Fiber Color

Fiber-ColorFiber Color is particularly important as a measure of how well a yarn or fabric will dye or bleached. Instrumental techniques for determining the color of the sample have only now reached the industry, HVI measurements of color provides reasonably accurate results of average reflectance and yellowness in a sample.
Fiber color is:
  1. White.
  2. Light spotted.
  3. Spotted.
  4. Tinged.
  5. Yellow stained.

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