Popularization of knowledge of knitted fabrics

First, the yarn count of knitted fabrics

Cotton yarn is a single yarn or strand of cotton with a certain fineness and unlimited length. It is suitable for weaving, knitting, thread making, and rope making. Its specifications are often expressed in inch counts. The inch counts (Ne) of cotton yarns are defined as the length yardage of cotton yarns with a nominal weight of one pound. Calculation of the imperial count of cotton yarn: When the moisture regain is fixed, there are several 840 yards of cotton with a nominal weight of one pound. For example, if it contains 32 840 yards, it is called 32 British branches, and so on.

Two, yarn count classification

Upset yarn: Cotton yarn of 18 inches or less, mainly used for weaving thick fabrics or pile cotton fabrics.

Langzhong yarn: 19-29 British cotton yarn. Mainly used for knitted garments with general requirements. Fine yarn: 30-60 British cotton yarn. Mainly used for high-grade needle cotton fabrics. Finer yarns: Pure cotton yarns over 60 inches, used for high-end needle cotton fabrics.

 Combing and combing

Carded yarn: refers to the yarn spun by the carded spinning process, also known as uncombed yarn.

Combed yarn: It refers to the yarn produced by using high-quality cotton fiber as the raw material, which increases the combing process when compared to ordinary carded yarn.

Fourth, the weight of knitted fabrics

Generally the weight in grams of square meters of fabric. Gram weight is an important technical indicator for knitted fabrics. In knitted products, generally speaking, the heavier the weight, the thicker the fabric texture.

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