Development of composite Jute fibers & its caddies and testing its tensile strength and biodegradability
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Jute is one of the most commonly available and widely used fibres in the packaging industry. It is a widely used fibre because of its soft and silky nature. It has the ability to blend with other fibres makes it widely competent in packaging apart from cotton, the most widely used fibre. Jute wastes are nowadays quite a serious concern for many industries and proper utilization of these waste have not been done. In this paper, it has been attempted to blend jute fibres with coir fibres and form a Jute Coir composite in a Double Head 2 ply cir yarn spinning machine and tested for its tensile strength.
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