JPH08170238A - Composite crimped yarn - Google Patents

Composite crimped yarn

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JPH08170238A
JPH08170238A JP31200594A JP31200594A JPH08170238A JP H08170238 A JPH08170238 A JP H08170238A JP 31200594 A JP31200594 A JP 31200594A JP 31200594 A JP31200594 A JP 31200594A JP H08170238 A JPH08170238 A JP H08170238A
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Katsuzo Hasegawa
勝三 長谷川
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Abstract

PURPOSE: To obtain a composite crimped yarn free from stuffy feeling regardless of having warm feeling and useful also as a raw material for clothes in autumn or winter season by carrying out false twisting of regenerated cellulose-based multifilament yarn with a polyester multifilament consisting of a spontaneous crimpable type conjugated fiber. CONSTITUTION: This composite crimped yarn is obtained by doubling (A) a regenerated cellulose filament yarn and (B) a polyester multifilament yarn which is spontaneous crimpable conjugated fiber and carrying out false twisting of these components A and B. The blend ratio of these components A and B is (70:30) to (50:50) and the ratio of single yarn denier is (1:10) to (4:1). A woven fabric having light weight and swelling and excellent in stretchability and stiffness as well as liveliness is obtained by using these components.

Description

【発明の詳細な説明】Detailed Description of the Invention

【0001】[0001]

【産業上の利用分野】本発明は複合捲縮糸に関する。FIELD OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to a composite crimped yarn.

【0002】[0002]

【従来の技術】再生セルロース繊維は、その優れた吸湿
性や風合い等衣料用素材として優れた特徴を有するもの
であるが、ウール対比ウォーム感や反発性に劣るため秋
冬用素材としての展開が少なかった。一方、2種の伸度
差のあるポリエステルマルチフィラメント糸に、交絡、
混繊を付与した後、仮撚加工を施して得られる複合捲縮
糸を経糸及び緯糸に用いた織物は、ソフトタッチを有し
ながらハリ、腰のある反発性に優れた梳毛調の織物を与
えるものとして好評であるが、ウール対比ウォーム感が
劣り、又、ムレ感のあるものである。
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION Regenerated cellulosic fibers have excellent characteristics as a material for clothing, such as their excellent hygroscopicity and texture, but they are less developed as a material for autumn and winter because they are inferior to wool in terms of warmth and rebound. It was On the other hand, two types of polyester multifilament yarns with different elongations are entangled,
Woven fabrics that use a composite crimped yarn obtained by false twisting after adding mixed fibers to the warp and weft are a carded-like woven fabric that has a soft touch and is elastic and has excellent resilience. It is well-received as a product to give, but it is inferior in warm feeling to wool and has a stuffy feeling.

【0003】このような再生セルロース繊維とポリエス
テルマルチフィラメント糸を複合仮撚することでムレ感
の改良が可能であるが、このようにしても反発性が損な
われる傾向にあり、かつ、依然ウォーム感に乏しいもの
である。従って、ウォーム感を有しながらムレ感が無
く、軽さ、膨らみがありかつ、ハリ、腰のある反発性に
優れたものが要求されている。
Although it is possible to improve the feeling of stuffiness by composite false twisting such regenerated cellulose fiber and polyester multifilament yarn, the resilience tends to be impaired and the warm feeling still remains. Is poor. Therefore, there is a demand for a material that has a warm feeling but no stuffiness, is light and bulge, and is firm and elastic and has excellent resilience.

【0004】[0004]

【発明が解決しようとする課題】本発明はかかる要求を
満足した複合捲縮糸を提供するものである。
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention provides a composite crimped yarn satisfying these requirements.

【0005】[0005]

【課題を解決するための手段】本発明は、再生セルロー
ス系マルチフィラメント糸とポリエステルマルチフィラ
メント糸を仮撚加工して得られる複合捲縮糸であって、
該ポリエステルマルチフィラメント糸が自発捲縮型複合
繊維であることを特徴とする複合捲縮糸、である。
The present invention provides a composite crimped yarn obtained by false twisting a regenerated cellulose-based multifilament yarn and a polyester multifilament yarn,
A composite crimped yarn, wherein the polyester multifilament yarn is a spontaneous crimped conjugate fiber.

【0006】本発明において、再生セルロース系マルチ
フィラメント糸としては、キュプラ、ビスコースレーヨ
ン、ポリノジックレーヨン等をいい、その単糸デニール
は、0.8〜5デニール好ましくは1〜2デニールがよ
く、又、フィラメント数は10〜100本好ましくは3
0〜80本がよい。さらに本発明においては、沸水収縮
率が4%〜8%好ましくは5%〜7%の再生セルロース
系マルチフィラメント糸を用いると膨らみ感が得られる
ので好ましく、又、沸水収縮率が異なる2種以上のもの
を引き揃え又は20〜100ケ/m程度の交絡数で混繊
して用いても同様によく、その差は1.5%以上好まし
くは3%〜7%がよい。
In the present invention, the regenerated cellulosic multifilament yarn includes cupra, viscose rayon, polynosic rayon, etc., and the single yarn denier is 0.8-5 denier, preferably 1-2 denier. , The number of filaments is 10 to 100, preferably 3
0 to 80 is good. Further, in the present invention, it is preferable to use a regenerated cellulose-based multifilament yarn having a boiling water shrinkage ratio of 4% to 8%, preferably 5% to 7%, since a swelling feeling can be obtained, and two or more different boiling water shrinkage ratios are used. The same thing may be used even if they are aligned or mixed with the number of entanglements of about 20 to 100 / m, and the difference is 1.5% or more, preferably 3% to 7%.

【0007】尚、沸水収縮率の異なる再生セルロース系
マルチフィラメント糸は、再生セルロース系マルチフィ
ラメント糸の紡糸方法を変えることによって得られる。
例えば沸水収縮率はハンク法、ケーク法<ネットプロセ
ス法<連紡法の順に大きく、これらを希望に応じて適宜
組み合わせればよい。又、希望に応じて酸化チタン等の
艶消し剤や公知の各種添加剤を含有させたものを用いて
もよい。
Regenerated cellulose-based multifilament yarns having different boiling water shrinkage ratios can be obtained by changing the spinning method of the regenerated cellulose-based multifilament yarns.
For example, the boiling water shrinkage rate increases in the order of Hank method, cake method <net process method <continuous spinning method, and these may be appropriately combined as desired. If desired, a matting agent such as titanium oxide and various known additives may be used.

【0008】本発明において、自発捲縮型複合繊維と
は、収縮性の異なる2成分を接合した後、加熱や膨潤に
よって収縮させるとコイル状の立体捲縮を生ずるものを
いい、その複合形態は並列型及び偏芯鞘芯型を基本とす
る。特にボイル後の捲縮伸長率が5〜25%好ましくは
7〜20%のものがよい。収縮性の異なる2成分の組み
合わせとしては、繊維形成可能な高分子同士であればよ
いが好ましくはポリエステル、ポリアミドであり特に収
縮性の異なる2成分複合によるポリエステル繊維が好ま
しい。このようなポリエステルとしては、例えば、イソ
フタル酸、スルホイソフタル酸、ジエチレングリコー
ル、2,2−ビス{4−(2−ヒドロキシエトキシ)フ
ェニルプロパン等の第3成分を2〜12モル%共重合し
たポリエステル、又、ジメチル(5−ナトリウムスル
ホ)イソフタル酸が1〜4%共重合されたカチオン可染
性ポリエステルやポリブチレンテレフタレートと、通常
のポリエチレンテレフタレート(酸化チタン等の艶消し
剤を含有させたいわゆるセミダル、フルダル糸を含む)
やカチオン染着座席を有しない他の成分を共重合したポ
リエステルがある。
In the present invention, the spontaneous crimp type conjugate fiber means a coil-like three-dimensional crimp produced by joining two components having different shrinkage properties and then shrinking them by heating or swelling. Basically, parallel type and eccentric sheath core type. In particular, the crimp elongation after boil is 5 to 25%, preferably 7 to 20%. The combination of two components having different shrinkability may be any polymer capable of forming a fiber, but polyesters and polyamides are preferable, and a polyester fiber formed by a two-component composite having different shrinkability is particularly preferable. Examples of such a polyester include a polyester obtained by copolymerizing a second component such as isophthalic acid, sulfoisophthalic acid, diethylene glycol, and 2,2-bis {4- (2-hydroxyethoxy) phenylpropane in an amount of 2 to 12 mol%, Further, cationic dyeable polyester or polybutylene terephthalate copolymerized with 1 to 4% of dimethyl (5-sodium sulfo) isophthalic acid, and ordinary polyethylene terephthalate (so-called semi-dal containing a matting agent such as titanium oxide, (Including fuldal thread)
There are polyesters copolymerized with other components that do not have a cationic dyeing seat.

【0009】本発明における糸条の断面形状は円形より
も非円形断面の糸条が好ましく、特開平2−41438
号公報に開示されているようなW形の偏平横断面を有
し、W形の開口角が90°〜150°のものがウォーム
感、反発性に特に優れたものが得られるので特に好まし
い。本発明では、かかる再生セルロース系マルチフィラ
メント糸と自発捲縮型複合繊維を引き揃えて仮撚加工す
るのであるが、本発明にいう引き揃えて仮撚加工すると
は、そのままで、または交絡、混繊してから同時に供給
したり、又は、フィード差(好ましくは2〜15%程
度)をつけて供給することをいう。尚、2本以上引き揃
えて供給する際の仮撚数の算定におけるD(原糸のデニ
ール)は引き揃えた後のトータルデニールをいう。
The cross-sectional shape of the yarn in the present invention is preferably a non-circular cross-section rather than a circular one.
It is particularly preferable to have a W-shaped flat cross-section as disclosed in Japanese Patent Publication No. JP-A No. 2003-242242, and to have a W-shaped opening angle of 90 ° to 150 ° because a particularly excellent warm feeling and repulsion can be obtained. In the present invention, the regenerated cellulosic multifilament yarn and the spontaneously crimped conjugate fiber are aligned and false twisted. It means that the fibers are supplied at the same time after they are fined, or that they are supplied with a feed difference (preferably about 2 to 15%). In addition, D (denier of the original yarn) in the calculation of the false twist number when aligning and supplying two or more strands means the total denier after aligning.

【0010】再生セルロース系マルチフィラメント糸と
自発捲縮型複合繊維の混率は70:30〜50:50、
単糸デニールの比は再生セルロース系マルチフィラメン
ト糸/自発捲縮型複合繊維=0.1〜4.0、又、交絡
部の個数は糸長1m当たり20個以上好ましくは50〜
120個/mがよい。仮撚条件については特に制限され
ないが、仮撚数は、 仮撚数={23000/√D+590}×0.3〜1.
14(T/M) (D:原糸のデニール) であり、好ましくは、 仮撚数={23000/√D+590}×0.3〜0.
7(T/M) であり、より好ましくは0.40〜0.7であり、0.
5〜0.7というような低仮撚数で加工するとウォーム
感に優れるので特によい。
The mixing ratio of the regenerated cellulose-based multifilament yarn and the spontaneous crimp type conjugate fiber is 70:30 to 50:50,
The ratio of single yarn denier is regenerated cellulose-based multifilament yarn / spontaneous crimp type composite fiber = 0.1-4.0, and the number of entangled parts is 20 or more per 1 m of yarn length, preferably 50-
120 / m is good. The false twist condition is not particularly limited, but the false twist number is: false twist number = {23000 / √D + 590} × 0.3 to 1.
14 (T / M) (D: denier of original yarn), and preferably, false twist number = {23000 / √D + 590} × 0.3-0.
7 (T / M), more preferably 0.40 to 0.7, and 0.
Processing with a low false twist number of 5 to 0.7 is particularly preferable because it gives a warm feeling.

【0011】又、仮撚温度は100℃〜180℃好まし
くは120℃〜150℃程度の低温仮撚がウォーム感に
優れているのでよい。本発明の複合捲縮糸に800〜1
500T/m程度の追撚を施すことにより、より一層反
発性が強調される。本発明の複合捲縮糸は通常は織物と
して用いるのが効果的であるが、編物にしてもよく、
又、複合捲縮糸100%使いでも他の繊維糸条と混用し
てもよく、混用の形態は目的に応じて適宜選定すれば良
い。
The false twisting temperature of 100 ° C. to 180 ° C., preferably 120 ° C. to 150 ° C., is preferable because the low temperature false twisting is excellent in warm feeling. 800 to 1 for the composite crimped yarn of the present invention
The additional resilience of about 500 T / m further emphasizes the resilience. The composite crimped yarn of the present invention is usually effectively used as a woven fabric, but it may be knitted,
Further, the composite crimped yarn may be used 100% or may be mixed with other fiber yarns, and the mixing form may be appropriately selected according to the purpose.

【0012】又、織物を製造するに際し、経糸及び緯糸
共に用いると最も効果的であるが、他の糸条と混用して
もよく、混用する他の繊維糸条としては、本発明の目的
を損なわない範囲内において例えば再生セルロース繊維
の原糸、有撚糸、意匠糸や紡績糸と混用してもよく、ま
たポリエステルに代表される合成繊維の原糸、有撚糸、
意匠糸、異収縮混繊糸、自発伸長性混繊糸、単糸デニー
ルが1デニール以下好ましくは単糸デニールが0.1〜
0.8デニールの極細のポリエステルマルチフィラメン
ト糸、6000m/分好ましくは7000m/分以上の
巻取り速度で紡糸したスピンテイクアップ糸条、梳毛調
加工糸例えばポリエステル高配向未延伸糸(POY)の
ような高伸度糸と、低伸度糸例えばポリエステルのレギ
ュラー糸、カチオン可染糸や6000m/分以上の巻取
り速度で紡糸されたスピンテイクアップ糸との引き揃え
交絡仮撚糸や紡績糸と混用しても良く、希望する織物風
合いに応じて適宜選定すれば良い。
Further, it is most effective to use both warp and weft in producing a woven fabric, but it may be mixed with other yarns, and as other fiber yarns to be mixed, the object of the present invention can be obtained. Within the range not impaired, it may be mixed with, for example, a regenerated cellulose fiber raw yarn, a twisted yarn, a design yarn or a spun yarn, and a synthetic fiber raw yarn represented by polyester, a twisted yarn,
Design yarn, heterogeneous shrinkage mixed yarn, spontaneously stretchable mixed yarn, single yarn denier of 1 denier or less, preferably single yarn denier of 0.1 to 10.
0.8 denier ultrafine polyester multifilament yarn, spin take-up yarn spun at a winding speed of 6000 m / min, preferably 7000 m / min or more, carded textured yarn such as polyester highly oriented undrawn yarn (POY) Alignment of high elongation yarns with low elongation yarns such as polyester regular yarns, cationic dyeable yarns and spin take-up yarns spun at a winding speed of 6000 m / min or more. Mixed with false twisted yarns and spun yarns. However, it may be appropriately selected according to the desired fabric texture.

【0013】本発明においては特に織物において複合捲
縮糸と混用する相手として糸長方向に部分的に未延伸部
を有するようないわゆるシックアンドシン糸を用いると
ドライシルキーな風合いが得られるので好ましい。織物
の組織については、平、綾、朱子及びこれら変化組織が
あるが特に朱子組織が好ましい。生機密度は経は130
〜200が好ましく、さらに好ましくは150〜180
本/インチ、緯は50〜90が好ましく、さらに好まし
くは60〜80本/インチ、仕上げ密度は経は150〜
220が好ましく、さらに好ましくは170〜200本
/インチ、緯は60〜100が好ましく、さらに好まし
くは70〜90本/インチである。
In the present invention, it is particularly preferable to use a so-called thick and thin yarn having a partially undrawn portion in the yarn length direction as a partner to be mixed with the composite crimped yarn in the woven fabric because a dry silky texture can be obtained. . Regarding the structure of the woven fabric, there are flat, twill, and satin, and these modified structures, but the satin design is particularly preferable. The raw machine density is 130
To 200 is preferable, and more preferably 150 to 180.
The number of lines / inch and weft is preferably 50 to 90, more preferably 60 to 80 lines / inch, and the finishing density is 150 to 90.
220 is preferable, 170-200 lines / inch is more preferable, and 60-100 is preferable as wefts, and 70-90 lines / inch is more preferable.

【0014】仕上げ工程としては、製織後、常法に従い
精錬リラックス、希望に応じて5〜25%程度のアルカ
リ減量加工、及び/又は2〜15%程度の酵素減量加工
次いで染色仕上げ加工される。さらに、例えばエメリー
ペーパー、ブラシ、針布等によりいわゆるピーチスキン
のような起毛を付与してもよく、その他エンボス、プリ
ント等の各種の仕上げ加工を施しても良い。又、柔軟
剤、撥水剤、制電剤等の仕上げ処理剤を用いても良い。
As the finishing step, after weaving, scouring and relaxing according to a conventional method, alkali weight reduction processing of about 5 to 25%, and / or enzyme weight reduction processing of about 2 to 15%, and dyeing finishing processing are performed as desired. Further, for example, emery paper, brush, needle cloth, etc. may be applied with raised fabric such as so-called peach skin, and various finishing processes such as embossing and printing may be performed. Further, finishing agents such as softening agents, water repellents, antistatic agents, etc. may be used.

【0015】[0015]

【実施例】以下、本発明を実施例で具体的に説明する
が、本発明は実施例のみに限定されるものではない。
尚、沸水収縮率はJIS L−1095A法により測定
し、交絡数は、JISL−1013法により求めた。
EXAMPLES The present invention will be specifically described below with reference to examples, but the present invention is not limited to the examples.
The boiling water shrinkage was measured by the JIS L-1095A method, and the confounding number was determined by the JIS L-1013 method.

【0016】またボイル後の捲縮伸長率は、下記により
測定した。試料をボイルで10分間、無緊張状態で湿熱
処理した後、初荷重2mg/dのもと、間隔が20cm
になるようにマークをする。次に初荷重を除重し、0.
1g/dの荷重をかけ、30秒後にマーク間の長さを測
定しA(cm)とする。この測定を10回行い、下記式
にて算出した値の平均値を捲縮伸長率(%表示)とす
る。
The crimp elongation after boil was measured by the following. After subjecting the sample to wet heat treatment for 10 minutes in a boil without tension, the interval is 20 cm under an initial load of 2 mg / d.
Mark so that Next, the initial load is removed, and 0.
A load of 1 g / d is applied, and after 30 seconds, the length between marks is measured and designated as A (cm). This measurement is performed 10 times, and the average value of the values calculated by the following formula is defined as the crimp extension rate (% display).

【0017】捲縮伸長率=(A−20)/20Crimping elongation rate = (A-20) / 20

【0018】[0018]

【実施例1】ジメチル(5−ナトリウムスルホ)イソフ
タレートを2.2モル%含むηsp/c=0.57、酸化
チタン0.2%含有のポリエステルと、共重合物を含ま
ないηsp/c=0.70、酸化チタン0.2%含有の通
常のポリエステルを別々に溶融し、複合比1:1のサイ
ドバイサイドに複合して、紡出し巻取った。次いで延伸
して50d/12fの円形断面の自発捲縮型複合繊維
(ボイル後の捲縮伸長率17%)を得た。
EXAMPLE 1 Dimethyl (5-sodium sulfo) isophthalate 2.2 mol% including η sp /c=0.57, and polyesters containing 0.2% of titanium oxide, not including copolymer eta sp / Ordinary polyesters containing c = 0.70 and 0.2% titanium oxide were separately melted, compounded side by side with a compounding ratio of 1: 1 and spun and wound. Then, it was stretched to obtain a spontaneously crimped conjugate fiber having a circular cross section of 50d / 12f (crimp extension ratio after boiling of 17%).

【0019】この自発捲縮型複合繊維と100d/60
fのキュプラマルチフィラメント(沸水収縮率5.7
%)をインターレース混繊し、仮撚数1700T/m
(0.69)、仮撚温度130℃で仮撚加工して得られ
た複合捲縮糸(交絡部の個数80個/m)に1200T
/mの追撚を施したものを経糸及び緯糸に用い経糸密度
160本/in、緯糸密度67本/インチで5枚サテン
(2飛び)組織の織物を作り、精錬リラックス、アルカ
リ減量(減量率20%)、次いで染色仕上げ加工して経
糸密度177本/in、緯糸密度82本/inに仕上げ
た。
This spontaneously crimped conjugate fiber and 100d / 60
Cupra multifilament of f (boiling water shrinkage 5.7
%) Mixed with interlace, false twist number 1700 T / m
(0.69), 1200T on the composite crimped yarn (80 entangled parts / m) obtained by false twisting at a false twisting temperature of 130 ° C.
/ M additional twisting is used for warp and weft, warp density is 160 yarns / in, weft density is 67 yarns / inch, and fabric with 5 satin (2 jumps) structure is made. 20%), followed by dyeing and finishing to a warp density of 177 yarns / in and a weft yarn density of 82 yarns / in.

【0020】得られた実施例1のものはウォーム感を有
しながらムレ感が無く、軽さ、膨らみがありかつハリ、
腰のある反発性に優れた織物であった。
The obtained Example 1 had a warm feeling but no stuffiness, lightness, swelling and firmness.
The woven fabric was elastic and excellent in resilience.

【0021】[0021]

【比較例1】実施例1において自発捲縮型複合繊維の代
わりに75d/24fの丸断面のレギュラーポリエステ
ルマルチフィラメント糸(ボイル後の捲縮伸長率0%)
を用いた以外は実施例と同様にして織物を作り、同様に
仕上げ加工し比較例1の織物を得た。
Comparative Example 1 Instead of the spontaneous crimp type conjugate fiber in Example 1, a regular polyester multifilament yarn having a round cross section of 75d / 24f (crimp extension rate after boil 0%)
A woven fabric was produced in the same manner as in Example except that the above was used, and the finishing process was performed in the same manner to obtain the woven fabric of Comparative Example 1.

【0022】比較例のものは、実施例1に比べてウォー
ム感に劣り、かつ軽さ、膨らみ、ハリ、腰、反発性共に
劣った織物であった。
The woven fabric of the comparative example was inferior to that of Example 1 in warm feeling and was inferior in lightness, bulge, firmness, waist, and resilience.

【0023】[0023]

【実施例2】スルホイソフタル酸を2.6モル%共重合
したポリエチレンテレフタレートと共重合物を含まない
ηsp/c=0.70の通常のポリエチレンテレフタレー
トをW形形状の紡口より複合比1:1のサイドバイサイ
ドに複合して、紡出し巻取った。次いで延伸して75d
/18fのW形断面(W形の開口角125°)の自発捲
縮型複合繊維(ボイル後の捲縮伸長率10%)を得た。
Example 2 Polyethylene terephthalate copolymerized with 2.6 mol% of sulfoisophthalic acid and a normal polyethylene terephthalate having no η sp /c=0.70 and a composite ratio of 1 from a W-shaped spinneret. 1 side-by-side composite and spun and wound. Then stretch to 75d
A spontaneously crimped conjugate fiber (10% crimp elongation after boiling) having a W-shaped cross section (opening angle of 125 ° of W-shaped) of / 18f was obtained.

【0024】この自発捲縮型複合繊維を用いた以外は実
施例1同様にして製織、仕上げ加工し、評価した結果、
本実施例による織物は、実施例1対比特にウォーム感、
反発性に優れていた。
Weaving and finishing were carried out in the same manner as in Example 1 except that this spontaneously crimped conjugate fiber was used.
The fabric according to this example has a particularly warm feeling as compared with Example 1.
It was excellent in resilience.

【0025】[0025]

【発明の効果】本発明はウォーム感を有しながらムレ感
が無く、かつ軽さ、膨らみがありハリ、腰のある反発性
に優れた複合捲縮糸を提供できる。
INDUSTRIAL APPLICABILITY The present invention can provide a composite crimped yarn having a warm feeling but no stuffiness, lightness, swelling, firmness and elasticity and excellent resilience.

Claims (1)

【特許請求の範囲】[Claims] 【請求項1】 再生セルロース系マルチフィラメント糸
とポリエステルマルチフィラメント糸を仮撚加工して得
られる複合捲縮糸であって、該ポリエステルマルチフィ
ラメント糸が自発捲縮型複合繊維であることを特徴とす
る複合捲縮糸。
1. A composite crimped yarn obtained by false twisting a regenerated cellulose-based multifilament yarn and a polyester multifilament yarn, wherein the polyester multifilament yarn is a spontaneously crimped conjugate fiber. Composite crimped yarn.
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WO1999037837A1 (en) * 1998-01-27 1999-07-29 Asahi Kasei Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha Composite crimped yarn
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