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Influence of Elastane Consumption on Plated Plain Knitted Fabric
Journal of Engineered Fibers and Fabrics http://www.jeffjournal.org.
Fibre blends with elastane
For reasons of economy Elastane blends are often relaxed and heat set before Cotton Elastane Tube Knits may need to be slit open for.
Test methods for bare elastane yarns
These methods apply to all continuous bare elastane yarns wound on spools. Appendix I sets out the definition of elastane to which these methods apply.
STUDY OF THE WEAVABILITY OF ELASTANE BASED STRETCH
POLYURETHANE ELASTIC FIBRES, ELASTANE, SPANDEX
POLYURETHANE ELASTIC FIBRES, ELASTANE, SPANDEX. Typical end products. Polyurethane elastic fibers, elastane, spandex.

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Twinkle NOT wrinkle
This apparently works by repairing the face using the same combination of elastane, vitamins and collagen that the snail uses to repair its own shell.
Four to the fore for trainer
Taormina, centre, ridden by Adrian Coome, winning at Ooralea yesterday ahead of Red Story (Chris Whiteley), right, and the winner's stablemate Elastane (Nathan Patchett). FOUR must be Mackay trainer Stuart Kendrick's new lucky number.
Dyneema Diamond Technology used in cut resistant gloves
Bodyforming Underwear for Men Effictively Hides Beer Belly
Manx consists of 85 percent polyamid and 15 percent elastane and has control areas added in man´s problem areas. In addition to a flat belly, Manx supports the lower back and creates well-toned buttocks.
Löffler Introduces Sports Underwear With Transtex Light Fabric

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Spandex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Spandex or elastane is a synthetic fibre known for its exceptional elasticity. It is strong, but less durable than natural Latex, its major non-synthetic competitor.
Elastane fibres (Spandex fibers)
Elastane fibres, better known under their trade names, Lycra and Dorlastan, represent a further high point in the development of man-made fibres.
elastane - definition of elastane by the Free Online Dictionary
(Clothing, Personal Arts & Crafts / Textiles) a synthetic fibre characterized by its ability to revert to its original shape after being stretched.
BBC - h2g2 - Elastane
ELASPAN® spandex (elastane)
ELASPAN® spandex (elastane) is utilized in circular knit, weaving, covering, and other textile applications where fabric stretch and recovery is required.

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