Cotton brocade canvas fabrics have been fire-retardant and fire-retardant based on their special flame-retardant finishing. Based on the flame-retardant yarns, a large number of flame-retardant yarns are on the market. Flame retardant yarn is the choice of many people. Flame-retardant canvas has certain requirements on the material of the fabric. It is necessary to pay attention to the content of cotton canvas or cotton of more than 65 percent in order to be flame-retardant.
The basic concept of cotton brocade fabric
Cotton brocade fabric is a thick cotton fabric or hemp fabric. It is named for the first time because of the sail. In the production, it mainly uses plain weave, a small amount of twill weave, warp and weft. The yarns are all multi-stranded. Canvas is usually divided into two categories: rough canvas and fine canvas. Coarse canvas, also known as tarpaulin, is commonly used on the 58th (ten-inch) four- to seven-strand woven fabric. The fabric is strong and resistant to folding, and has good waterproof performance. It is used for covering automobile transportation and open storage, and for setting sail in the wild. Canopy.
The warp and weft yarns of cotton brocade canvas fabrics are generally from the 58th to the 26th (20th) / 2nd to 21st/six, for the production of labor protection clothing and their products. Can be used as shoes, travel bags, backpacks and other fabrics. In addition, there are rubber canvas, fireproof, radiation-proof shielding canvas, paper machine canvas.