Use of Bamboo Fiber

Bamboo yarn is used for clothing fabrics, mats, sheets, curtains, scarves, etc. For example, light and thin clothing fabrics can be produced by blending with vinylon. Blend with cotton, wool, linen, silk and chemical fibers for woven or knitted fabrics of various specifications. Woven fabrics can be used to make curtains, jackets, casual clothes, suits, […]

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Characteristics of Bamboo Fiber (2)

Anti-ultraviolet Ultraviolet transmittance depends on many factors, such as structure, coverage coefficient, color, chemical additives in processing and sample treatment. Tests by Shanghai Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences show that the penetration rate of cotton and bamboo fibers is 25% and less than 0.6% for 200-400 nm ultraviolet radiation, respectively. Its ultraviolet resistance […]

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Characteristics of Bamboo Fiber (1)

Hygroscopicity and breathability Under 2000 times electron microscopy, bamboo fibers’cross-sectional concave-convex deformation is filled with approximately elliptical pore, which is highly hollow and has strong capillary effect. It can absorb and evaporate water instantaneously. Among all natural fibers, bamboo fibers’ moisture absorption and dehydration and air permeability rank first among the five fibers, and far-infrared […]

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bamboo fiber

Bamboo fiber is the fifth largest natural fiber extracted from naturally grown bamboo, followed by cotton, hemp, wool and silk. Bamboo fibrils have good gas permeability, instant water absorption, strong wear resistance and good dyeability, and have natural antibacterial, antibacterial, antimony, deodorant and anti-ultraviolet functions. The chemical constituents of bamboo fibrils are mainly cellulose, hemicellulose […]

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Warping classification(2)

(3) Stripping warping is also called belt warping. This method of warping is based on the yarn arrangement cycle and the capacity of the creel, dividing the total number of roots required for the full-width fabric into as many strips as the number of roots as possible, and then sizing the strips according to the […]

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Warping classification(1)

According to the characteristics of the production process adopted by the warping, the warping can be divided into several forms such as batch warping, ball warping, strip warping and segmental warping. (1) Batch warping, also known as shaft warping. This warping method divides the total warp number required for the whole fabric into several batches […]

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Warping

Warping is a process in which a certain number of warp yarns are arranged in a predetermined length and width according to the requirements of the process design, and are wound in parallel on the warp beam or the weaving shaft with uniform tension. The warping process causes the warp yarn package to be changed […]

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Drawing

After loosening and carding, the fibre material has been made into continuous strip semi-finished products, namely raw strips. But it can not be directly spun into yarn, because the quality and structure of raw strip is far from the final yarn requirements, and the fiber straightness and separation are poor. Most of the fibers in […]

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