Waterproof plain fabric special features and waterproof principle

- Jun 05, 2018-

Waterproof plain fabrics are well understood as warp yarns and weft yarns are interwoven once every other yarn. Textiles are commonly used to indicate that the fabric of this weave has a feature that the front and back patterns are the same. And because the yarns have many interweaving points, the number of yarn flexes is the highest, and plain weave fabrics are characterized by wear resistance, low elasticity, and waterproofness.


In the usual production of clothing, waterproof plain fabrics are often used. This fabric is relatively fine and soft, with a light and thin texture, a small amount of impurities, a smooth surface, and a light texture. The key is to be waterproof, breathable, and breathable. Insulation, windproof, warmth and other effects.


The horizontal weave fabrics weaved with plain weave are warp yarns and weft yarns that are interlaced once every other yarn. This kind of cloth is characterized by many intertwining points, and its texture is firm, stiff, smooth, and relatively light and thin, and its wear resistance is good. Breathable, high-grade embroidery fabrics are generally plain weave fabrics.


As a new type of textile fabric, its composition is made of polymer waterproof breathable material plus fabric composite fabric. From the production process, the technical requirements of anti-horizontal fabrics are much higher than those of ordinary waterproof fabrics. At the same time, from the aspect of quality, the anti-horizontal fabrics also have functional features that other waterproof fabrics do not possess.


Waterproof plain fabrics strengthen the airtightness and watertightness of the fabrics, while their unique vapor permeability allows the structure's internal water vapor to be quickly discharged, avoiding structural molds and keeping the body dry, perfect for breathable and windproof, and waterproof. Warmth and other issues, is a new type of health and environmental protection fabrics.


The real waterproof plain fabrics are able to withstand the water seepage pressure and do not seep for a long time in a humid climate environment. For example, if you walk outdoors in a wind and rain for a long time, you will not seep through when you are sitting on wet ground. Because in the state of water vapor, the water particles are very small, and according to the principle of capillary motion, the capillary can be penetrated to the other side smoothly, so that the phenomenon of vapor transmission occurs.