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What is "Elastomeric Yarn" - Definition & Explanation

A Yarn Formed From An Elastomer.,
Note 1: Elastomeric Yarn May Either Be Incorporated Into Fabric In The Bare State Or Wrapped With Relatively Inextensible Fibres. Wrapping Is Done By Covering (see Covered Yarn), Core Spinning Or Uptwisting.,
Note 2: Examples Are Elastane And Elastodiene Yarns.
A yarn formed from an elastomer. Elastomeric yarn may either be incorporated into fabric in the bare state or wrapped with relatively inextensible fibres. Wrapping is done by covering, core spinning or uptwisting. Elastan and elastodiene yarns are examples.
A yarn formed from an elastomer.

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