KR101122622B1 - Textile based on a mixture of abrasion resistant technical fibers - Google Patents

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KR101122622B1
KR101122622B1 KR1020067009004A KR20067009004A KR101122622B1 KR 101122622 B1 KR101122622 B1 KR 101122622B1 KR 1020067009004 A KR1020067009004 A KR 1020067009004A KR 20067009004 A KR20067009004 A KR 20067009004A KR 101122622 B1 KR101122622 B1 KR 101122622B1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41DOUTERWEAR; PROTECTIVE GARMENTS; ACCESSORIES
    • A41D31/00Materials specially adapted for outerwear
    • A41D31/04Materials specially adapted for outerwear characterised by special function or use
    • A41D31/24Resistant to mechanical stress, e.g. pierce-proof
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    • A41D31/00Materials specially adapted for outerwear
    • A41D31/04Materials specially adapted for outerwear characterised by special function or use
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    • D10B2331/00Fibres made from polymers obtained otherwise than by reactions only involving carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds, e.g. polycondensation products
    • D10B2331/02Fibres made from polymers obtained otherwise than by reactions only involving carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds, e.g. polycondensation products polyamides
    • D10B2331/021Fibres made from polymers obtained otherwise than by reactions only involving carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds, e.g. polycondensation products polyamides aromatic polyamides, e.g. aramides
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    • Y10T442/3008Woven fabric has an elastic quality
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Abstract

The invention is a single layer fabric comprising two yarns of comfort yarns made of cellulosic material and technical yarns having good wear and heat resistance, wherein these two yarns are primarily technical yarns with the first outer part being the second inner part. This mostly comfort yarn relates to a single layer fabric that is woven or knitted and at least partially entangled to define two or more separate portions in the thickness direction of the fabric. The invention is characterized in that the technical yarn is made of continuous filaments and its web is covered by a coating wherein at least 75% of its surface comprises at least partially natural fibers.
Comfort Yarn, Technical Yarn, Technical Textiles, Wear Resistance, Temperature Resistance, Jean, Cotton

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TEXTILE BASED ON A MIXTURE OF ABRASION RESISTANT TECHNICAL FIBERS}

FIELD OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to textiles based on wear resistant mixtures of cellulose fibers, such as cotton fibers and technical fibers.

More specifically, the subject matter of the present invention relates to a fabric having a jean appearance, or more generally a cotton, fabric for jackets, gloves, etc., including trousers, bomber jackets. It relates to a fabric having an appearance of cloth).

Background Art Conventionally, fabrics are known which have excellent properties in the event of an abrasive impact, for example in the event of an impact on the garment when the motorcycle rider falls over. These fabrics typically require at least two separate layers, with comfort linings positioned directly on the skin, or coatings of low coefficient of friction products (such as silicone, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), etc.). ) Is made on a resistive material (such as a mesh or fabric made of aramid). This is the case for work gloves intended to protect against abrasive impacts. However, the latter solution presents two major drawbacks. Discomfort due to lack of breathability of the composite due to the coating, and the "industrial" appearance provided by the coating. In addition, they are fabrics that only allow some breathability in the summer, so they are rather unpleasant to wear during this season.
Most of the other alternatives known in the art are polyamides that melt at temperatures below 250 ° C. In addition, the latter case is a material that does not have self-extinguishing, which means that it is obvious that it will provide an additional risk to the wearer of a garment made of such textiles. This is because in the event of an abrasive impact, for example an abrasive impact on a motorcycle, these substances reach a melting point locally rapidly and then directly contact the user's skin, which can then lead to intractable injuries and burns ( In case of fire, the risk of complications is increased).

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Polyesters have some degree of wear resistance but not enough fire resistance. Polyethylene has very good mechanical quality but its melting point is near 120 ° C. Only para-aramid and meta-aramid have mechanical and fire resistant qualities but these properties deteriorate in the presence of ultraviolet light. Ceramics combine these qualities, but they are still too expensive and do not allow economically feasible industrial operation.

In any case, none of these materials have a satisfactory textile quality, which is difficult to dye and gives garment wearers a discomfort corresponding to the feeling of plastic contacting the skin.

Thus, in general in the field of motorcycle rider equipment and specifically with respect to trousers, only overpants, trousers made of multi-layered fabrics or trousers made of leather can have the advantage of providing protection from wear. have. In each of these, there are respective disadvantages, especially in summer (unpleasantness, lack of breathability and lack of hydrophilicity, poor appearance, etc.).

Finally, US Pat. No. 4,920,000 includes two yarns of natural "comfort" yarns, and "technical" yarns with good wear and temperature resistance, the two outer yarns being the first outer A monolayer fabric is disclosed in which a portion is woven to define two or more separate portions in the thickness direction of the fabric, wherein the portion is primarily technical yarn and the second inner portion is mainly comfort yarn, and the portions are at least partially entangled. The technical yarns used in the invention disclosed in this patent are dense mixtures of several natural and artificial materials, each with a specific technical function, and the outer circumference of the yarn is of the same composition as the center of the yarn. The technical yarns thus obtained are only partly coated on the surface and the parts made of synthetic material are greatly exposed, which is a disadvantage of the textiles based on the artificial yarns described above, in particular with regard to appearance and comfort. Can not overcome. In addition, these technical yarns are polyester and poly, as the colorant remains extremely poorly due to the synthetic materials used in the technical fibers, or the dyeing is good but exhibits problems with the appearance and technical performance of the final fabric in feeling and gloss. With the use of amides the obtained fabric cannot be colored.

Accordingly, it is a primary object of the present invention to provide a fabric that can reduce the performance difference between technical and garment textiles. More particularly, the object of the present invention is to solve the technical problems of the fabric known in the prior art, and thus have excellent mechanical properties, in particular resistance to fire, high temperature and abrasion, which can be applied to a colorant applied to a natural material. For example, to provide a fabric that can hold at least the same level as fabrics made of cellulose (especially cotton or flax) and that is as comfortable to wear as these fabrics.

It is an object of the present invention to include two yarns of "comfort" yarns composed of cellulosic material, and technical yarns having good wear and temperature resistance, wherein these two yarns are primarily technical yarns with a first outer portion and a second inside A single layer fabric is woven or knitted and at least partially entangled to define two or more separate portions in the thickness direction of the fabric, the portions of which are primarily comfort yarns.

More specifically, the invention relates to a process in which the technical yarn is a yarn made of continuous filaments, preferably nontextured filaments, wherein the core of the technical yarn is at least 75%, preferably at least 85% of its surface. It is characterized in that the natural fiber is covered by a coating containing at least partially.

This fabric has excellent mechanical and textile qualities (in terms of ease of weaving on one side and comfort on the other side), which is especially for riders of motorcycles or users of skateboards, roller skates, bicycles or snowboards. As such, they provide protection, comfort and a stylish appearance.

Due to its single layer design, it is intended to produce a lightweight garment that can be worn directly on the skin and can be well protected from abrasions during falls. Protection is provided by the extreme wear resistance of the technical yarn, which is mainly present in the outer part of the fabric.

The term "wear resistant material" herein is substantially equivalent during wear resistance tests under actual conditions, as compared to competitive grade leather approved according to the standard number prEN 13595-2 by the French Motorcycling Federation. It should be understood to mean a material having a hardness and coefficient of friction.

Tests conducted on various textile samples showed results as described below. The method used does not exactly match the standard method, but approaches the method in the relevant steps and in its reproducibility.

Samples with an area of 80 mm x 50 mm, located under a support of about 10 kg weight, in direct contact with the dry road surface with the appropriate size grade were tested at a temperature of 37 ° C. The support of this weight was translated translatingly until all warp yarns were completely broken. The measurement below represents the distance traveled by each sample before the slope was completely broken.

-French fabric (standard according to the standard EN388 of the year 1993 of IFTH under standard LEM 6), 100% cotton: 25 m

Jean in new "Levis 501 TM ", 100% cotton: 12 m

Jean in spherical "Levis 501 TM ", 100% cotton: 2.5 m

Jeans with warp and weft reinforced with polyester and Kevlar as a dense mixture: 15 m

-Competitive Grade Leather: 62.5m

Textile according to the invention consisting of a weft made of cotton and a warp made of cotton / aramid twisted filament: 29.5 m

Textile according to the invention described in the following examples, consisting of a weft made of cotton and a warp made of continuous aramid filaments coated with blue cotton: 45 m

Textile according to the invention consisting of a weft made of cotton and a warp made of cotton-coated polyethylene filament: 65 m.

Thus, the textiles obtained according to the invention demonstrate a significantly better performance than those of the jean type of 100% cotton fabric, although in some cases they can maintain the outer appearance of 100% cotton fabric, and in some cases French motorcycles Substantially equivalent performance is obtained with those obtained with leather used competitively by association.

Comfort comes from a special structure of the "wrap effect" type; The warp effect can be either the count of yarn used (e.g. a greater number of warps relative to the weft) or the weave itself (satin, twill, half plaits). Etc.), which makes it possible to combine the qualities into a single layer fabric which is protected by its outer surface and is worn directly on the skin by the hydrophilic inner surface. This fabric also has a high level of thermal quality.

According to a first preferred embodiment of the invention, the fabric is obtained by weaving with weft yarns composed of comfort yarns and warp yarns consisting of technical yarns.

In this case, the tissue used is of the warp effect type, but has a float of 4 or less floats, preferably 3/1 twill (3 floats) or 2/1 twill (2 floats).

This is because twill, runner and cloth are found in the basic tissues. In the case of the present invention, the least suitable is cloth. Runners offer significant possibilities, like twills, due to the possibility of accurately proportioning the warp on the outer surface of the fabric (the desired result is a warp effect).

3/1 twill or 2/1 twill is the basic organization of denim, and therefore an ideal one with regard to the appearance of the fabric for imitation of jeans. Nevertheless, any tissue in which the latter combination of yarn counts promotes the presence of warps on the outer surface and the presence of wefts on the inner surface can be realized. The fabric may be weft stretch or non-stretch.

In addition to the 3/1 twill or 2/1 twill, in addition to controlling the ratio of the inside and outside portions of the fabric, it is necessary to precisely control the number and size of the floats. This is because some tissues increase the likelihood of the presence of warps on the outer surface (or "front side") of the fabric, but at the expense of very large floats. The yarn is then trapped on the outer element, which is at risk of being pulled up, and thus the structure of the fabric will be deformed. This property is called nonslipping. Therefore, floats of 4 or less are considered acceptable.

According to a second embodiment of the invention, the fabric is obtained by knitting. This is because knitting can provide a support that is as good as weaving and can distinguish between "front" yarns (technical yarns) and "rear" yarns (comfort yarns). It is important here not to have too many technical yarns at the back of the mesh due to their high cost compared to the back yarns (up to 35% of the visible surface of the fabric). In general, these knit fabrics will be made with a double-needle-bed machine. However, molton mesh woven with a single needle knitting machine will easily meet the performance and cost requirements (the ratio of acceptable front yarn to back yarn). In the case of a mesh, the elasticity of the fabric is naturally formed by the structure provided by the knitting (no yarn is tensioned).

Advantageously, comfort yarns are yarns of cellulosic material in combination with elastic yarns to provide "stretch" yarns. This means that in the case of an abrasive impact, the fabric is first deformed by the elasticity of the elastic weft, which can absorb some of the energy received by the fabric during the impact, and then the remaining energy dissipated by the friction of the fabric along the road surface is inclined. This is because, after being absorbed by the technical yarn, it will itself have sufficient wear resistance so as not to decompose (ie sufficiently high compressive strength and sufficiently low coefficient of friction).

It is also advantageous that the core of the wear resistant technical yarn is made of a material having a melting point above 250 ° C., preferably above 400 ° C. It is also conceivable to use materials with extremely high melting points such as meta-aramid and para-aramid. During the abrasive impacts that arise from the increase in these temperatures, these materials first lose their mechanical properties and then decompose without melting. In addition, the use of a core that can melt at 130 ° C. (eg polyethylene) or melt at 260 ° C. (eg certain nylons such as polyamide 6,6) is a design measure such as polytetrafluoroethylene ( High melting point compounds such as PTFE) can be realized as a countermeasure for coating this core.

To achieve this mechanical and thermal performance, the choice of constituent material and technical core is very important and constitutes the first step. This material comprises para-aramid, meta-aramid, silicone resin, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) type fluorinated resin, resin containing glass (or ceramic) as filler, alumina, polyethylene-based resin and combinations of these materials From materials selected from the group consisting of: Other materials can be used, such as polyamides, polyesters or polyethylenes, for example, provided that these materials have satisfactory wear resistance as described above.

In the second step, care is taken to select a suitable structure for the core of the technical yarn, which, firstly, is a para-aramid or glass yarn twisted with PTFE or silicone yarn, all of which are made of continuous fibers. Yarns such as, and secondly, these materials are spun or blended (i.e. tightly mixed) in the form of continuous fibers, and third, in particular coating and / or impregnating a core made of para-aramid fibers (silicone, PTFE, etc.) or by some combination of these alternative methods.

This composite yarn (or core) is subsequently coated with a yarn of textile quality, such as cotton, flax, wool etc. (dyed blue in the case of jeans), or a paste or liquid mixture (PTFE, silicone, etc.) and It is impregnated and / or coated with very short, colored textile fibers (cotton, flax, wool, etc.), thereby providing color and appearance to the warp. This work also serves to form UV screens when using para-aramid (the material is very sensitive to UV light) in the core.

According to a first embodiment of the invention, the coating of the technical fibers is carried out by coating a cotton yarn or woolen yarn with a spiral double sheath.

According to a second alternative embodiment of the invention, the coating of the technical fibers is carried out by coating the technical fibers with or without impregnation in the bath of a mixture of fluorinated resin, silicone, acrylate or equivalent polymer resin. The resin is saturated with extremely short natural fibers. This operation is applied directly to the core yarn (s), which has the following purposes.

In the case of technical yarns made of glass fibers, for example, to impart slip necessary for the weaving and behavior of the composite of "technical yarns / coated yarns",

Reduce the coefficient of friction of the composite,

Impart fire resistance (especially when impregnating a silicone or fluorinated resin with a polyethylene core),

Color, appearance and specific textile functions, for example, when coating is started from a mixture of fluorinated resins (or silicone or similar products, etc.) saturated with pre-dyed extremely short fibers (cotton fibers, flax fibers, wool fibers, etc.). Grant.

It should be noted that this operation can also be carried out in two stages: impregnation of the yarn and then saturation of the fiber on the outer periphery of the composite. Other alternatives are also possible, such as coloring the bath without adding fibers.

In the following, in order to better understand the present invention, certain embodiments of the wear resistant fabric according to the present invention will be described in detail by way of non-limiting examples.

The present invention relates to a single layer fabric comprising two yarns, a "comfort yarn" consisting of cellulosic material and a technical yarn having good wear and temperature resistance. In the following, comfort yarns made of cellulosic materials will be described as cotton yarns, which are preferred among cellulosic materials in particular combination with cotton, flax, viscose or even acetate.

A "single layer" fabric is characterized by both the comfort (elasticity and elasticity of the material) in which the fabric made as a single layer is mainly present on the inside of the weft yarn and the mechanical strength (resistance and appearance of the material provided by the coating) mainly on the outside of the warp yarn. It is understood to mean that it can be provided.

These two yarns are woven into the tissue to define two or more separate portions in the thickness direction of the fabric. The first outer part consists mainly of technical yarns, the second inner part consists mainly of comfort yarns, and the parts are at least partially entangled.

More particularly, this fabric according to the invention is obtained by weaving, in which the weft is composed of comfort yarns and the warp yarn is composed of technical yarns. More specifically, the tissue used is 3/1 twill or 2/1 twill.

The weft yarn with a white color is configured as cotton yarn to impart the comfort required for the practical daily use of garments made from the fabric according to the invention as in the case of jeans. These cotton yarns are complemented with elasthane to obtain good elasticity of the fabric and thus good extensibility.

The weft yarn used here is 1/12 Nm +/- 100% (or 2/24 Nm twisted for greater tenacity) and elastane is added (1 to 8 of the final fabric). %) Carded yarns (or combed yarns with greater tensile strength).

The slope with the color blue is composed of covered technical yarns as in the case of jeans. This technical yarn has qualities of wear resistance, low coefficient of friction and fire resistance. This is a para-aramid 440 Dtex containing untextured continuous filaments (ie, simple cores).

According to the invention, the technical yarn is coated with a coating wherein at least 85% of its surface area comprises at least part of natural fibers. More particularly, the coating of the technical core is carried out by coating with a spiral double sheath with cotton yarn, which can provide excellent comfort in the summer by the light weight and excellent sweat absorption of the fabric obtained while maintaining the appearance of 100% cotton fabric. have.

In this case, the coating is carried out with a double coating (with two yarns spiraling around the core) to cover at least 85% of the surface of the technical yarn (core). The coating yarn is very fine, i.e. has a count of less than 1/80 Nm and is made of cotton or wool natural fibers.

In the particular case described here, the coating material is 100% long fiber combed 100% cotton for the fabric used for summer garments, or 100% combed for the fabric used for winter garments.

In the present invention, the coated yarn satisfies the function of receiving the dye particles, the comfort function, the hydrophilic function, in particular the function of concealing the technical core located around it, which gives the core a wear resistant function.

After weaving, no special care is required for finishing, and even piece dyeing or traditional surface treatment (printing, delustering coating, etc.) can be realized.

In the event of a fall from the motorcycle, the term "abrasive impact" is used to refer to the impact damaging the fabric and raising its temperature and then wearing it through a slide. The International Motorcycling Federation uses the term "impact wear" instead of the term, which is the same.

In the fabric according to the invention, the energy of the impact is partially absorbed by the damage to the coating of the warp.

Subsequently, the warp is exposed and the energy generation of the slide is warded off by the low coefficient of friction and hardness of the material constituting the core of the warp (technical yarn). In addition, energy is partially absorbed by the flexibility of the fabric, which allows certain deformations. Flexibility in the weft direction is provided by the elasticity of the weft, and flexibility in the oblique direction is provided by the Young's modulus of the core material, although smaller.

This has the effect of significantly slowing the generation of holes in the fabric.

The appearance of the fabric thus obtained (for colored weaves) is very similar to denim. However, the use of such fabrics offers designers the possibility of new creation, all possible colors, tinted woven, and post-dyed, lined in pants or bomber jackets worn directly on the skin, for example from a motorcycle Make sure your city is protected. In addition, it does not melt in case of fire or delayed abrasion and is not decomposed by ultraviolet light or hydrocarbons.

The invention is illustratively not limited to the above-described embodiments unless otherwise indicated, and includes all alternative forms thereof. Thus, the tissue used for weaving the comfort yarns and technical yarns can be varied, provided that the selected tissue promotes the placement of technical yarns on the outside of the fabric and at the same time mainly the comfort yarns on the inside of the fabric. In addition, this structure allows several tissues in a manner (half-plate, herringbone pattern, etc.).

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  1. A single layer fabric comprising two yarns of comfort yarns made of cellulosic material and technical yarns having good wear and heat resistance,
    These two yarns are woven or knitted and at least partially entangled to define two or more separate portions in the thickness direction of the fabric, wherein the first outer portion is a technical yarn and the second inner portion is a comfort yarn.
    The technical yarn is a yarn made of continuous filaments, wherein the core of the technical yarn is covered by a coating wherein at least 75% of its surface is at least partially comprised of natural fibers.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    Wherein said core of said technical yarn is at least 85% of its surface covered by a coating comprising at least part of natural fibers.
  3. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
    The continuous filament constituting the core of the technical yarn is a nontextured filament.
  4. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
    A single layer fabric obtained by weaving warp yarns constituting the weft yarn and the technical yarns constituting the comfort yarn.
  5. 5. The method of claim 4,
    A monolayer fabric, characterized in that it is obtained by weaving a weave having a float of less than or equal to 4 ol, including a warp effect.
  6. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
    A single layer fabric obtained by knitting.
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  8. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
    The core of the technical yarn is para-aramid, meta-aramid, silicone resin, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) type fluorinated resin, resin containing glass or at least one ceramic as filler, alumina, polyethylene-based resin or poly A single layer fabric produced from said material by intermixing, coating or impregnating, or intimately mixing a material selected from the group consisting of an amide resin and a combination of these materials.
  9. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
    Wherein said coating of said technical yarn is carried out in a spiral double coverage with cotton or woolen yarns.
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