• What is the difference between polypropylene yarn and polyester yarn?

    What is the difference between polypropylene yarn and polyester yarn?

    What is the difference between polypropylene yarn and polyester yarn? Polypropylene is the trade name of polypropylene fiber. It is a fiber made from propylene as a raw material through polymerization and melt spinning. Polypropylene officially began industrial production in 1957 and is a rising sta... read more

    Apr 16,2021 Industry News
  • The role of nylon filter in life

    The role of nylon filter in life

    In the wire mesh industry, there is a professional reference table of international mesh numbers corresponding to metal mesh and non-metal mesh. The appearance of this table is very friendly to those who have just entered the industry as a reference. We also talked about mesh numbers in the previous... read more

    Apr 08,2021 Industry News
  • How to weave high-performance fabrics with nylon 66 yarn

    How to weave high-performance fabrics with nylon 66 yarn

    Nylon 66 fiber and nylon 6 fiber are the main types of synthetic fibers, while nylon 66 fiber is a commonly used synthetic fiber for underwear fabrics. The excellent properties of nylon 66 are widely used in industries such as high-end underwear fabrics, seamless underwear and medical fabrics. For n... read more

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  • Classification, use and terminology of non-woven fabrics

    Classification, use and terminology of non-woven fabrics

    Non-woven scientific name: Nonwovens (Nonwovens), also known as non-woven fabric, non-woven fabric, non-woven fabric, non-woven fabric. Non-woven technology is a material processing technology that originated from textiles but surpasses textiles. The classification of non-woven fabrics is as follows... read more

    Mar 25,2021 Industry News
  • There are significant differences in development history and usage

    There are significant differences in development history and usage

    There are significant differences in development history and usage. Nylon yarn is often used to make combs, toothbrushes, clothes hooks, fan bones, net bag rope, fruit outer packaging bags and so on. Non-toxic, but not long-term contact with acid and alkali. Polypropylene yarn for civilian use: it c... read more

    Mar 19,2021 Industry News