What are the fabric classifications
Update:2021-11-12 0:00:00 Friday
Summary:1. Natural fiberNatural fibers refer to textile fibers found in nature or directly obtained from artificially cultivated animals. Natural fibers can be classified in nature, including cotton (cotton fiber has strong moisture absorption and is comfort...
1. Natural fiber
Natural fibers refer to textile fibers found in nature or directly obtained from artificially cultivated animals. Natural fibers can be classified in nature, including cotton (cotton fiber has strong moisture absorption and is comfortable to wear. It is washable, but it is relatively easy to shrink and wrinkle, and is suitable for all kinds of clothing and bedding in all seasons), hemp (strong moisture absorption, The heat resistance is also very good, the strength is higher than the surface, but the hemp fiber is harder, weaker, easy to wrinkle.), wool, silk, etc.
2. Chemical fiber
Chemical fiber refers to the textile fiber manufactured by a certain method using natural or synthetic polymers as raw materials.
As a clothing material, it mainly has seven major fabrics: polyester (definitely good), nylon (nylon, nylon, capron), acrylic (Aulon, cashmere, Axlon), vinylon (vinylon, yarn, cola) Polyester), viscose, acetate fiber, spandex.
They have common characteristics, please see the following:
1. The hygroscopicity is generally lower than that of natural fiber, and it is easy to be charged with static electricity after friction, and it is easy to attract dust.
2. Most chemical fibers have high strength and good elasticity, but they are easy to fluff after wearing for a long time.
3. The ironing temperature is lower than that of natural fiber. Generally, it will soften and shrink first when it burns, and some can melt, produce dripping and drawing, and produce peculiar smell.
4. The heat setting is better, because they have little moisture absorption, they can still keep the same after washing.
Three, man-made fibers
Man-made fibers refer to fibers that use natural polymers (such as wood, bagasse or animal fibers) as raw materials and undergo certain processing and spinning.
Fourth, synthetic fiber
Synthetic fiber is a fiber made of synthetic polymer giant spinning with petroleum, coal, natural gas and some agricultural and sideline products as raw materials.