Nylon fabrics are widely used in our clothing. Simply […]
Nylon fabrics are widely used in our clothing. Simply put, nylon material is drawn into very fine fibers and then woven into fabric. Its scientific name is polyamide fiber. It is a general designation for polyamide fibers produced in nylon fabric manufacturers.
Nylon fabric has better dyeability and hygroscopicity than polyester fabric. It can resist alkali but not acid. If it is exposed to sunlight for a long time, its fiber strength will decrease. Nylon also has the property of heat setting, which can keep the bending deformation form formed during heating.
Advantages of nylon fabric:
Abrasion resistance: Nylon fabric has the title of the first fiber because its abrasion resistance cannot be compared with other fabrics. Because of its high tenacity, its abrasion resistance is 10 times that of cotton fiber, 10 times that of dry viscose fiber and 140 times that of wet fiber.
Wrinkle resistance: Nylon fabric has excellent elasticity and elastic recovery. Although there will be creases at the beginning when the nylon fabric is squeezed tightly, nylon fabric can slowly recover to its original state after a period of time. Due to the high fastness of weft and warp, nylon fabric has good wrinkle resistance.
Wind resistance: Nylon fabric has good moisture absorption in synthetic fiber fabric, and is usually used for mountaineering clothing, down jacket and other clothing due to its light weight. It can prevent cold air from invading to a large extent due to its high density and good fiber resilience.