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  • Poly poly core spun sewing thread

Poly poly core spun sewing thread

Updated:2021-01-15

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 ConceptPolyester coated polyester core-spun thread belongs to polyester staple fiber threadPolyester staple fiber thread is produced from high-strength low-extension polyester raw materials, with wool on the surface, hairy appearance, and no gloss. The temperature resistance is 130 degrees, high temperature dyeing, burning will emit black smoke. It is characterized by abrasion resistance, dry cleaning resistance, stone scrubbing resistance, bleaching resistance or resistance to other detergent materials, and low expansion rate.Pure cotton staple fiber thread is a sewing thread made from pure cotton fiber through refining, bleaching, sizing, and waxing. Pure cotton sewing thread can be divided into non-light (or soft thread), silk light and wax light. Pure cotton sewing thread has high strength and good heat resistance, suitable for high-speed sewing and durable pressing. It is mainly used for sewing cotton fabrics, leather and high-temperature ironed clothes, but the disadvantage is that it has poor elasticity and wear resistance.Polyester-cotton staple fiber thread is made of 65% polyester and 35% cotton blending. It has the advantages of polyester and cotton. It has high strength, wear resistance, heat resistance and good shrinkage. It is mainly used for cotton and polyester cotton. High-speed sewing of all kinds of clothing.The 20S, 40S, 60S, etc. in front of the staple fiber sewing thread model all refer to the yarn count. The yarn count can be simply understood as the thickness of the yarn. The higher the count, the finer the yarn count; the 2, 3 behind the model "/" indicate that the sewing thread is made of several strands of yarn and twisted. For example: 60S/3 is made of 3 strands of 60 yarns and twisted. Therefore, the higher the count, the thinner the thread and the lower the strength of the sewing thread made by twisting the same number of yarns; the more the number of strands, the thicker the thread and the stronger the sewing thread. Bigger.
 Classification1. Polyester-coated polyester core-spun yarn, using high-performance polyester filament and polyester staple fiber, spun by a special cotton spinning process, has a filament-like evenness, smooth, less hairy, and small expansion, which is better than the same specifications Polyester sewing thread.2. SP thread, also called PP pure polyester thread, PP thread, is also made of polyester material with high strength and low extension. The SP thread has wool on the surface, which can withstand a temperature of 130 degrees and can be dyed at high temperature. Polyester raw material is the most resistant to friction, dry cleaning, stone washing, bleaching and other detergents among all materials. Its low elongation and low stretch rate ensure excellent seamability, and can prevent wrinkles and jumps. needle.3. Cotton core-spun core-spun thread: It is made of high-performance polyester filament and cotton, spun by a special cotton spinning process, with filament-like evenness, smooth, less hairiness, small expansion, and has the characteristics of cotton.4. Pure cotton thread, using 100% pure cotton fiber as raw material, through combing, singeing, mercerizing and other links, the sewing thread made by high-density twisting has excellent tension and is suitable for sewing pure cotton fabrics.5. Super pure cotton thread, also called super cored thread. The product is made of pure cotton on the outside and polyester filament on the inside, so it has all the characteristics of pure cotton, but the appearance does not reveal the polyester filament. The super pure cotton thread is dyed once, and the appearance looks like a pure cotton thread, but the tensile force is stronger than the ordinary pure cotton thread.6. Cotton Mark is made by twisting two-for-one on the basis of polyester staple fiber. The twist direction is generally divided into S direction and Z direction, that is, left twist and right twist. There are two ways of twisting, one is to twist several strands together, the other is to twist 2 strands, 3 strands, or 4 strands into a small strand, and then use these small strands to twist 3 strands, 4 strands, 5 strands, etc. 6 strands are twisted into a large strand. Common specifications are: 2x3, 3x3, 3x4, 3x5, 3x6, 4x3, 6x3, etc.

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