Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 17, Issue 5, pp 353–354 | Cite as

Effect of technological spinning transitions on the properties of nickel-containing nitron fibre

  • D. N. Akbarov
  • T. N. Ovchinnikova
  • L. A. Samoilova
Physicochemical Properties And Application Of Man-Made Fibres


The effect of technological spinning transitions on the properties of an electrically-conducting metallized Nitron fibre has been investigated.

It has been shown that in mechanical crimping the mechanical and electrically-conducting properties of a nickel-containing fibre are considerably impaired. During the spinning process, a considerable leveling out of the nickel content of the fibre and of its electrical resistance takes place.

Processing of the nickel-containing fibre should be carried out with elimination of the mechanical crimping process. Thereupon the change in fibre properties takes place mainly during the process of preparing the combed lap.


Polymer Nickel Nickel Content Nitron Fibre Property 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1986

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  • D. N. Akbarov
  • T. N. Ovchinnikova
  • L. A. Samoilova

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