Polyester fiber has good rigidity, good shape retention […]
Polyester fiber has good rigidity, good shape retention and stiffness, and is often blended with cotton and wool.
Nylon, also known as nylon, is a kind of more flexible fiber material, and it is the most wear-resistant. It is commonly used as the "three mouths" of clothing, and is often used in hosiery products. In recent years, nylon and viscose fiber are often intertwined to form a brocade. Adhesive fabric.
Acrylic fiber is the best synthetic fiber, commonly known as synthetic wool, commonly used as a sweater material.
The moisture absorption performance of vinylon is the best among synthetic fibers. The performance is close to that of cotton fiber. It is used less in civilians and has a low grade. It is usually used in industrial products such as ropes, hoses and fish nets.
The polypropylene has the lightest texture and a specific gravity of 0.91, which is the lightest material in textile fibers. It is wear-resistant, durable and can not afford ball.
Chlorine is not easy to burn. It is commonly used as a civilized product such as knitted underwear and wool. It is also used in industrial filter cloth, overalls, insulation cloth, safety tents, etc.
Spandex is the most elastic fiber material. It has high elongation and high elasticity. It is commonly used as a tight-fitting product, but it is rarely used because it is not colored and has the lowest strength.
Recycled fiber, also known as man-made fiber, is made from natural materials by pulping and spinning, with regenerated cellulose and regenerated protein. The most commonly used is viscose fiber (regenerated cellulose fiber), which has the main characteristics of cotton and hemp, but the strength is lower than that of cotton and linen, and the wet strength is smaller. Regenerated proteins are used sparingly, and chitin fibers are well established for use in today's medical field.