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  • Not all polyester fibers are called polyester

    Not all polyester fibers are called polyester

    1. Polyester The research on polyester began in the 1930s. It was invented by British Whinfield and Dickson. It was industrialized in the United Kingdom in 1949 and the United States in 1953. It is a late-developed product among large varieties of synthetic fibers. But the development speed is very ... read more

    Dec 18,2020 News
  • The difference between functional coated fabric and functional textile flame retardant fabric

    The difference between functional coated fabric and functional textile flame retardant fabric

    What is the difference between functional coated fabric and functional textile flame retardant fabric? Both functional coated fabrics and functional textile flame-retardant fabrics have their special functions, but their definitions, manufacturing, protective properties, and washing methods are comp... read more

    Dec 12,2020 News
  • Frequently asked questions about flame retardant fabrics

    Frequently asked questions about flame retardant fabrics

    What is the production process of flame retardant fabrics? The production process of flame-retardant fabrics: Simply put, it is rolling and baking. Specifically, it must be rolled first, that is, through chemical agents, and the second step is ammonia fumigation. At this time, the ammonia smell of t... read more

    Dec 03,2020 News
  • Classification of knitted fabrics

    Classification of knitted fabrics

    1. Polyester yarn-dyed knitted fabric: The fabric is bright in color, beautiful, with matching colors, dense and thick texture, clear weaves, and strong sense of wool, similar to wool fabric tweed style. Mainly used as men's and women's tops, suits, windbreakers, vests, skirts, cotton-padded jacket ... read more

    Nov 28,2020 News
  • How about the stain resistance of waterproof fabric?

    How about the stain resistance of waterproof fabric?

    Antifouling ability is still very good. Many people are curious about why waterproof fabric can not be soaked by water. The principle is that water particles are very small in the state of water vapor. According to the principle of capillary movement, the capillary smoothly penetrates to the opposit... read more

    Nov 20,2020 News