Blankets, as one of the bedding items that people are very familiar with, have always been one of the essential daily necessities for people. Especially in winter and summer, thick and warm blankets are needed in winter, and light and cool blankets are needed in summer. It can be said that blankets are very important to our lives. The blanket fabric factory will briefly introduce the types of blanket fabrics.
1. Animal fiber. Animal fibers mainly include. Wool, mohair, rabbit hair, cashmere, camel hair, yak hair, etc. Among the many blanket materials, animal fiber blankets are the most popular and the best because animal fiber blankets are also expensive in the market.The animal fiber blanket has good heat retention and is very soft and comfortable in contact with human skin. Animal fibers are densely woven, elastic, and very durable.
2. Nylon. Nylon is the Chinese name for synthetic nylon. The translation name is also called "nylon" and "nylon", and the scientific name is polyamide fiber, that is, nylon. It has good strength and abrasion resistance, ranking first among all fibers. The hygroscopicity of nylon fabrics is an excellent variety among synthetic fiber fabrics. Polyamide has poor air permeability and is prone to static electricity.
3. Spandex. Spandex is the trade name of polyurethane elastic fiber in my country. Spandex started industrial production in 1959, mainly woven stretch fabrics. Typically, spandex filaments and other fibers are spun into core-spun yarns for weaving. It can be used to make all kinds of underwear, swimwear, tights, jeans, sportswear, belt elastics, etc. The clothing made of spandex is comfortable to wear and can adapt to the deformation needs of various parts of the human body. body, and can reduce the sense of restraint of clothes on the body.
4. Vinylon. Vinylon is the trade name of polyvinyl acetal fiber, also called vinyl. Its properties are close to that of cotton, and it is called "synthetic cotton". It is the most hygroscopic variety of existing synthetic fibers. Vinylon was made in Germany in the 1930s, but it is not resistant to hot water and is mainly used for surgical sutures.