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  • What is flame retardant yarn?

    What is flame retardant yarn?

      Flame-retardant yarn is a special fabric that can delay flame burning. Flame-retardant fabrics are divided into finishing flame-retardant and raw material yarn flame-retardant. Flame retardant yarn is a special fabric that can delay flame burning. It is mainly used to make protective clothing, spe... read more

    Sep 29,2020 News
  • The difference between colored spinning and dyed yarn

    The difference between colored spinning and dyed yarn

    Is the dyed yarn colored spinning? Dyed yarn: It is formed by dyeing the yarn through a dyeing process, which is first spinning and then dyeing. Dye spinning: the yarn is formed by first dyeing the fiber and then spinning, in the order of "first dyeing, then spinning". The advantages of color spinni... read more

    Sep 23,2020 News
  • Production process of yarn

    Production process of yarn

    Basic technology and process Top→Mixed sliver→Needle comb→Roving→Spinning→Bundling→Shaking→Inspection→Packing of finished products Spinning fibers into yarn generally goes through the main processes such as blowout, carding, drawing, roving, and spinning. Yarns and threads used in high-end products ... read more

    Sep 17,2020 News
  • Problems to be paid attention to when choosing monofilament polyester filter cloth

    Problems to be paid attention to when choosing monofilament polyester filter cloth

    Monofilament polyester filter cloth, which is a protective material, allows natural sunlight to filter into space, but it limits exposure to ultraviolet rays. It can be used to prevent water loss and keep away from birds and pests. It can be used for yards, around temporary fence type poles, to prev... read more

    Sep 09,2020 News
  • The basic technology and process of yarn

    The basic technology and process of yarn

    Top→Mixed sliver→Needle comb→Roving→Spinning→Bundling→Shaking→Inspection→Packing of finished products. Spinning fibers into yarn generally goes through the main processes such as blowout, carding, drawing, roving, and spinning. Yarns and threads used in high-end products also require additional comb... read more

    Sep 02,2020 News