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Also known as air-interlaced, commingled, or heathered. A method of producing yarn in which BCF yarns are "locked" together by air jets at regular intervals. The resulting yarn is characterized by a heather appearance. Air-entangling is used with solution dyed yarns and yarns with different dye affinities (for use in piece dyeing or yarn dyeing).

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