Diacetate texturized yarns with a stable twist have been prepared on single-process machines with a false-twist mechanism.
Yarn texturizing was carried out at 80–100°C in the presence of a plasticizer, whose role was filled by water; the process occurred in the zone of softening and partial viscose-flow state of the polymer.
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Tul'guk, Z.D., Zharinova, G.A. & Snezhko, N.G. Effect of a plasticizer on the properties of texturized diacetate yarns and their preparation on single-process machines. Fibre Chem 15, 223–225 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00552810