Micro fibres are half the diameter of the fine silk fibre, one third of the diameter of cotton, one quarter of the diameter of wool and one hundred times finer than human hair. To classify as a micro fibre the fibre should be less than 1 decitex in dia. Fabrics made from micro fibres are light weight, resist wrinkling and have good drape and less pilling. So a micro fibre is defined as a fibre or filament having a linear density of less than 1 dtex and more than 0.3 dtex. Fibres of linear density less than 0.3

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Prof. K. J. Sivagnanam is M. Tech (Ph.D), Vice Principal and K.P.Kathirvel is M.Tech (Senior Lecturer), NIFT Tea College of Knitwear Fashion, Tiruppur