- BEAM DYEINGA system of dyeing cotton warps, especially when intended for weaving with worsted weft. The yarn is wound on a perforated beam and then placed in a cylindrical chamber which can be made airtight. The dye liquid is pumped into the chamber and penetrates from both outside and inside the yam.
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