|Material:||56%N 44%P||Weight:||140-145 G|
|Count:||70D/48F*75D/36F T800||Finish:||Dyed WR|
56% N 44% P Fabric,
150cm two tone fabric,
2/2 Twill 70d Fabric
56%N 44%P 2/2 Twill Two-tone Look T800 Material Water Repellent Outdoor Fabric For Winter Jacket
1 . Descriptions:
The fabric is made of 70DFDY semi-gloss nylon latitude 75D polyester T8, 2/2 diagonal structure. By the predetermined type of dyeing treatment, the predetermined type temperature is 180 degrees, and the low temperature affects the shrinkage rate of the garment. The nylon of this fabric is made of acid dye and polyester with a dispersion medium temperature dye process. It has a strong visual effect on the surface level, high color fastness, good elasticity and good drape. This fabric is suitable for making windbreaker and jackets.
2 . Specifications:
|Name||56%N 44%P 2/2 Twill Two-tone Look T800 Material Fabric|
|Color||various colors available|
|Standard||can meet REACH,ROHS,EN71-3|
|Packaging||by rolls as 50m or according to your requirements,polybags,vacuum packing|
3 . Coverage test:
Like the dead cotton hiding property of reactive dyes or vat dyes when dyeing cotton, the hiding power of disperse dyes for poor quality polyester is referred to herein as covering power. Polyester (or vinegar) filament fabrics, including knitwear, often appear in color when dyed with disperse dyes. There are many reasons for the color file, some of which belong to the woven fabric, and also because of the difference in fiber quality, which is exposed after dyeing.
Selecting low-quality polyester filament fabrics, under the same dyeing conditions, dyeing with different kinds of disperse dyes, there will be different situations, some color files are serious, some are not obvious, which reflects that the disperse dyes have different color files. The degree of coverage. According to the gray standard rating, the color difference is 1 level, and the color difference is 5 level.The coverage of the disperse dyes in the color scheme is determined by the dye structure itself, and the dyes have high initial dyeing rate, slow diffusion, and poor mobility, and most of them have poor coverage of color files. Covering power also has a certain relationship with sublimation fastness.
4 .Inspection of dyeing properties of polyester filament:
Conversely, disperse dyes with poor coverage can be used to detect the quality of polyester fibers. The fiber manufacturing process is unstable, including changes in drafting and setting parameters, which can cause inconsistencies in fiber affinity. Polyester filament dyeing quality test, usually with the typical poor adhesion dye Eastman Fast Blue GLF (CI Disperse Blue 27), dyeing depth 1% at 95 ~ 100 ° C for 30 minutes, after washing and drying according to the degree of color difference Ratings are graded.
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