Acrylic Nylon Polyester Core Spun Yarn
The core-spun yarn generally uses synthetic fiber filaments with good strength and elasticity as the core yarn, and is twisted and spun with short fibers such as outsourcing cotton, wool, and viscose fibers. Through the combination of outsourcing fibers and core yarns, They can make use of their respective advantages, make up for the shortcomings of both parties, and optimize the structure and characteristics of the yarn, so the core-spun yarn has the excellent performance of the filament core yarn and the outer short fiber.
The more common core-spun yarn is polyester-cotton core-spun yarn, which uses polyester filament as the core yarn and is covered with cotton fibers. There is also spandex core-spun yarn, which is a yarn made of spandex filament as the core yarn and outsourced with other fibers. Knitted fabrics or jeans made of this core-spun yarn stretch and fit comfortably when worn.
At present, the core-spun yarn has developed into many types, which can be summarized into three categories: staple fiber and staple fiber core-spun yarn, chemical fiber filament and short fiber core-spun yarn, chemical fiber filament and chemical fiber filament core-spun yarn. At present, more core-spun yarns are generally made of chemical fiber filaments as the core yarn, which is a unique structure core-spun yarn formed by outsourcing various short fibers. The commonly used chemical fiber filaments for its core yarn include polyester filaments, nylon filaments, spandex filaments, etc. Outsourced short fibers include cotton, polyester cotton, polyester, nylon, acrylic and wool fibers.
In addition to its special structure, the core-spun yarn has many advantages. It can take advantage of the excellent physical properties of the core yarn chemical fiber filament and the performance and surface characteristics of the outer short fiber to give full play to the strengths of the two fibers and make up for their shortcomings. Both spinnability and weavability are greatly enhanced. For example, the polyester-cotton core-spun yarn can give full play to the advantages of polyester filaments, which are crisp, crease-resistant, easy to wash and quick-drying, and at the same time, can take advantage of the advantages of outsourcing cotton fibers such as good moisture absorption, low static electricity, and not easy to pilling. The woven fabric is easy to dye and finish, comfortable to wear, easy to wash, bright in color and elegant in appearance.
Core spun yarns also reduce fabric weight while maintaining and improving fabric properties. The use of core-spun yarn is currently the most widely used core-spun yarn with cotton as the skin and polyester as the core. It can be used to produce student uniforms, work clothes, shirts, bathrobe fabrics, skirt fabrics, sheets and decorative fabrics. An important development of core-spun yarn in recent years is the use of polyester-core core-spun yarn covered with viscose, viscose and linen or cotton and viscose blends in women's clothing fabrics, as well as cotton and silk or cotton and wool. Blended covered corespun yarns, these products are very popular.
According to the different uses of core-spun yarn, the current types of core-spun yarn mainly include: core-spun yarn for clothing fabrics, core-spun yarn for elastic fabrics, core-spun yarn for decorative fabrics, and core-spun yarn for sewing threads.