In the textile fabric market in recent years, scuba has been one of the most prevalent. The raw materials of the scuba are polyester, polyester spandex, polyester-cotton spandex, etc. And it becomes more and more popular with consumers at home and abroad. Like sandwich mesh fabrics, scuba has the same effect and have three layers. For the structure and the function of keeping warm, it is widely used on sports jackets, sweaters, skirts, underwear, home textiles.
The fabric structure of the scuba.
Through the structural design, the inner, middle, and outer three-piece fabric structure is adopted to form an air interlayer in the fabric, which has a warmth retention effect. A double-layer structure and a warp-weft system are added between the front and back warps and wefts to form a three-layer sandwich structure of inner, middle and outer layers. The middle layer is made of good bulkiness and elasticity. A good filling yarn can form a layer of still air to keep warm.
The Advantages if scuba.
1. The warmth-keeping effect of the scuba fabric is particularly prominent. The inner, middle, and outer three-piece fabric structure is used to form an air interlayer in the fabric through the structural design. The middle layer uses a filling yarn with good bulkiness and elasticity to form a still scuba, with the best thermal insulation effect.
2. The scuba fabric is not prone to wrinkles and has strong moisture/(water) perspiration. This is also the unique three-layer structure of the scuba fabric. The gap is large, and the surface is pure cotton fabric, so it has the effect of absorbing water and locking water.
3. Good elasticity and fluffy feel.
4. Fewer defects. The scuba fabric uses a three-piece fabric structure of inside, middle and outside, which results in fewer defects in clothing compared to but one piece of fabric.
How the scuba is made?
The pure cotton fabric is soaked in a chemical solution. After soaking, the surface of the fabric is covered with countless extremely fine hairs. These fine hairs can form an extremely thin scuba on the surface of the fabric. There is another kind of two different fabrics stitched together. The gap between is also called scuba.
Vacancy layer fabrics are generally made of two layers of knitted fabrics. A special process compounds the middle. The middle is not a common compound and is tightly bonded. There will be about 1-2 mm of vacancies. The two pieces of fabric are combined with fine fleece. Compounded together, because there is a wider open position than other composite fabrics, it is called scuba fabric. The whole cloth surface is not as soft as usually knitted fabrics but has a sense of stiffness like a coating material, so many people use it to make coats and coats such as coats and windbreakers.