Influence of Plasma Treatment on Total Hand Value and Adhesion Properties of Bi-Fabrics of Fused Interlining and Wool Fabrics

Machiko Murakami
Gifu City Women’s College, Japan

Masukuni Mori
Mori Engineering Office, Japan

Takako Fujimoto
Hokkaido University of Education, Japan

Choji Murata
Kato Tech. Ltd. Japan

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Ingår i: KEER2014. Proceedings of the 5th Kanesi Engineering and Emotion Research; International Conference; Linköping; Sweden; June 11-13

Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings 100:87, s. 1031-1038

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Publicerad: 2014-06-11

ISBN: 978-91-7519-276-5

ISSN: 1650-3686 (tryckt), 1650-3740 (online)


Plasma treatment to wool fabrics is effective to the shrink-resistant performance without using chlorination and dyeing performance. The adhesive property between fabrics is growing by the treatment when we make two-layer fabric from face fabric and fusible interlining. During the process of apparel making; interlining fabric is fused on the rear side of the face fabric to make and keep a beautiful silhouette of garments. In this study plasma effects on adhesive strength between face and interlining fabrics are measured objectively. Fabric mechanical properties are investigated; and adhesion properties of bi-fabrics structure of fused interlining and wool fabrics are also discussed. Three types of face fabric are treated by argon-plasma and fusible interlining is adhered on them respectively. Interlining used in this study is polyester plain weave with polyamide adhesive resin. Interlining and face fabrics are bonded together using Flatbed type press machine. Face fabric samples used in this experiment are basket weave; twill and hound’s-tooth wool fabrics. Bending; shearing and compression properties and air permeability are measured by KES measurement instruments [1]. Peeling strengths of the bonded fabrics were measured using KES FB1 tensile tester. The results show that adhesion property enhances by the plasma treatment. In the next stage; we study how adhesion bond impregnate with fibers and yarns and what is the difference in penetration between treated and untreated fabrics. Finally we study the influence of plasma treatment on total hand value of bi-fabrics.


Bi-fabric; plasma treatment; fusible interlining; adhesion property; mechanical property


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