven separately" means that the threads are separated each other inside the finished fabric, without having been twisted or jointly bundled before being woven; here "tissue separately "does not exclude knitting filament groups substantially similar (optionally intertwined with each other) or the tissue in a co-insertion ligament.

The fabric of the invention is a fabric of Stretched by warp selected from the group consisting in taffeta, twill, and satin ligaments. The stretch fabric by warp has weft threads and warp threads where about 15 to 55 percent by weight (preferable about 22 to about 33 percent per weight) of the warp threads are continuous polyester filaments bicomposes comprising poly (ethylene terephthalate) and poly (trimethylene terephthalate). The other warp threads they can be, for example, spun yarn, such as cotton, wool or linen; they can also be fiber monocomposites of poly (ethylene terephthalate), fibers monocomposite poly (trimethylene terephthalate) fibers polycaprolactam, poly (hexamethylene adipamide) fibers, acrylic fibers, modacrylic fibers, acetate fibers, fibers rayon, and combinations thereof.

The weft threads may be the same as, or different from warp threads. The tissue can only be of warp stretched, or it can be bi-stretched, in which the useful properties of stretching and recovery are they present both in the warp and weft directions; weft stretch can be provided by continuous threads Bicomposite polyester, spandex, melt spun elastomer, and Similar. When the weft threads comprise threads ("first") continuous bicomposite polyester, the same they can be present with a second thread (optionally a thread discontinuous yarn), for example, in a pic to pic or ligament ligament co-insertion

Bicomposed continuous threads may be present from about 13 to 28% by weight (preferable from about 13 to about 19% by weight), based in the total weight of the tissue when none of the filaments of Bicomposite polyester is present in the weft (that is, when Bicomposed polyester filaments are only present in the warp).

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Bicomposed polyester filaments they comprise poly (ethylene terephthalate) and poly (trimethylene terephthalate) in a weight ratio of approximately 30/70 to approximately 70/30, and have a value of wavy contraction after heat setting of approximately 20% to about 80%, preferably from about 30% to approximately 60% Several comonomers can be incorporated into the filament polyesters bicomposed in small quantities, as long as such comonomers do not have an adverse effect on the value of the fiber wavy, and if the benefits of invention are not adversely affected. Some examples include linear, cyclic and aliphatic dicarboxylic acids and branched (and their diesters) that are 4-12 carbon atoms; aromatic dicarboxylic acids (and their esters) having 8-12 carbon atoms (per example, isophthalic acid, acid 2,6-naphthalenedicarboxylic acid 5-sodiosulfoisophthalic); and aliphatic diols linear, cyclic and branched that are 3-8 carbon atoms (for example, 1,3-propane diol, 1,2-propanediol, 1,4-butanediol, 3-methyl-1,5-pentanediol,  2,2-dimethyl-1,3-propanediol, 2-methyl-1,3-propanediol,  and 1,4-cyclohexanediol). Acid are preferred isophthalic, pentanedioic acid, acid 5-sodiosulfoisophthalic, hexanedioic acid, 1-3-propane diol, and 1-4-butanediol. Polyesters they can also carry built-in additives, such as carbon dioxide titanium.

The linear density of the continuous thread of bicomposite polyester of which the fabric of the invention can range from about 70 denier to approximately 900 denier (78 dtex to 1000 dtex).

It is preferable that the continuous threads of polyester bicomposes are not combinations of filaments twisted or bundled bicomposes with others, for example, fibers monocomposite or cut. In other words, it is preferable that bicomposed continuous threads are woven separately from the others weaving threads in order to avoid the cost of a stage additional, to obtain high stretching properties and recovery, and to give a high smoothness to the surface of the tissue.

In addition, it is preferable that the tissue be incorporated or pasted less than about 3% by weight of resin material or similar, since such resin treatment it can add costs, and the advantages of the invention are They get without incurring those costs. Another advantage of the invention is that the bicomponent filament polyesters do not need Partially removed from the tissue by chemical means, for example, with application of a chemical treatment such as a solution highly alkaline Even when such chemical treatments and of resin can be used together with the invention, it is considered that Stretching and tissue recovery properties could be seen engaged thus, it is preferable to eliminate said steps added.

The fabric of the invention can be ligament Taffeta, twill or satin. Some examples of useful twill ligaments include regular asados (for example, 2/1 asados, 1/2, 1/3 and 2/2), modified asados (in which they have been added some additional elevations to the plane of the fabric), herringbone pattern, dotted roasted. Some examples of useful satin ligaments include 5-wire fabrics (for example 1/5 and 2/5) and 8-wire (for example 3/8).

The types of loom that can be used to make the flat tissues of the invention comprise the looms of air jet, shuttle looms, water jet looms, spear looms, and pliers (throwing) looms.

Before being tested, tissues and fibers were conditioned for 16 hours at 21 ° C +/- 1 ° C and 65% +/- 2% of RH.

The values after the contraction by Thermofixed were measured as follows. A sample of the bicomposed polyester filament to be used in a skein of 5000 +/- 5 total denier (5550 dtex) with a blade at a tension of approximately 0.1 gpd (0.09 dN / tex). The skein was conditioned to 70 +/- 2ºF (21 +/- 1ºC) and 65 +/- 2% relative humidity for a minimum of 16 hours. The hank was hung in a substantially vertical position of  a support, at the bottom of the skein a weight of 1.5 mg / den (1.35 mg / dtex) (for example, 7.5 g for a skein of 5550 dtex), the counterbalanced skein was allowed to reach a length of balance, and the length of the skein was measured to within 1mm and registered as "C_ {b}". The weight of 1.35 mg / dtex was left in the skein for the duration of the test. Then, a weight of 500 g (100 mg / d; 90 mg / dtex) of the lower part of the skein, and The length of the skein was measured to within 1mm and recorded as "L_ {b}". The contraction value per wavy (percentage) (before heat setting, as described below for this test), "CC_ {b}", was calculated according to the formula

CC_ {b} = 100x (L_ {b} -C_ {b}) / L_ {b}.

The weight of 500 g was removed and the skein was hung after a stretcher and heat set, weighing 1.35 mg / dtex included, in an oven for 5 minutes at approximately 225ºF (107 ° C), after which the stretcher and skein were removed from the oven and conditioned as before for two hours. This stage It is intended to simulate a commercial dry heat setting, which is a way to develop the final wavy of the bicomposed fiber.  The length of the skein was measured as before, and its length was registered as "C_ {a}". The weight of 500 g was hung again of the skein, the length of the skein was measured as before and it was registered as "L_ {a}". The value (%) was calculated, "CC_ {a}" of shrinkage contraction after heat setting according to the formula

CC_ {a} = 100x (L_ {a} -C_ {a}) / L_ {a}.

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In the examples, unless indicated On the contrary, a Dornier spear loom was used 500 passes through minute to make 55-inch flat tissues per inch (22 passes / cm) and 1/3 of 62 passes per inch (24 passes (cm) at the loom exit. The thread of poly (ethylene terephthalate) and poly (trimethylene) terephthalate) ("two-component polyester thread") was 150 Denier (167 dtex), Elasterelle T-400 of 34 filaments, available at DuPont Textiles and Interiors; it was from a 40% by weight of poly (ethylene terephthalate) and 60% by weight of poly (trimethylene terephthalate) and had a shrinkage value by corrugated after heat setting of 47%. Before folding, the bicomposed fiber threads to use in the warp were set at 300 yards / minute (274 m / minute) with a sizing of poly (vinyl alcohol) using a Suziki crusher simple line in which the temperature of the sizing bath was adjusted at 107ºF (42ºC). The pressed wire was dried at 190 ° F (88 ° C) for 5 minutes The filling thread was continuous spun cotton Number 30 cotton rings. Poly (ethylene) thread terephthalate) ("monocomposite polyester yarn") when used, it was a continuous 50 thread, textured and interwoven of 150 denier (167 dtex), manufactured by Unifil, Inc.

Each raw tissue was finished by passing it to Low voltage by hot water three times at 160ºF, 180ºF and 202ºF (71 ° C, 82 ° C and 94 ° C respectively); then I know unrepresented / pre-discredited with 6% by weight of Synthazyme® (a starch-hydrolyzing enzyme from Dooley Chemicals LLC), 1% by weight of Lubit® 64 (a non-lubricant ion of Sybron, Inc.), and 0.5% by weight of Merpol® LFH (a brand Registered sulfactant from E.I. duPont de Nemours and Company) a 160ºF (71ºC) for 30 minutes, followed by an addition of 0.5% by Trisodium phosphate weight. Then the tissue was then described with 1% by weight of Lubit® 64 and 1% by weight of Merpol® LFH at 110ºF (43 ° C) for 5 minutes, jet dyed with a dye of yellow dispersion (and a yellow reactive dye when the cotton was present in the tissue) at 230ºF (110ºC) for 30 minutes at a pH of 5.2, and then heat set on a tending frame at 340ºF (171ºC) for 40 seconds while being fed inferiorly in the direction of the warp. (The percentages of Weight for finishing components are based on the weight of the tissue).

The percentage of available stretching of Tissues from the examples were measured as follows. Three were cut 60x6.5 cm sample specimens of each tissue. The dimension Long corresponded to the warp address. Each specimen is It also unraveled each side until it is 5 cm wide. A end of the fabric bent to form a loop, and sewed a seam across the width to fix said loop. 6.5 cm from  unlaced end of the fabric was drawn a first line, and 50 cm away ("GL") from the first line, a second line was drawn. The sample was conditioned for at least 16 hours at 20 +/- 2 ° C and 65 +/- 2% relative humidity. Then the sample was held by the First line and hung vertically. A weight of 30 Newton was hung of the loop, and the sample was exercised 3 times leaving in turn it was stretched by weight for 3 seconds and the weight was then supported so that the tissue was Discharged. The weight was reapplied, and the distance was marked between the lines ("ML") to the nearest millimeter. The percentage of available stretch was calculated with formula I,

(I)% stretched available = 100 x (ML - GL) / GL.

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The tissue recovery percentage of the examples were calculated as 100% minus the percentage of tissue growth (% tissue growth), which was measured as follow. Three new specimens were prepared as described. for the available stretch test, they were extended to 80% of the stretched available previously determined, and remained in the extended condition for 30 minutes. Then they will left at rest without restriction for 60 minutes, and the length ("L_ {2}") between the lines was measured again. He tissue growth percentage was calculated with the formula II,

(II)% tissue growth = 100 x (L2 - GL) / GL

and the results of the three specimens are they averaged.

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When describing thread repeat patterns of warp in the tissue ligaments of the examples, "bi" means bicomposite and "mono" means monocomposite. The repetition patterns used were those that were more uniforms for the weight percentage of the warp threads of Two-component filaments present. For example, when the threads bicomposes were at a level of 50 percent by weight, the Repeat pattern was bi / mono / bi / mono instead of bi / bi / mono / mono. Although mostly uniform repeat patterns are used to obtain a high uniformity of tissue in the superficial aspect, stretched and recovery, such patterns are not necessary.

The stretching properties available ("Stretched") and "Recovery" of the tissues made in the Examples are presented in Tables I (flat tissues) and II (twill fabrics). For clarity, the threads used in the Examples they had the same linear density, so that the final percentage of The warp is the same as the weight percentage of the warp. In the Tables, the "percentage by weight of bicomposites" is based on the total warp weight. "% By weight stretch per bicomponent "and"% by recovery weight per bicomposed "refer to the relative amount of thread of Bicomposed polyester only in the warp.

Examples Example 1

A flat weave of taffeta was made where the Warp had a thread ratio of 1: 1 (weight ratio 50/50) of bicomposed polyester thread with respect to a polyester thread monocomposite, arranged alternately in 86 threads / inch (34 threads / cm) at the loom outlet. The fabric was 80 inches (203 cm) wide on the loom and 78 inches (198 cm) wide outside the loom in raw state. After dyeing and finishing, the fabric had a thread density of 100 threads / inch (39 threads / cm) and 96 passes (inch (38 passes (cm), weighed 4.86 oz / yard 2), (165 g / m2) and contained 28% by weight of yarn Two-component polyester, based on the total weight of the fabric.

Example 2

A flat weave of taffeta was made where the Warp had a thread ratio of 1: 2 (weight ratio 33/67) of bicomposed polyester thread with respect to the thread of monocomposite polyester, arranged according to a repeat pattern bi / mono / mono in 86 threads / inch (34 threads / cm) at the loom outlet. The fabric was 80 inches (203 cm) wide on the loom and 78 inches (198 cm) wide outside the loom in the raw state. After of dyeing and finishing, the fabric had thread densities of 90 threads / inch (35 threads (cm) and 97 passes / inch (38 threads / inch), weighed 4.49 oz / yard 2 (152 g / m2), and contained 19% by weight of two-component polyester yarn, based in the total weight of the tissue.

Example 3

A flat weave of taffeta was made where the Warp had a thread ratio of 1: 3 (weight ratio 25/75) of bicomposed polyester thread with respect to the thread of monocomposite polyester, arranged according to a repeat pattern bi / mono / mono / mono in 86 threads / inch (34 threads / cm) at the output of loom. The fabric was 80 inches (203 cm) wide on the loom and 78 inches (198 cm) wide outside the loom in the raw state. After dyeing and finishing, the fabric had densities of 100 thread / inch (39 thread / cm) and 95 pass / inch thread (37 passes / cm), weighed 4.55 oz / yard 2 (154 g / m2), and contained 14% by weight of two-component polyester yarn, based on weight Total tissue

Example 4

A twill weave was made where the warp had a thread ratio of 1: 1 (50/50 weight ratio) of bicomposed polyester thread with respect to polyester thread monocomposite, arranged alternately in 86 threads / inch (34 threads / cm) at the loom outlet. The fabric was 80 inches (203 cm) wide on the loom and 75 inches (190 cm) wide in condition raw. After dyeing and finishing, the fabric had densities  of 104 thread / inch (41 thread / cm) and 88 pass / inch (35 passes / cm), weighed 5.47 oz / yard 2 (185 g / m2), and contained 27% by weight of two-component polyester yarn, based on weight Total tissue

Example 5

A twill weave was made where the warp had a thread ratio of 1: 2 (weight ratio 33/67) of bicomposed polyester thread with respect to polyester thread monocomposite, arranged in a bi / mono / mono repeat pattern in 86 threads / inch (34 threads / cm) at the loom outlet. The tissue It was 80 inches (203 cm) wide on the loom and 75 inches (190 cm) wide in the raw state. After dyeing and finishing, the fabric had a thread density of 90 threads / inch (35 threads / cm) and 92 passes / inch (36 passes / cm), weighed 4.92 oz / yard 2 (167 g / m2), and contained 18% by weight of yarn Two-component polyester, based on the total weight of the fabric.

Example 6

A twill weave was made where the warp had a thread ratio of 1: 3 (25/75 weight ratio) of bicomposed polyester thread with respect to polyester thread monocomposite, arranged in a repeat pattern bi / mono / mono / mono in 86 threads / inch (34 threads (cm) at loom outlet. The fabric was 80 inches (203 cm) wide in the loom and 78 inches (198 cm) wide in the raw state. After of dyeing and finishing, the fabric had thread densities of 100 threads / inch (39 threads / cm) and 107 passes / inch (42 passes / cm), weighed 5.67 oz / yard 2 (192 g / m2), and contained 13% by weight of two-component polyester yarn, based on weight Total tissue

Example 7

A flat weave of taffeta was made where the Warp had a thread ratio of 1: 1 (weight ratio 50/50) of bicomposed polyester thread with respect to a cotton number 30 continuous spinning of rings, arranged alternately in 86 threads / inch (34 threads / cm) at the loom outlet. The tissue It was 80 inches (203 cm) wide on the loom and 78 inches (198 cm) wide in the raw state. After dyeing and finishing, the raw fabric had wire densities of 88 threads / inch (35 threads / cm) and 98 passes / inch (39 passes / cm), weighed 4.78 oz / yard 2 (162 g / m2), and contained 28% by weight of yarn Two-component polyester, based on the total weight of the fabric.

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Example 8

A twill weave was made where the warp had a thread ratio of 1: 2 (weight ratio 33/67) of bicomposed polyester thread with respect to polyester thread monocomposite, arranged according to a repeat pattern bi / mono / mono 86 threads / inch (34 threads / cm) at the loom outlet. The weft was a monocomposite polyester thread. The fabric was 80 inches (203 cm) wide on the loom and 75 inches (190 cm) from raw width. After dyeing and finishing, the fabric had a thread density of 120 threads / inch (47 threads / cm) and 90 passes / inch (35 passes / cm), weighed 5.85 oz / yard2 (198 g / m2), and contained 18% by weight of polyester yarn bicomposed, based on the total weight of the tissue.

Example 9

A flat weave of taffeta was made where the Warp had a thread ratio of 1: 1 (weight ratio 50/50) of the bicomposed polyester thread with respect to the monocomposite polyester, alternately arranged in 86 threads / inch (34 threads / cm) at the loom outlet. Weft thread It was entirely of bicomposed polyester thread. The fabric had 80 inches (203 cm) wide on the loom and 76 inches (193 cm) from raw width. After dyeing and finishing, the fabric had a stretch available in the warp addresses and of the weft of 26% and 25% respectively, and wire densities of 112 threads / inch (44 threads / cm) and 95 passes / inch (37 passes / cm). The weight of the tissue was 5.8 oz / yard2 (197 g / m2), and contained 72% by weight of polyester yarn bicomposed, based on the total weight of the tissue.

Example 10

A twill weave was made where the warp had a thread ratio of 1: 1 (50/50 weight ratio) of bicomposed polyester thread with respect to polyester thread monocomposite, arranged alternately in 86 threads / inch (34 threads / cm) at the loom outlet. The weft threads were threads of Number 30 bicomposite and cotton polyester spun yarn Continuous rings, pic to pic fabrics. The fabric was 80 inches (203 cm) wide on the loom and 76 inches (103 cm) wide on raw state After dyeing and finishing, the fabric had a stretched 50% and 17% available at warp directions and of the weft respectively, and a thread densities of 115 threads / inch (45 threads / cm) and 90 passes / inch (35 passes / cm). He tissue weighed 6.44 oz / yard 2 (218 g / m2), and contained a 50% bicomposed polyester yarn, based on the total weight of the tissue.

Example eleven

A flat weave of taffeta was made where the weft had a thread ratio of 1: 1 (weight ratio 50/50) of bicomposed polyester thread with respect to the thread of monocomposite polyester, alternately arranged in 86 threads / inch (34 threads / cm) at the loom outlet. Weft threads they were two-component polyester thread and polyester thread monocomposite, pic to pic fabrics. The fabric was 80 inches (203 cm) wide on the loom and 75 inches (190 cm) wide in condition raw. After dyeing and finishing, the fabric had 31% and 18% stretch available in warp and warp directions the weft respectively, and wire densities of 94 threads / inch (37 threads / cm) and 102 passes / inch (40 passes / cm). The tissue weighed 5.64 oz / yard 2 (191 g / m2), and contained a 50% by weight of two-component polyester yarn, based on weight Total tissue

Example 12

(Comparison)

A flat weave of taffeta was made where the warp was entirely bicomposed polyester thread; this is the Thread ratio was 1: 0. The weft thread was 30cc cotton continuous spinning of rings. An air jet loom was used Rutti at 500 passes per minute. On the loom, the densities of the thread  were 70 threads / inch (28 threads / cm) and 50 passes / inch (20 passes / cm). The fabric was 67 inches (170 cm) wide in the loom and 65 inches (165 cm) in the raw state. After dyeing and finished, the fabric had a weight of 3.47 oz / yard2 (118 g / m2) and wire densities of 74 threads / inch (29 threads / cm) and 72 passes / inch (28 passes / cm), and contained 54% by weight of two-component polyester yarn, based on total weight of the tissue.

TABLE 1

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The data in Tables I and II show that unexpectedly and disproportionately (compared to its content  of bicomposed continuous wires) the fabrics of the invention they presented high stretching and recovery properties. The expression "nm" indicates a value that was not "measured".

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1. A flat fabric stretched by warp selected from the group consisting of a taffeta ligament,  twill and satin, comprising:
a plurality of weft threads and a plurality of warp threads, where approximately 15 to approximately 55 percent by weight of warp threads they are bicomposite polyester continuous filament threads that they comprise poly (ethylene terephthalate) and poly (trimethylene terephthalate) and having a value of wavy contraction after heat setting of approximately 20% to approximately 80%.
2. Fabric according to claim 1, wherein about 22 to about 33 percent by weight of the warp threads are continuous filament threads of Bicomposite polyester.
3. Fabric according to claim 1, wherein the two-strand continuous filament warp yarns are woven separately from the other warp threads in the ligament of flat fabric
4. Fabric according to claim 1, wherein the weft threads comprise a first thread and a second thread, and in the that the first thread comprises two-component continuous filaments of poly (ethylene terephthalate) and poly (trimethylene) terephthalate).
5. Fabric of claim 4, wherein the weft has a ligament selected from the group consisting of pic to pic and in co-insertion.
6. Fabric of claim 4, wherein the Second thread is a spun yarn.
7. Fabric according to claim 1, wherein the fabric has a repeating pattern of the warp thread selected to be as uniform for the percentage by weight of polyester two-component filament warp threads present.
8. Fabric of claim 1, comprising from about 13 percent by weight to about a 28 percent by weight of two-component polyester yarns, based on the total weight of the fabric, in which the bicomposed threads are present only in the warp.
9. Fabric of claim 1, comprising from about 13 percent by weight to about a 19 percent by weight of two-component polyester yarns, based on The total weight of the tissue.
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