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Flame retardant finishing and gloss of cotton brocade canvas fabric Aug 02, 2018

The cotton brocade canvas fabric adds flame retardant and fireproof performance to the cotton canvas fabric after its special flame retardant finishing. The cotton brocade canvas fabric has certain requirements on the material during the production process, and needs to pay attention to all Cotton canvas or cotton content of more than 65 percent can be used for flame retardant treatment. Canvas fabric is a thick cotton or linen fabric.

Cotton brocade canvas fabrics generally use plain weave, a small amount of twill weave, warp and weft yarns are used in multiple strands, canvas is usually divided into two categories: coarse canvas and fine canvas. Coarse canvas, also known as tarpaulin, is commonly used on the 58th (ten-inch) four- to seven-strand woven fabric. The fabric is strong and resistant to folding, and has good waterproof performance. It is used for covering automobile transportation and open storage, and for setting sail in the wild. Canopy.

Cotton brocade fabrics are mainly used for the production of labor protection clothing and supplies to a certain extent, and can also be used as shoes, travel bags, backpacks and the like after being dyed. In addition, there are rubber canvas, shield canvas for fire and radiation protection, and canvas for paper machine.

Cotton brocade fabric is a blended fiber, that is, nylon plus cotton, its anti-hairball is not very good, which is a raw material attribute. The overall style of Jinmian fabric is noble and beautiful. Nylon cotton fabric not only has the luster of metal, but also wears noble, gorgeous, and the whole is very firm and straight. In addition, the fabric also has the function of conductive shielding. Therefore, nylon cotton fabric is widely used in scientific research, military high-tech and electronics industries. The added value of the fabric is high.

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