Waterproof Stretch Fabric Performance

- Apr 17, 2018 -

Waterproof stretch fabrics are often used as outdoor sports fabrics, which not only have good flexibility, but also have excellent waterproof performance. Good flexibility can make the fabric effectively protect the muscles in the stretching of the power consumption, and water resistance can prevent the outside rain water permeability. Therefore, the waterproof elastic fabric can exert the ability of the human to break through the limits on the basis of the body surface.

 

Everyone should know that in different outdoor complex environments, people often have more contact with water, and waterproof stretch fabrics can provide more personal protection for outdoor clothing and prevent the outside rain from seeping through. Let's keep our movements dry and free from outdoor trips due to weather changes.

 

From the composition analysis, in fact, the waterproof elastic fabric belongs to a new type of textile fabric, and the requirements for the waterproofing of the fabric in the production process are more stringent. The fabric itself has good heat resistance, abrasion resistance, corrosion resistance, non-stickiness, moisture resistance, slidability.

 

First of all, due to the particularity of the materials used and the manufacturing process, waterproof stretch fabrics have excellent heat resistance and low temperature resistance. This fabric has a significant thermal stability, it can work at freezing temperatures without embrittlement and does not melt at high temperatures. Followed by having excellent wear resistance. Under a certain load, it has the dual advantages of wear resistance and non-adhesion.

 

Similarly, waterproof elastic fabrics also have excellent properties such as corrosion resistance and non-stickiness. For this reason, these fabrics have been favored in the market. In fact, waterproof stretch fabrics have been used very widely in current life. At the same time as the production technology becomes more mature, its development will become better in the future.

 

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