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  • Description: textile
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    • Types of yarn

    • Rayon filaments
    • Just a few of the many types of yarn coned at rayon plants of E.I du Pont Nemours & Company. In the front row, left to right, are cones of 1,100 denier Super-Cordura high tenacity rayon yarn for tire cord, weighing four pounds; 50 denier bright...
    • Transporting Dacron

    • Process of Manufacturing Dacron
    • From DuPont's new $40,000,000 plant for making Dacron polyester fiber, these packages of the fiber start their journey to textile manufacturers. The textile trade will convert, weave and knit this Dacron into apparel fabrics and also fabrics for...
    • View of the Barotor

    • Manufacture of Dyes and Dyeing Methods
    • The Barotor, developed by DuPont research and produced commercially under license by manufacturers of dyeing equipment for rapid dyeing of large yardages of fabric under pressure, is typical of accomplishments of DuPont's $6 million Textile...
    • Creating Dacron fibers

    • Process of Manufacturing Dacron
    • DuPont's Kinston, North Carolina plant is one of two plants where Dacron polyester fiber is made. The other is located at Old Hickory Tennessee. Bothe Kinston and Old Hickory plants maintain a textile laboratory. The view here shows part of the...
    • Roving frame

    • Process of Manufacturing Dacron
    • This roving frame in the staple processing laboratory at DuPont's Kinston, North Carolina plant where Dacron polyester fiber is made, is spinning yarn from this fiber. The roving frame is the third step in spinning staple fiber into yarn and this...
    • Dacron production

    • Process of Manufacturing Dacron
    • DuPont's Kinston, North Carolina plant is one of two plants where Dacron polyester fiber is made. The other is located at Old Hickory Tennessee. Bothe Kinston and Old Hickory plants maintain a textile laboratory. The view here shows part of the...
    • Walker's Mill

    • Mills; Storage facilities; Textile industry;
    • "Built in 1814 by Joseph B. Simms, this stone mill was operated through most of its long life as a cotton spinning mill. The land belonged to E. I. du Pont, and the Brandywine Manufacturers' Sunday School first met there. The mill and the...
    • DuPont Magazine [August-September 1954]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Dyeing; Textile industry; Plastics industry; Nylon; Coal;
    • Table of Contents: It fits the pattern; Highland highway; Dyeing man-made fibers; He makes news live; The CZC story; Work made easier; You can wash this raincoat; One man's secret of selling; Orlon in uniform; The latest in dental units; Compatible...
    • Experimental weaving

    • Staple to spinning to weaving operation, regardless of textile
    • Warp ends feed from beam into loom in weaving operation. Operator must make careful check of quality as completed fabric emerges. Loom is part of experimental facilities of DuPont Textile Research Laboratory at Chestnut Run near Wilmington,...
    • DuPont Magazine [June-July 1955]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Rayon; Automobile equipment & supplies; Shooting;
    • Table of Contents: From ladies' slips to battle-ships; Buy-and-run shoppers; Sealing the sand cellars; Rayon passes conveyor belt test; Follow the wind in Wyoming; Textile bleaching cost cut; good news for your car engine; Get acquainted with...
    • Fibers in storage hopper

    • Staple to spinning to weaving operation, regardless of textile
    • Staple from man-made textile fibers rolling from a storage hopper into a baling press for shipment to mills which process it into spun yarns on the cotton, woolen, worsted, or other established spinning systems.
    • DuPont Magazine [October-November 1957]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Firearms; Gasoline; Textile industry; Plastics industry;
    • Table of Contents: Textile tough guy; Tomorrow's managers; The latest in shotguns; Jackknife sculpture; Where's gasoline going; New look in books; Deep freeze skis; Tale of precipitous trail; Finishing school for fibers; titanium's talent scouts;...
    • DuPont Magazine [October 1941]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Textile industry; Food industry; Nylon; Plastics industry;
    • Table of Contents: Champions of their class; Chemistry speeds up textile bleaching; To help America conserve food; Tufts by the billions; Nylon tells a story; Kraft cheese goes to market; No more bottenecks in self-service stores.
    • Woven rayon

    • Rayon filaments
    • Hand crocheted lace at the right? Not for a moment. It's the same as the loosely woven construction at the left. It was made by the Scranton Lace Company on standard equipment to demonstrate the unusual properties of Fiber E, the DuPont Company's...

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