The difference between tent cloth 210D and 420D waterproof Oxford cloth
There are many varieties of tent fabrics. What are the differences between 210D and 420D Oxford fabrics?
210D Oxford cloth uses 210D warp and weft yarn raw materials. The fabric is made of plain weave interwoven on a water-jet loom. After coating, waterproofing and some post-processing, it has the advantages of fine texture, light texture, soft hand feel, and good durability. Although it does not have the powerful function of tearing and cutting at will, it still has the excellent performance of 420D Oxford cloth.
420D Oxford cloth is woven from 400D polyester yarn with plain weave. Compared with 210D Oxford cloth, it is stronger and more wear-resistant. The density of this model is 20×24, the weight is 210, and the door width is 150CM. After dyeing, finishing, waterproofing, PVC coating and other treatments, 420D Oxford cloth has bright colors, breathable, waterproof, fireproof, sunscreen, UV protection, mildewproof, wear-resistant and other properties. It is suitable for advertising tents, carports, awnings, outdoor tents, etc.
420D Oxford cloth
210D and 420D Oxford cloth There is no difference between one and the other. The waterproofing effect can be the same. It’s just a matter of choosing one for different needs and uses. These two Oxford cloths are hot-selling products. For details, please contact customer service or call the hotline:
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