JP2001115347A - Cellulose rayon fiber yarn and fabric by using the same - Google Patents

Cellulose rayon fiber yarn and fabric by using the same

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JP2001115347A
JP2001115347A JP29015699A JP29015699A JP2001115347A JP 2001115347 A JP2001115347 A JP 2001115347A JP 29015699 A JP29015699 A JP 29015699A JP 29015699 A JP29015699 A JP 29015699A JP 2001115347 A JP2001115347 A JP 2001115347A
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Atsuji Naito
篤二 内藤
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To obtain a cellulose rayon fiber yarn excellent in bulkiness and resilience hardly causing crease, having dry touch such as a hemp fiber, and excellent in hygroscopic properties and moisture-releasing properties by using a yarn including a cellulose rayon fiber obtained by using a bamboo as a raw material, and further to provide the fabric obtained by using the same. SOLUTION: This cellulose rayon fiber yarn includes the cellulose rayon fiber obtained by using the bamboo as the raw material, and is a spun yarn comprising single fibers having 0.5-20 d sizes, and having 400-1,500 T/m real twist (T is a twist count). The cellulose rayon fiber is at least one kind of fiber selected from a viscose rayon, a cuprammonium rayon, an acetate, a triacetate and a purified cellulose, and preferably has a transformed and modified cross section with concave and convex faces.

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【発明の詳細な説明】DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
【0001】[0001]
【発明の属する技術分野】本発明は、竹を原料とするセ
ルロースレーヨン繊維を含む糸及びこれを用いた布帛に
関する。さらに詳しくは、張り、腰に優れたセルロース
レーヨン繊維糸及びこれを用いた布帛に関する。
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a yarn containing cellulose rayon fiber from bamboo and a fabric using the same. More specifically, the present invention relates to a cellulose rayon fiber yarn having excellent tension and stiffness, and a fabric using the same.
【0002】[0002]
【従来の技術】従来からレーヨン糸を用いた織物や編み
物は、独特の風合いと色調の良さから、長年の間婦人服
などで使用されてきている。しかしながら、レーヨン糸
を用いた織物や編み物は、張りと腰が弱く、皺になりや
すく、かつへたり易い性質を有するため、その需要は年
々減少している。この原因は、レーヨン糸の原料である
木材パルプの分子そのものの構造又はパルプ分子の長さ
がそれ程長くないことに起因していると思われる。
2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, woven or knitted fabrics using rayon yarn have been used in women's clothing and the like for many years because of their unique texture and good color. However, the demand for woven or knitted fabrics using rayon yarns is decreasing year by year because the fabrics and knitted fabrics are weak in tension and waist, easily wrinkled, and easily set. This is considered to be due to the fact that the structure of the molecule itself of the wood pulp as the raw material of the rayon yarn or the length of the pulp molecule is not so long.
【0003】[0003]
【発明が解決しようとする課題】本発明は、前記従来の
問題を解決するため、竹を原料とするセルロースレーヨ
ン繊維を含む糸を用いることにより、張り及び腰に優れ
たセルロースレーヨン繊維糸及びこれを用いた布帛を提
供することを目的とする。
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION In order to solve the above-mentioned conventional problems, the present invention provides a cellulose rayon fiber yarn having excellent tension and stiffness by using a yarn containing cellulose rayon fiber made of bamboo. An object is to provide a used fabric.
【0004】[0004]
【課題を解決するための手段】前記目的を達成するた
め、本発明のセルロースレーヨン繊維糸は、竹を原料と
するセルロースレーヨン繊維を含む糸であって、前記糸
は単繊維の繊度が0.5〜20デニールの範囲の紡績糸
であり、400〜1500T/m(ただしTは撚の回
数)の範囲の実撚が付与されていることを特徴とする。
竹を原料とするセルロースレーヨン繊維は、驚くほどに
張り及び腰がある。これは多分に、天然の竹が本来的に
もつ分子配向性の高さ及び分子長が長いことに起因して
いると思われる。 前記糸においては、竹を原料とする
セルロースレーヨン繊維が、ビスコースレーヨン、銅ア
ンモニアレーヨン、アセテート、トリアセテート及び精
製セルロースから選ばれる少なくとも一種の繊維である
ことが好ましい。
In order to achieve the above object, a cellulose rayon fiber yarn of the present invention is a yarn containing cellulose rayon fiber made from bamboo, and the yarn has a single fiber fineness of 0.1%. The spun yarn has a denier in the range of 5 to 20 deniers and is provided with real twist in the range of 400 to 1500 T / m (where T is the number of twists).
Bamboo-based cellulose rayon fibers are surprisingly tight and firm. This is probably due to the high molecular orientation inherent in natural bamboo and the long molecular length. In the yarn, it is preferable that the cellulose rayon fiber made of bamboo is at least one fiber selected from viscose rayon, cuprammonium rayon, acetate, triacetate and purified cellulose.
【0005】また前記糸においては、セルロースレーヨ
ン繊維の断面が、凹凸面を有する変形異形断面であるこ
とが好ましい。このような断面形状であると、麻繊維の
ような乾いた感触があるうえ、空洞も有するので、吸湿
性、放湿性にも優れる。
[0005] In the yarn, the cross section of the cellulose rayon fiber is preferably a deformed irregular cross section having an uneven surface. Such a cross-sectional shape has a dry feel like hemp fiber and also has a cavity, so that it is excellent in hygroscopicity and moisture release.
【0006】また前記糸においては、単繊維の繊度は
0.5〜20デニールの範囲であり、好ましくは1.5
〜10デニールの範囲である。繊度が0.5デニール未
満では、高い張り及び腰を得られなくなる傾向となり、
20デニールを超えると粗硬感が発現して衣料用途には
不向きなものとなる。
[0006] In the yarn, the fineness of the single fiber is in the range of 0.5 to 20 denier, preferably 1.5 denier.
-10 denier. If the fineness is less than 0.5 denier, it tends to be impossible to obtain high tension and waist,
If it exceeds 20 denier, a rough and hard feeling is exhibited, which is unsuitable for use in clothing.
【0007】また前記糸においては、紡績糸は梳毛紡績
糸(長紡紡績糸)、カード紡績糸(短紡紡績糸)、オー
プンエンド紡績糸、結束紡績糸などであってもよいが、
梳毛紡績糸であることが好ましい。
In the yarn, the spun yarn may be a worsted spun yarn (long spun yarn), a card spun yarn (short spun yarn), an open-end spun yarn, a bound spun yarn, or the like.
It is preferably a worsted spun yarn.
【0008】また前記糸においては、繊維長は30〜2
00mmの範囲であることが好ましく、長紡の場合は梳
毛糸の繊維長が、70〜200mmの範囲であることが
好ましい。長紡紡績糸として取り扱いやすいからであ
る。
In the above yarn, the fiber length is 30 to 2
It is preferably in the range of 00 mm, and in the case of long spinning, the fiber length of the worsted yarn is preferably in the range of 70 to 200 mm. This is because it is easy to handle as a long spun yarn.
【0009】また前記糸においては、実撚の範囲は40
0〜1500T/m、好ましくは500〜1200T/
mである。この範囲は中〜強撚糸に属するもので、中〜
強撚を掛けることにより、張り及び腰の性質を引き出し
やすい。なお糸番手は、一例として28番手(梳毛糸番
手)で10〜50番の範囲を用いることができ、36番
手以上は水溶性ビニロン(ポリビニルアルコール)繊維
を補強繊維として用い、後に水又は湯洗浄して除去する
ことにより得ることができる。
In the above yarn, the real twist range is 40.
0 to 1500 T / m, preferably 500 to 1200 T /
m. This range belongs to medium to high twist yarns,
By applying a strong twist, it is easy to draw out the properties of tension and waist. The yarn count is, for example, 28-count (worsted yarn count) in the range of 10 to 50, and water-soluble vinylon (polyvinyl alcohol) fiber is used as the reinforcing fiber for count 36 and higher, and subsequently washed with water or hot water. And then removed.
【0010】また前記糸においては、竹を原料とするセ
ルロースレーヨン繊維を100%使いとしても良いが、
前記レーヨン繊維に天然繊維、竹以外を原料とする再生
繊維及び合成繊維を任意の割合で混合しても良い。混合
する繊維(混紡繊維)の具体例としては、天然繊維の場
合は、木綿、麻、絹、羊毛、カシミヤ、アルパカ、モヘ
ヤ、アンゴラ、ラクダ、ロシアンセーブル、ガナコなど
であり、再生繊維としては竹以外を原料とする一般のビ
スコースレーヨン、銅アンモニアレーヨン、アセテー
ト、トリアセテート及び精製セルロースなどであり、合
成繊維としてはナイロン、ポリエステル、アクリル等で
ある。
In the yarn, 100% cellulose rayon fiber made from bamboo may be used.
The rayon fiber may be mixed with a natural fiber, a recycled fiber made of a material other than bamboo, and a synthetic fiber at an arbitrary ratio. Specific examples of fibers to be mixed (blended fibers) include cotton, hemp, silk, wool, cashmere, alpaca, mohair, angora, camel, Russian sable, and ganako in the case of natural fibers, and bamboo as regenerated fibers. Other materials include general viscose rayon, copper ammonia rayon, acetate, triacetate, purified cellulose, and the like, and synthetic fibers such as nylon, polyester, and acrylic.
【0011】次に本発明の布帛は、前記のセルロースレ
ーヨン繊維糸を用いた織物又は編み物であることを特徴
とする。この布帛は、プレーンな布帛であっても良い
し、強撚糸を用いてしぼ織物とすることもできる。
Next, the fabric of the present invention is characterized by being a woven or knitted fabric using the above-mentioned cellulose rayon fiber yarn. This cloth may be a plain cloth, or may be a woven grain using strong twisted yarn.
【0012】[0012]
【発明の実施の形態】竹を原料とするセルロースレーヨ
ン繊維は、一般のレーヨン繊維と同様な処理により製造
することができる。例えばビスコースレーヨンの場合
は、竹を原料とするパルプをアルカリ及び二硫化炭素と
反応させ、アルカリリザンテートとして苛性ソーダに溶
解して紡糸し、セルロースを凝固・再生することにより
製造する。前記ビスコースレーヨンの製造方法も含め
て、銅アンモニアレーヨン、アセテート、トリアセテー
ト及び精製セルロースの詳細は、繊維学会編、「繊維便
覧第2版」、丸善、1994年3月25日発行の92〜99に記載
されており、本発明においてもこれを適用できる。
BEST MODE FOR CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION Cellulose rayon fibers made from bamboo can be produced by the same treatment as general rayon fibers. For example, in the case of viscose rayon, pulp made from bamboo is reacted with alkali and carbon disulfide, dissolved in caustic soda as an alkali risantate, spun, and cellulose is coagulated and regenerated. Details of cuprammonium rayon, acetate, triacetate, and purified cellulose, including the method of producing the viscose rayon, are described in “Textile Handbook, 2nd Edition”, edited by The Society of Fiber Science and Technology, Maruzen, 92-99, published March 25, 1994. And this can be applied to the present invention.
【0013】[0013]
【実施例】以下説明の都合上、竹を原料としたビスコー
スレーヨン繊維を用いた実施例を説明する。以下の実施
例において、番手は梳毛糸番手を意味する。なお本発明
は下記の実施例に限定されるものではない、
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS For the convenience of explanation, an embodiment using viscose rayon fiber made of bamboo will be described. In the following examples, count means worsted yarn count. The present invention is not limited to the following examples,
【0014】[0014]
【実施例1】インド産の竹を原料としたビスコースレー
ヨン繊維(繊度:6デニール、繊維長:120mm)を
用いた。この繊維の断面形状を図1に示す。図1は電子
顕微鏡(SEM)による2000倍の断面写真である。
断面は凹凸面を有する変形異形であり、繊維の長さ方向
に空洞を有するものであった。この繊維を通常の長紡紡
績に用いる梳毛工程にかけ、スライバーを作成し、その
後リング撚糸機を用いて、28番手で撚数が900T/
mの梳毛紡績糸(長紡紡績糸)を得た。
Example 1 Viscose rayon fiber (fineness: 6 denier, fiber length: 120 mm) made from Indian bamboo was used. The cross-sectional shape of this fiber is shown in FIG. FIG. 1 is a photograph taken at a magnification of 2000 times by an electron microscope (SEM).
The cross section was a deformed irregular shape having an uneven surface, and had a cavity in the length direction of the fiber. The fiber is subjected to a worsting process used for ordinary long spinning to produce a sliver, and then, using a ring twisting machine, a twist of 900 T /
m worsted spun yarn (long spun yarn).
【0015】この紡績糸を単糸使いで経糸と緯糸に用
い、経糸密度42本/インチ、緯糸密度37本/イン
チ、織物組織:平織、目付:125g/m2 を得た。
The spun yarn was used for warp and weft using a single yarn to obtain a warp density of 42 yarns / inch and a weft yarn density of 37 yarns / inch, a woven fabric structure of plain weave, and a basis weight of 125 g / m 2 .
【0016】得られた織物を常法に従って染色仕上げ
し、紳士用及び婦人用のジャケットに縫製し、着用試験
をしたところ、従来のレーヨン繊維織物にはない驚くほ
どに張り及び腰があるものとなった。シワにもなりにく
かった。また、麻繊維のような乾いた感触があるうえ、
吸湿性、放湿性にも優れていることが確認できた。
The obtained woven fabric was dyed and finished according to a conventional method, sewed on men's and women's jackets, and subjected to a wear test. Was. It was hard to wrinkle. Also, it has a dry feel like hemp fiber,
It was confirmed that it was also excellent in hygroscopicity and moisture release.
【0017】[0017]
【実施例2】前記実施例1と同様のビスコースレーヨン
繊維を用いて梳毛式長紡紡績工程により16番手、撚数
が680T/mの梳毛紡績糸(長紡紡績糸)を得た。
EXAMPLE 2 A worsted spun yarn (long spun yarn) having a count of 16 and a twist number of 680 T / m was obtained by the carding type long spinning process using the same viscose rayon fiber as in Example 1 above.
【0018】この紡績糸を単糸使いで経糸と緯糸に用
い、経糸密度34本/インチ、緯糸密度34本/イン
チ、織物組織:平織、目付:235g/m2 を得た。
The spun yarn was used for warp and weft by using a single yarn to obtain a warp density of 34 yarns / inch, a weft density of 34 yarns / inch, a woven fabric structure of plain weave, and a basis weight of 235 g / m 2 .
【0019】得られた織物を常法に従って染色仕上げ
し、紳士用及び婦人用のジャケットに縫製し、着用試験
をしたところ、従来のレーヨン繊維織物にはない驚くほ
どに張り及び腰があるものとなった。シワにもなりにく
かった。また、麻繊維のような乾いた感触があるうえ、
吸湿性、放湿性にも優れていることが確認できた。
The obtained woven fabric was dyed and finished according to a conventional method, sewed on men's and women's jackets, and subjected to a wearing test. Was. It was hard to wrinkle. Also, it has a dry feel like hemp fiber,
It was confirmed that it was also excellent in hygroscopicity and moisture release.
【0020】[0020]
【実施例3】紡紡績工程において、補強繊維として水溶
性ビニロン(ポリビニルアルコール)繊維(繊度:2デ
ニール、繊維長:120mm)を20重量%用いた以外
は、実施例1と同様に梳毛式長紡紡績工程により43番
手、撚数が1020T/mの梳毛紡績糸(長紡紡績糸)
を得た。
Example 3 In the spinning step, a worsted length was used in the same manner as in Example 1, except that 20% by weight of a water-soluble vinylon (polyvinyl alcohol) fiber (fineness: 2 denier, fiber length: 120 mm) was used as a reinforcing fiber. Worsted spun yarn (long spun yarn) having a yarn count of 43 and a twist of 1020 T / m by the spinning process
I got
【0021】この紡績糸を単糸使いで経糸と緯糸に用
い、経糸密度73本/インチ、緯糸密度62本/イン
チ、織物組織:平織/綾織混合のメッシュ、目付:14
0g/m 2 を得た。
This spun yarn is used for warp and weft using single yarn.
Warp density 73 threads / inch, weft density 62 threads / inch
H, woven structure: plain / twill mixed mesh, basis weight: 14
0 g / m Two I got
【0022】得られた織物を常法に従って染色仕上げ
し、婦人用のワンピースに縫製し、着用試験をしたとこ
ろ、従来のレーヨン繊維織物にはない驚くほどに張り及
び腰があるものとなった。シワにもなりにくかった。ま
た、麻繊維のような乾いた感触があるうえ、吸湿性、放
湿性にも優れていることが確認できた。
The obtained woven fabric was dyed and finished according to a conventional method, sewn into a one-piece dress for women, and subjected to a wearing test. It was hard to wrinkle. In addition, it was confirmed that it had a dry feel like hemp fiber and was excellent in hygroscopicity and moisture release.
【0023】[0023]
【実施例4】前記実施例1と同様に梳毛式長紡紡績工程
により28番手、撚数が900T/mの梳毛紡績糸(長
紡紡績糸)を得た。
Example 4 In the same manner as in Example 1, a worsted spun yarn (long spun yarn) having a yarn count of 28 and a twist of 900 T / m was obtained by a worsted long spinning process.
【0024】この紡績糸をS撚とZ撚を交互に単糸使い
で経糸と緯糸に用い、経糸密度44本/インチ、緯糸密
度39本/インチ、織物組織:平織(しぼ織物)、目
付:150g/m2 を得た。
This spun yarn is used for warp and weft using single yarn alternately in S-twist and Z-twist, and has a warp density of 44 / inch, a weft density of 39 / inch, a fabric structure: plain weave (grain fabric), and a basis weight: 150 g / m 2 were obtained.
【0025】得られた織物を常法に従って染色仕上げ
し、婦人用のブラウスに縫製し、着用試験をしたとこ
ろ、従来のレーヨン繊維織物にはない驚くほどに張り及
び腰があるものとなった。シワにもなりにくかった。ま
た、麻繊維のような乾いた感触があるうえ、吸湿性、放
湿性にも優れていることが確認できた。
The obtained woven fabric was dyed and finished in a conventional manner, sewed on a blouse for women, and subjected to a wearing test. As a result, it was found that the woven fabric had surprisingly tightness and waist which cannot be obtained by the conventional rayon fiber woven fabric. It was hard to wrinkle. In addition, it was confirmed that it had a dry feel like hemp fiber and was excellent in hygroscopicity and moisture release.
【0026】[0026]
【実施例5】前記実施例1と同様のビスコースレーヨン
繊維を30重量%、シルク(平均繊度:1.4デニー
ル、平均繊維長:76mm)を60重量%、ナイロン
(1.5デニール、51mm)を10重量%混紡して梳
毛式長紡紡績工程により、16番手、撚数が500T/
mの梳毛紡績糸(長紡紡績糸)を得た。
Example 5 The same viscose rayon fiber as in Example 1 was used at 30% by weight, silk (average fineness: 1.4 denier, average fiber length: 76 mm) at 60% by weight, and nylon (1.5 denier, 51 mm). ) Was mixed at 10% by weight and the worsted-type long spinning process was performed to produce a 16-count yarn with a twist of 500 T /
m worsted spun yarn (long spun yarn).
【0027】この紡績糸を単糸使いで経糸と緯糸に用
い、経糸密度66本/インチ、緯糸密度41本/イン
チ、織物組織:綾織、目付:283g/m2 を得た。
This spun yarn was used as a warp and a weft by using a single yarn to obtain a warp density of 66 / inch, a weft density of 41 / inch, a fabric structure: twill weave, and a basis weight: 283 g / m 2 .
【0028】得られた織物を常法に従って染色仕上げ
し、紳士用のパンツに縫製し、着用試験をしたところ、
従来のレーヨン繊維織物にはない驚くほどに張り及び腰
があるものとなった。シワにもなりにくかった。また、
麻繊維のような乾いた感触があるうえ、吸湿性、放湿性
にも優れていることが確認できた。
The obtained woven fabric was dyed and finished according to a conventional method, sewed on men's pants, and subjected to a wearing test.
It has surprisingly tightness and stiffness not found in the conventional rayon fiber fabric. It was hard to wrinkle. Also,
It was confirmed that it had a dry feel like hemp fiber and was excellent in hygroscopicity and moisture release.
【0029】[0029]
【実施例6】前記実施例1と同様のビスコースレーヨン
繊維を30重量%、ウール(平均繊度:4.3デニー
ル、平均繊維長:76mm)を40重量%、アルパカ
(平均繊度:7デニール、平均繊維長:76mm)を2
0重量%、ナイロン(2.5デニール、64mm)を1
0重量%混紡して梳毛式長紡紡績工程により、12番
手、撚数が460T/mの梳毛紡績糸(長紡紡績糸)を
得た。
Example 6 The same viscose rayon fiber as in Example 1 was used at 30% by weight, wool (average fineness: 4.3 denier, average fiber length: 76 mm) at 40% by weight, and alpaca (average fineness: 7 denier). (Average fiber length: 76 mm)
0% by weight, 1 nylon (2.5 denier, 64mm)
A worsted spun yarn (long spun yarn) having a 12th count and a twist number of 460 T / m was obtained in a worsted long spinning process by blending 0% by weight.
【0030】この紡績糸を単糸使いで経糸と緯糸に用
い、経糸密度40本/インチ、緯糸密度35本/イン
チ、織物組織:綾織、目付:328g/m2 を得た。
This spun yarn was used as a warp and a weft by using a single yarn to obtain a warp density of 40 yarns / inch and a weft density of 35 yarns / inch, a woven structure: twill weave, and a basis weight: 328 g / m 2 .
【0031】得られた織物を常法に従って染色仕上げ
し、紳士用のコートに縫製し、着用試験をしたところ、
従来のレーヨン繊維織物にはない驚くほどに張り及び腰
があるものとなった。シワにもなりにくかった。また、
麻繊維のような乾いた感触があるうえ、吸湿性、放湿性
にも優れていることが確認できた。
The obtained woven fabric was dyed and finished according to a conventional method, sewed on a coat for men, and subjected to a wearing test.
It has surprisingly tightness and stiffness not found in the conventional rayon fiber fabric. It was hard to wrinkle. Also,
It was confirmed that it had a dry feel like hemp fiber and was excellent in hygroscopicity and moisture release.
【0032】[0032]
【実施例7】インド産の竹を原料としたビスコースレー
ヨン繊維(繊度:1.5デニール、繊維長:38mm)
を用いた。この繊維の断面形状は図1と同様なものであ
った。この繊維を通常の短紡紡績に用いるカード工程に
かけ、スライバーを作成し、その後リング撚糸機を用い
て50番手で撚数が1100T/mの紡績糸を得た。
Example 7 Viscose rayon fiber made from Indian bamboo (fineness: 1.5 denier, fiber length: 38 mm)
Was used. The cross-sectional shape of this fiber was similar to that of FIG. This fiber was subjected to a carding process used for ordinary short spinning to produce a sliver, and then a spun yarn having a yarn count of 1100 T / m with a yarn count of 50 using a ring twisting machine.
【0033】この紡績糸を単糸使いで経糸と緯糸に用
い、経糸密度80本/インチ、緯糸密度76本/イン
チ、織物組織:綾織、目付:220g/m2 を得た。
This spun yarn was used as a warp and a weft by using a single yarn to obtain a warp density of 80 yarns / inch and a weft yarn density of 76 yarns / inch, a woven structure: twill weave, and a basis weight: 220 g / m 2 .
【0034】得られた織物を常法に従って染色仕上げ
し、紳士用及び婦人用の肌着に縫製し、着用試験をした
ところ、従来のレーヨン繊維織物にはない驚くほどに張
り及び腰があるものとなった。シワにもなりにくかっ
た。また、麻繊維のような乾いた感触があるうえ、吸湿
性、放湿性にも優れていることが確認できた。
The obtained woven fabric was dyed and finished in a conventional manner, sewed on men's and women's underwear, and subjected to a wearing test. As a result, the woven fabric had surprising tension and waist not found in the conventional rayon fiber woven fabric. Was. It was hard to wrinkle. In addition, it was confirmed that it had a dry feel like hemp fiber and was excellent in hygroscopicity and moisture release.
【0035】[0035]
【発明の効果】以上説明したとおり、本発明は竹を原料
とするセルロースレーヨン繊維を含む糸を用いることに
より、張り及び腰に優れ、シワにもなりにくく、かつ麻
繊維のような乾いた感触があるうえ、吸湿性、放湿性に
も優れているセルロースレーヨン繊維糸及びこれを用い
た布帛を提供することができる。
As described above, the present invention uses a yarn containing cellulose rayon fiber made of bamboo as a raw material, so that it is excellent in tension and waist, hardly wrinkles, and has a dry feel like hemp fiber. In addition, it is possible to provide a cellulose rayon fiber yarn excellent in hygroscopicity and hygroscopicity and a fabric using the same.
【図面の簡単な説明】[Brief description of the drawings]
【図1】 本発明の一実施例で用いた竹を原料としたビ
スコースレーヨン繊維の電子顕微鏡(SEM)による2
000倍の断面写真図。
FIG. 1 shows an electron microscope (SEM) of a viscose rayon fiber made from bamboo used in one embodiment of the present invention.
FIG.
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Claims (9)

    【特許請求の範囲】[Claims]
  1. 【請求項1】 竹を原料とするセルロースレーヨン繊維
    を含む糸であって、前記糸は単繊維の繊度が0.5〜2
    0デニールの範囲の紡績糸であり、400〜1500T
    /m(ただしTは撚の回数)の範囲の実撚が付与されて
    いることを特徴とするセルロースレーヨン繊維糸。
    1. A yarn containing cellulose rayon fiber made from bamboo, wherein the yarn has a single fiber fineness of 0.5 to 2
    0 denier spun yarn, 400-1500T
    / M (where T is the number of twists).
  2. 【請求項2】 竹を原料とするセルロースレーヨン繊維
    が、ビスコースレーヨン、銅アンモニアレーヨン、アセ
    テート、トリアセテート及び精製セルロースから選ばれ
    る少なくとも一種の繊維である請求項1に記載のセルロ
    ースレーヨン繊維糸。
    2. The cellulose rayon fiber yarn according to claim 1, wherein the bamboo-based cellulose rayon fiber is at least one fiber selected from viscose rayon, cuprammonium rayon, acetate, triacetate and purified cellulose.
  3. 【請求項3】 セルロースレーヨン繊維の断面が、凹凸
    面を有する変形異形断面である請求項1に記載のセルロ
    ースレーヨン繊維糸。
    3. The cellulose rayon fiber yarn according to claim 1, wherein the cross section of the cellulose rayon fiber is a deformed irregular cross section having an uneven surface.
  4. 【請求項4】 単繊維の繊度が1.5〜10デニールの
    範囲である請求項1に記載のセルロースレーヨン繊維
    糸。
    4. The cellulose rayon fiber yarn according to claim 1, wherein the fineness of the single fiber is in the range of 1.5 to 10 denier.
  5. 【請求項5】 紡績糸が、梳毛紡績糸である請求項1に
    記載のセルロースレーヨン繊維糸。
    5. The cellulose rayon fiber yarn according to claim 1, wherein the spun yarn is a worsted spun yarn.
  6. 【請求項6】 繊維長が、30〜200mmの範囲であ
    る請求項1に記載のセルロースレーヨン繊維糸。
    6. The cellulose rayon fiber yarn according to claim 1, wherein the fiber length is in a range of 30 to 200 mm.
  7. 【請求項7】 実撚の範囲が500〜1200T/mで
    ある請求項1に記載のセルロースレーヨン繊維糸。
    7. The cellulose rayon fiber yarn according to claim 1, wherein the real twist range is 500 to 1200 T / m.
  8. 【請求項8】 竹を原料とするセルロースレーヨン繊維
    に、天然繊維、竹以外を原料とする再生繊維及び合成繊
    維を混合した請求項1に記載のセルロースレーヨン繊維
    糸。
    8. The cellulose rayon fiber yarn according to claim 1, wherein natural fiber, regenerated fiber and synthetic fiber other than bamboo are mixed with cellulose rayon fiber from bamboo.
  9. 【請求項9】 請求項1〜8のセルロースレーヨン繊維
    糸を用いた織物又は編み物であることを特徴とする布
    帛。
    9. A woven or knitted fabric using the cellulose rayon fiber yarn according to claim 1.
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