Enzyme based cotton yarn singeing

February 1996
Colourage;Feb96, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p60
Trade Publication
Reports that Advanced Biochemicals Ltd. of Thane, India, has developed an enzyme-based cotton yarn singeing process which does not involve any capital investment. Other processes developed; Contact information.


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