Density of textiles


Identification of density: fabric density refers to the […]

Identification of density: fabric density refers to the number of yarns arranged within 10 cm of the fabric. Many roots and high density. The

number of warp yarns is called warp density, and the number of weft yarns is called weft density. Generally speaking, the warp density of the

fabric is greater than the weft density, but the degree is different. The warp density of the gabardine fabric is the largest, which can be about

double the weft density.

Yarn count is a unit of measure for measuring fabric yarns under a certain weight. The longer the length, the thinner the yarn is. It is available

in English and metric counts:

Imperial count: Under standard moisture regain, how many 840 yards of a pound of yarn length is called how many British counts. The higher the

count, the thinner the yarn (1 pound = 0.45KG, 1 yard = 0.91M);
Metric count: Under metric regain, how many meters long a 1KG heavy yarn is called is called the metric count. The higher the count, the finer the

yarn, and it is often used to measure the fineness of cotton and wool yarn. However, the metric system is an illegal unit of measurement, and

China has stopped using it.China 2 Micron Filter Cloths suppliers

(Density measurement of textiles includes yarn removal point method, magnifying glass observation counting method and density plate method)
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