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Thursday, August 29, 2019

Staple strength and staple length

By Andrew Woods  |  Source: AWEX, ICS

Shorter staple length wool tends to have a higher staple strength. This combination of specifications is wrapped up together when valuing wool of different lengths, a pertinent point when considering shorter interval shearing. Staple strength is a function of the variation of fibre diameter along the staple (more variation means lower strength) so a question was asked about the regional variation in staple strength for short wool. This article looks at this question.

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