Important technical parameters of textile fabrics
textile fabric fabric
1. Count, how many meters is the length of yarn weighing 1 gram? How many branches are called. For example, a cotton tree can be made into 40 meters of yarn, that is, 40 counts. The higher the yarn count, the finer the yarn. The thinner the fabric is made with such yarn, the softer and more comfortable the fabric will be.
2. Density. Density refers to the number of warp and weft yarns arranged in the unit length of the fabric. Generally, the greater the density, the requirements for manufacturing technology and The higher the cost.
3. Shrinkage, the shrinkage of fabric refers to the percentage of fabric shrinkage after washing or soaking in water. Generally, the fabrics with larger shrinkage rates are synthetic fibers and their blended fabrics, followed by wool fabrics and linen fabrics, with cotton fabrics in the middle.
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