What is the characteristics and elasticity of the brushed stretch twill fabric?

- Nov 01, 2018 -

Compared with other fabrics, the brushed stretch twill fabric is not only soft and thick, but also does not easily pilling. Because of the unique sanding process, the friction caused by usual clothes and clothes is completely removed during the manufacturing process. Not only that, but the resulting stretched elastic twill fabric plus polyurethane emulsion, and then a new round of sanding, can make the surface of the fabric to form a simulation of artificial leather, the degree of simulation is very high.

 

The elastic properties of the brushed stretch twill fabric include two aspects of resilience and elasticity. Resilience refers to the ability of the elastic fabric to bend and fold under the action of external force, and the fabric returns to its original state when the external force disappears. Elasticity refers to the tensile deformation of the elastic fabric under the action of external force. When the external force disappears, the fabric returns to the original size, which can indirectly express the basic properties of the elastic fiber in the elastic fabric.

 

Resilience can indirectly express the style of the sanded elastic twill fabric. The worse the resilience, the more flexible the elastic fabric is. Elasticity can indirectly express the basic properties of elastic fibers in fabrics. The greater the deformation of a certain elastic fabric under the same external force, the more obvious the fabric elasticity.

 

Comparing the elastic deformation of the sanded elastic twill fabric, not only can the basic properties of the elastic fiber be examined, but also the degree of damage to the elasticity of the elastic fiber during the dyeing and finishing process can be examined. In examining the elasticity of the elastic fiber, it is not only necessary to examine the warp elasticity of the fabric, but also to check the weft elasticity of the fabric.

 

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