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Type of sun fabric

Aug 05,2019 / Industry News / Author: admin

Flame-retardant sunshade: The shading effect is basically 85%-99%, the opening ratio is 1%-15%, and it has flame retardant function, which is generally permanent flame retardant effect.
Embossed shade cloth: embossed by a special machine to achieve a variety of pattern effects, embossed style is very rich
Jacquard sunshade: Jacquard through special procedures to achieve various pattern effects
Metal-coated sunshade: The fabric is dyed and coated with a sunny fabric on the front and a metal coating on the back, including silver plating and aluminizing, which can achieve good ventilation and light transmission. At the same time, according to the principle of reflecting ultraviolet light, the sunshade effect of the general pinhole sunlight fabric is better.
Environmentally friendly sunshade: environmentally friendly fabric, no pollution
Functional sunshade, chemical fiber sunshade (sunshade), car sunshade, reflective diffusing sunshade, folding sunshade, round sand sunshade, innovative sunshade, new sunshade, multi-functional sunshade, etc. cloth
Organizational structure
Plain-grained tissue: There is a flattened tissue, the surface of the fabric made of the tissue has longitudinal ribs; the weft is flat, and the tissue is made of a lateral ridge of the fabric surface.
Twill-changed tissue: Based on the twill weave of the original tissue, it is obtained by extending the length of the tissue point, changing the flying point of the tissue point or the direction of the twill, or using several methods.
Satin-grained tissue: Warp or weft yarns form separate, unconnected tissue or weft tissue points in the fabric that are evenly distributed and often obscured by the floating length of another system on either side. The front of the fabric is smooth and lustrous, and the hand feels soft and smooth.
Complex change organization: It is obtained on the basis of the three original organizations, using various methods. It still has the original organizational characteristics, has a more complex pattern effect, and its surface is beautiful and changeable. There are bird eye tissue, wheat grain tissue, embossed twill weave, and reed twill weave.
Joint organization: An organization formed by combining two or more organizations or changing organizations in a variety of different ways. A geometric or small pattern effect can be exhibited on the surface of the fabric.
Sharo organization: It is a structure that makes the surface clear and uniform with small holes by relying on the warp yarns twisted together with the weft yarns.
Grid structure: Use two or more types of tissues side by side to form a stripe or checkered pattern on the surface of the fabric.
绉 Organization: Using the different floating lengths of the warp and weft yarns, the fabric surface has a uniform distribution, and the appearance of fine grain-like irregularities is not obvious, which can make the fabric surface crepe.
Honeycomb tissue: It can make the fabric have a square shape, a diamond shape or other geometric shape with a high circumference, a low middle, a honeycomb-like appearance, and a lattice formed by a long longitude and longitude floating line.
Through-hole structure: It can make the surface of the fabric produce a uniformly distributed small-pore structure. Because it is similar to the fabric of the leno weave, it has a "fake leno weave" or "molded yarn structure".
Rab tissue: The surface of the fabric has lenticular stripes arranged in a longitudinal, transverse, oblique or other shape.
Complex organization: This type of organization is an organization of multiple sets of warp and weft threads. Heavy tissue, double layer tissue, napped tissue, leno group
Heavy organization: Two or more sets of warp yarns are interlaced with a set of weft yarns, or two or more sets of weft yarns are interwoven with a set of warp yarns to form a double or more overlapping structure. Double jersey fabric can be made.
Two-layer structure: It is a fabric in which two sets of warp yarns are interlaced with two sets of weft yarns to form upper and lower layers.
The napped tissue is made up of a ground tissue for the consolidation of the plush and another tissue forming the pile. When finishing, part of the warp or weft yarn is cut and erected to form a pile on the surface of the fabric. .
Jacquard organization: The organization has a large cycle and the pattern is more complicated. It can only be woven on the jacquard machine.