The difference between chiffon fabrics and polyester fabrics?

Update:11 Jun 2018

1, chiffon: Chiffon is made of polyester or silk as the […]

1, chiffon:

Chiffon is made of polyester or silk as the raw material, and it is processed by twisting and twisting. It has won the favor of many women with ultra-thin characteristics. Because of the longitude and latitude of the fabric, it is particularly easy to breathe, and the amount of dyeing in the dyeing process is sufficient to make the fabric feel softer. It is a fashionable fabric pursued by fashionable women. In addition, “elastic chiffon” uses polyester yarn and spandex as raw materials. The product not only displays a linen style but also has the flexibility of being stretchable. It is not only easy to wear, but also able to add a delicate and beautiful beauty.

2. Polyester:

Polyester is an important type of synthetic fiber. It is the trade name of China's polyester fiber, also known as Terrellon, and China is commonly known as "Danliang."

Features: High strength, impact strength 4 times higher than nylon, 20 times higher than viscose fiber;

Good elasticity, close to wool, good dimensional stability, strong and durable, anti-wrinkle and no-iron;

Good heat resistance, high melting point, is the best in synthetic fiber;

Good thermoplastic, can be made pleated skirt, and pleats lasting;

Poor melt resistance, easy to form holes in the event of soot, Mars, etc.;

Good wear resistance, second only to nylon;

Lightfastness is good, second only to acrylic, exposure to 1000 hours, strong to maintain 60-70%, anti-ultraviolet;

Corrosion resistance. Resistant to bleaches, oxidants, hydrocarbons, ketones, petroleum products and inorganic acids;

Acid resistance is not resistant to alkali and alkali, but it can be decomposed by hot alkali.

Dyeing is poor, but the color fastness is good, not easy to fade;

Poor hygroscopicity, wearing a hot feeling, easy to bring static electricity, dirt, affecting the appearance and comfort;

Easy to dry after washing, easy to wash and dry, with washable wear characteristics.

Features summary: Fabrics woven from ordinary polyester filaments have excellent strength, smoothness, easy washing, and quick drying properties. However, they have a hard feeling, poor tactility, soft luster, breathability, and moisture absorption. Disadvantages such as poor sex. If compared with silk fabrics, the gap is greater, so first must simulate silk on the wire structure in order to eliminate its shortcomings of poor performance.

Uses: It is widely used for the manufacture of clothing fabrics and industrial products. Filaments, often used as low elasticity yarns, make all kinds of textiles; staple fibres, cotton, wool, hemp, etc. may be blended; in industry, tire cords, cords, fishing nets, ropes, filter cloths, margin materials, etc. Is the largest amount of chemical fiber.

Classification: The major categories of polyester are short fibers, drawn yarns, textured yarns, decorative filaments, industrial filaments, and various types of differentiated fibers.

Textile: It can be purely spun or blended. The blending performance is better. Therefore, the polyester fabric is developing in the direction of the naturalization of synthetic fibers such as wool, imitation silk, imitation linen and imitation deerskin.

Category: Knitted polyester fabrics are warp-knitted and weft-knitted fabrics. The weft-knitted fabrics are recommended as the weft-knitted fabrics are better than the warp-knitted fabrics in appearance, elasticity, and appearance. Particularly suitable for different styles of exquisite women's blouse; under clothing, such as pants, skirts should use warp knit, because warp knitted polyester fabric trousers appearance is crisp, compact structure, good wear resistance, raising, pilling and hooking silk comparison less. The quality is divided into first-class products, second-class products, third-class products and other external products.

Dosage: Polyester is the world's largest and most widely used synthetic fiber variety, with polyester accounting for more than 60% of the world's synthetic fiber output. It is widely used in textile materials such as clothing, bedding, various decorative fabrics, defense military special fabrics, and other industrial textile products such as filter materials, insulation materials, tire cords, and conveyor belts.

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