First of all, the tensile and tearing strength of casual fabrics is related to the breaking strength and strength of warp and weft yarns. This is related to the fiber raw material material and blending ratio of the yarn, the fineness of the fiber itself and the fineness of the yarn, the uniformity of the yarn, the moisture regain or moisture content, the single yarn or the strand, the twist of the single yarn and the strand, the fiber And the storage time of the yarn and other factors are related.
Secondly, the factors closely related to the strength of casual fabrics also include the actual weaving methods and weaving conditions and the organizational structure such as plain weave, twill weave, satin weave, jacquard, etc. Also related to warp and weft yarn density.
In addition, in fact, the warp strength and weft strength of casual fabrics will also be affected by different factors. For example, whether it includes a cloth edge, whether it is a solid edge or a raw edge, whether to avoid defects and wrinkles, and the distance from the original fabric edge may be different. Because of this, during the test, the selected sample must be at least 150 mm away from the cloth edge.