Definitions for "Heat setting"
A process where carpet yarns are subjected to high heat to give them a permanent shape. Much like curling your hair. This greatly enhances texture retention and durability.
The process by which carpet yarns are exposed to heat to promote twist retention and overall stability to yarn configuration.
The process of conferring dimensional stability and other desirable properties (wrinkle resistance and improved heat resistance) by means of either moist or dry heat.
Fixturing a spring at elevated temperature to minimize loss of load at operating temperature.
A process to prerelax a spring in order to improve stress relaxation resistance in service.
Deflecting a spring in a fixture at elevated temperatures in order to reduce loss of load at operating temperatures.