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  • Description: yarns
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    • Spun yarns

    • Staple to spinning to weaving operation, regardless of textile
    • Spun yarns from staple-whether cotton, wool, any natural or man-made fiber-are bulky an fuzzy compared with continuous-filament yarn, which is smooth. Sweaters, suits and the like are made from spun yarns, which are made from staple. Ladies' full...
    • 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...
    • Nylon production at Belle Works

    • Nylon Intermediates Plants: Beaumont, Texas; Belle, West Virginia; Niagara Falls, New York; Sabine River Works, Orange, Texas
    • This complex equipment at the DuPont Company's Belle Works, Belle, West Virginia turns the chemical elements of coal, air and water into chemicals used by other DuPont plants as raw materials for the manufacture of nylon. Process improvements,...
    • Nylon products

    • Nylon Products and Industrial Uses
    • The gold bedroom draperies, green upholstery of the chair, marquisette window curtains and carpet are among the all-nylon uses in The Nylon Suite, a new deluxe feature of the Hotel DuPont. The drapes and upholstery are of F. Schumacher & Company's...
    • 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 [August-September 1957]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Textile industry; Clothing industry; Plastics industry; Paint industry; Fashion industry;
    • Table of Contents: Cronar bows in; Polyester family has triplets; Blinds and drapes combine; Home of the year; Ground was broken yesterday; To solve solvent problems; Work horse for work clothes; DuPont show of the month; Selling the soft touch;...
    • The Nylon Suite

    • Nylon Products and Industrial Uses
    • The gold bedroom draperies, green upholstery of the chair, marquisette window curtain and carpet are among the all nylon uses in The Nylon Suite, a new deluxe feature of the Hotel DuPont. The drapes and upholstery are of F. Schumacher & Company's...

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