310T Full-Dull Nylon Taffeta Fabric

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  • Composition: 100% Nylon
  • Yarn Count: 40Dx40D
  • Density: 310T
  • Weight: 59GSM
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    Nylon was developed by the outstanding American scientist Carothers and a scientific research team under his leadership. It is the first synthetic fiber to appear in the world. Nylon is a term for polyamide fiber.

    The emergence of nylon has given a new look to textiles. Its synthesis is a major breakthrough in the synthetic fiber industry and a very important milestone in polymer chemistry.

    Polyamide is mainly used for synthetic fibers. Its most prominent advantage is that its abrasion resistance is higher than all other fibers, 10 times higher than cotton, 20 times higher than wool, and a little polyamide fiber is added to the blended fabric. Greatly improve its wear resistance; when stretched to 3-6%, the elastic recovery rate can reach 100%; it can withstand tens of thousands of times of bending without breaking.

    The strength of polyamide fiber is 1-2 times higher than cotton, 4-5 times higher than wool, and 3 times stronger than viscose fiber. However, polyamide fibers have poor heat resistance and light resistance, and poor retention, and the clothes made are not as firm as polyester. In addition, nylon-66 and nylon-6 used for clothing have the shortcomings of poor hygroscopicity and dyeability. For this reason, new varieties of polyamide fibers-new polyamide fibers of nylon-3 and nylon-4 have been developed. Light weight, excellent wrinkle resistance, good air permeability, good durability, dyeability and heat setting characteristics, so it is considered to be very promising.

    Nylon taffeta is a fabric made of nylon FDY filament. Generally, low-density materials are used for lining, and high-density materials are used for fabrics, such as plain weave, twill weave, and lattice. The quality is better than polyester, the hand feel is soft, and the price is higher.

    Is nylon fabric easy to get dirty? Dirt resistance is still related to the color and finishing. Nylon has better water absorption than polyester and is relatively easy to get dirty, but the difference is not very obvious. 

    Product Name 310T Full-Dull Nylon Taffeta Fabric
    Model No. HYNL003
    Feature Plain
    Composition 100% Nylon
    Yarn Count 40Dx40D
    Density 310T
    Weight 59GSM
    Width 57/58"
    Sample A4 Size
    MOQ 3000M
    Color Customized

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