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HESSIAN CLOTH
NATURAL FIBRES
JUTE FIBRE
COIR
JUTE INCLUDE
PLANT
JUTE MILLS
RAW JUTE
BEING USED
ROPE
JUTE PRODUCTS
WEST BENGAL
COVERINGS
INDIAN
HIGH TENSILE
NON-WOVEN
DIVERSIFIED
CLIMATE
HEMP
INDUSTRY
FABRIC MADE
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Definitions

  1. Jute - A bast fiber, chiefly from India, used primarily for gunny sacks, bags, cordage, and binding threads in carpets and rugs.
  2. Jute what is is exactly. A description.
  3. Jute is one of the cheapest natural fibres, and is second only to cotton in amount produced and variety of uses.
  4. Jute is used chiefly to make cloth for wrapping bales of raw cotton, and to make sacks and coarse cloth.
  5. Jute is a long, soft, shiny plant fibre that can be spun into coarse, strong threads.

Hessian Cloth

  1. Jute works well for bagging, because it does not extend and is somewhat rough and coarse.
  2. Jute can be used to create a number of fabrics such as Hessian cloth, sacking, scrim, carpet backing cloth (CBC), and canvas.
  3. Traditionally jute was used in traditional textile machineries as textile fibres having cellulose (vegetable fibre content) and lignin (wood fibre content).
  4. Jute fibre is often called hessian; jute fabrics are also called hessian cloth and jute sacks are called gunny bags in some European countries.
  5. For temporary road construction in environmentally sensitive areas, a biodegradable woven jute geotextile has been developed.

Natural Fibres

  1. As the demand for natural comfort fibres increases, the demand for jute and other natural fibres that can be blended with cotton will increase.
  2. Jute has entered various diversified sectors, where natural fibres are gradually becoming better substitution.

Jute Fibre

  1. The industrial term for jute fibre is raw jute.
  2. The jute fibre comes from the stem and ribbon (outer skin) of the jute plant.
  3. Also, fabrics made of jute fibres are carbon- dioxide neutral and naturally decomposable.

Coir

  1. Advin International - Exporters of coir, Jute, seagrass, rubber and cotton products.
  2. Exporters of coir mats, coir rugs, coir carpets and jute carpets.
  3. Products Offered: Manufacturers and exporters of coir, jute, cotton carpets & rugs, handicrafts.

Jute Include

  1. Gante Gante is a cloth made from cotton or tow warp and jute weft.
  2. Conversely, very fine threads of jute can be separated out and made into imitation silk.
  3. Other advantages of jute include acoustic insulating properties and manufacture with no skin irritations.
  4. Advantages of jute include good insulating and antistatic properties, as well as having low thermal conductivity and a moderate moisture regain.
  5. The best source of jute in the world is the Bengal Delta Plain in the Ganges Delta, most of which is occupied by Bangladesh.

Plant

  1. Jute fibres are composed primarily of the plant materials cellulose (major component of plant fibre) and lignin (major components wood fibre).
  2. Jute Jute is a long, soft, shiny plant fibre that can be spun into coarse, strong threads.
  3. Jute butts, the coarse ends of the plants, are used to make inexpensive cloth.
  4. A vegetable fibre procured from bark of the Jute plant and it falls into the category of bast fibres (other bast fibres are Flax, Hemp, Ramie, etc.).

Jute Mills

  1. Margaret Donnelly I was a jute mill landowner in Dundee in the 1800s.
  2. Latif Bawany Jute Mills, the second largest, is still running but was nationalized by the government from prominent businessman, Yahya Bawany.
  3. The long decline in demand forced the largest jute mill in the world ( Adamjee Jute Mills) to close.

Raw Jute

  1. Recently (2004---2007), the jute market turned back again and the price of raw jute increased more than 50% due to high demand of jute products worldwide.
  2. Bangladesh is the largest exporter of raw jute, and India is the largest producer as well as largest consumer of jute products in the world.
  3. Kolkata, May 5, 2008: The Indian Jute Mills Association (IJMA) has urged the Centre to exempt raw jute from futures trading.

Being Used

  1. Jute is now being used to manufacture more eco-friendly interiors for cars and automobiles.
  2. Jute matting being used to prevent flood erosion while natural vegetation becomes established.

Rope

  1. Jute fibers are stripped from their stalks and can be spun into yarn or rope and woven.
  2. Cotton Grass, rush and straw Hemp (mostly used in rope making) Jute Kapok Linen, made from flax Nettle: processed in a similar manner to flax.
  3. All are made from jute rope imported from the Philippines.

Jute Products

  1. Jute products SunPhish Arts Hippie Shop.
  2. Deals into jute products like jute mats, bags, carpets etc.
  3. Ramjeevun Sarawgee & Sons - jute products, Hessiah bags, Burlap sheets, tarpaulin sheets etc.
  4. The industry in Bengal produced about 15.69 lakh tonnes of jute products in 1999; in 2002 this sore to 15.86 lakh tonnes.

West Bengal

  1. For centuries, jute has been an integral part of Bengali culture, which is shared by both Bangladesh and West Bengal of India.
  2. Currently, the Bengal region ( West Bengal, India, and Bangladesh) is the largest global producer of the tossa jute variety.
  3. Jute textile manufacturing is the most prominent industry in West Bengal due to availability of raw jute in the state.

Coverings

  1. Jute floor coverings consist of woven and tufted and piled carpets.
  2. Foreign Accents, Inc - USA. Wholesale of machine- and handmade contemporary area rugs from wool, jute and synthetic fibers to dealers and designers.
  3. Manufacturer of rugs, jute carpets, mats and durries.
  4. Jute bags also come in various shapes and sizes.
  5. So having jute coverings in your home can help to protect and prevent fire spreading.

Indian

  1. She set up the first jute mills in India.
  2. But the farmers of Bangladesh surprisingly did not stop growing jute, mainly due to demand in the internal market.
  3. Jute trade is currently centered around the Indian subcontinent.
  4. Kolkata jute workers can now take a sigh of relief as The Indian Federation of Trade Unions (IFTU) has come to rescue them.
  5. The first jute mill was established at Rishra, on the River Hooghly near Calcutta in 1855 when Mr. George Acland brought jute spinning machinery from Dundee.

High Tensile

  1. Moreover, jute proved to be the most cost effective fibre in this sector, as jute is the cheapest vegetable fibre with very high tensile strength.
  2. These properties are also why jute can be used in high performance technical textiles [4].
  3. Jute has high tensile strength, and low extensibility.

Non-Woven

  1. Jute non-wovens and composites can be used for underlay, linoleum substrate, and more.
  2. Jute fabric comes in a number of varieties including Hessian, CBC, sacking, a heavy fabric variety, jute yarn, webbing and non-woven felt.

Diversified

  1. Diversified jute products are becoming more and more valuable to the consumer today.
  2. Many exporters that were dealing with jute found other commodities in which to deal.
  3. This process is used for bright and fast coloured value-added diversified products made from jute.
  4. Another diversified jute product is Geotextiles, which made this agricultural commodity more popular in the agricultural sector.

Climate

  1. Jute can be processed with an enzyme in order to reduce some of its brittleness and stiffness.
  2. The suitable climate for growing jute (warm and wet climate) is offered by the monsoon climate during the monsoon season.
  3. Jute has a decreased strength when wet, and also becomes subject to microbial attack in humid climates.
  4. Once treated with an enzyme, jute shows an affinity to readily accept natural dyes, which can be made from marigold flower extract.
  5. In one attempt to dye jute fabric with this extract, bleached fabric was mordanted with ferrous sulphate, increasing the fabric's dye uptake value.

Hemp

  1. The retting process consists of bundling jute stems together and immersing them in low, running water.
  2. One of the most valuable natural resources of India, jute is a truly versatile fibre.
  3. JUTE YARN and TWINE - Most of the single strand jute yarn produced is consumed by the mills themselves in fabric and twine manufacture.
  4. Burlap is a coarse fabric woven from jute or hemp.
  5. It alone produces World's 50% of raw jute and 40% of finished jute goods.

Industry

  1. Jute has a long history of use in the sackings, carpets, wrapping fabrics (cotton bale), and construction fabric manufacturing industry.
  2. It is also used in the Jute Industry: It is extensively used in sizing of jute yarns.
  3. Therefore, the demand for Jute has made its way into the automotive industry.

Fabric Made

  1. Sacking, a fabric made of heavy jute fibres, has its use in the name.
  2. The fabric made from jute is popularly known as burlap in North America.

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