Classification of Taslan fabrics

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Classification of Taslan fabrics
Taslan fabric is a kind of nylon fabric, Taslan is a modern high-tech polyester woven fabric. It is a sturdy and durable fabric as well as a water repellent fabric, which is very suitable for outdoor sports and intense sports. Because it can dry quickly and quickly and effectively absorb moisture from the body, we will not sweat a lot. And because it does not absorb water like other clothing fabrics and materials, and can quickly evaporate and dry, we can always maintain a comfortable body feeling so that when we stop to rest, the clothes are wet and cold.
According to different workmanship, Taslan fabrics can be divided into three commonly used fabrics. The characteristics of each material are also different. ;
Nylon Taslan: 70D nylon filament is used for the warp, and 160D nylon air variation special yarn is used for the weft. The fabric structure adopts a double-plane jacquard structure and is woven with a water jet loom. The fabric is not only like jacquard, but also more creative and rich in texture than the ordinary similar Taslan, and the quality is at the same level. The grey fabric of this fabric is 165 cm wide and reaches 158 g/m². The current market wholesale price is generally 9.50RMB/meter. There are different shades of purple, grass green, light green, etc. on the market, and different nylon Taslan fabrics of different colors and weights can be customized according to customer requirements. It has the advantages of no fading, wrinkle resistance, and discoloration resistance. Suitable for casual clothes such as suits, skirts or professional suits used by ladies.
Honeycomb Taslan: The fabric warp is made of 70D nylon FDY, the weft is made of 160D nylon air-change yarn, and the warp and weft density is 430X200 strands/10 cm, and it is woven on a water jet loom with a tap. The fabric is basically a double-layer plain weave with a honeycomb grid pattern on the surface. Grey cloth is first loosened and refined to reduce alkalinity, dye, soften and shape. Excellent air permeability, dry hand, soft and elegant, comfortable to wear. Suitable for casual and children's wear and suit skirts. This fabric is comfortable to wear, elegant in appearance, and harmonious in luster. It not only meets people's fashion requirements but also has practicality, but also has the characteristics of water repellent fabric. ;
Full Dal Taslan: The fabric warp is Full Dal 70D Nylon-6FDY Silk, and the weft is Full Dal 160D Nylon Air Variation Yarn. The product has a wide range of uses. There are not only men's wear, but also women's sportswear, casual wear, and children's wear. It is the best fabric for making school uniforms. The most significant advantages are comfort, warmth, breathability, and economy. It is suitable for mass consumption and is loved by consumers. ;

Pongee Fabric: Uses and Advantages
Pongee is a medium-weight, balanced, woven fabric with an irregular filling and a fine regular warp. It was originally wild-silk fabric, but today it’s used to refer to a fabric with an appearance of irregular filling yarns and fine warp yarns. The most common form of pongee fabric is the naturally colored light-weight silk-like, plain weave fabric usually with a slubbed effect.
The most common uses include dresses, umbrellas, blouses, etc. They also make excellent linings in many types of garments from jackets to suits and dresses to coats. The fabric is fully washable, which makes it the best alternative compared to acetate and other more heavy-weight linings. The fabric is durable, strong, and tightly woven which also makes it aesthetic as a lining for finished products.
Advantages of Pongee fabric
• Abrasion resistant and Very durable
• Resists shrinking and stretching
• Waterproof and dries quickly
• Mildew and mold resistant
• Easy to clean, you may dry clean it
• Holds color well and resists fading
• Recyclable

What Is Taffeta Fabric?
Taffeta is a crisp, lightweight fabric that is commonly used to make a variety of types of high-end women's apparel. This plain-woven fabric is smooth to the touch, and it can be made from a variety of different materials. While it's true that taffeta fabric is made by twisting yarn as it is woven, many other fabrics are also made with this method, which means that the starched and shape-retaining qualities of taffeta are more representative of its unique attributes than its name.

How Is Taffeta Fabric Used?
Taffeta is considered to be a luxury fabric, and it is relatively prone to damage. Therefore, it isn't commonly used in everyday clothing; on the contrary, it is more common to see this type of fabric used in big-ticket apparel like wedding dresses and evening wear.
Due to its iconic rustling and lightweight heft, this fabric is commonly used in party attire of all kinds. For instance, it is frequently used to make party costumes, and it also may be used to make costumes for stage plays. Due to its softness, piece-dyed taffeta is sometimes used to make linings for jackets and coats.
Beyond apparel, taffeta fabric is also used to make a number of consumer items. For instance, umbrellas are commonly made with this fabric, and taffeta fabric is also used to make certain forms of insulation. In addition, this substance is sometimes used to make handbags and stuffing in sleeping bags, and during World War II, this fabric was commonly used to make parachutes.

WHAT ARE RECYCLED FABRICS?
Textiles made of natural or synthetic fibers are not just used for clothes but also used in homes, hospitals, workplaces, and vehicles, in form of cleaning materials, such as leisure equipment, protective wear, and so on. If these textiles are sorted, graded, and reused again to make fabrics for different end uses it is called as recycled fabric.
Textiles made of regular polyester fiber are not environment friendly as the production of a fabric involves huge quantities of water, chemicals, and the use of fossil fuels. The raw materials, as well as the byproducts, are toxic, pollute water and air and cause several health issues. Hence companies have found ways to create polyester out of recycled plastic bottles or even recycled polyester fabric.
Similarly, great progress has also been made to recycle other synthetic fiber types like nylon and spandex to make recycled fabrics prevent the fabric from going to waste/landfills.
The use of recycled fabrics has significant importance as it provides both environmental and economic benefits. ;

What are they made from? And what variation do Recycled fabrics comes in?
We consider recycled polyester fabrics as an example to know more about the process and methods used for recycling. ;
The recycled polyester fabric uses PET (polyethylene terephthalate) as raw material and this comes from recycled plastic bottles which go to landfills. Recycled polyester uses 33-53% less energy than regular polyester and it can be continuously recycled. [2] Recycled polyester also doesn’t require huge land to grow a crop or use gallons of water like cotton for its production.
Recycled polyester fabrics can also come from used polyester fabrics where the recycling process starts by cutting the polyester garments into small pieces. The shredded fabric is then granulated and turned into polyester chips. The chips are melted and spun into new filament fibers used to make new polyester fabrics.

Characteristics of the Oxford Fabric
Oxford fabric is very popular due to its characteristics and multipurpose use. It is particularly used for making casual or sporty cotton shirts, pants, and other casual-to-formal garments. ;
The Oxford fabric or cloth was one of four most modern fabrics named after the most popular universities, viz., Oxford, Cambridge, Yale, and Harvard in a Scottish fabric mill in the 19th century. This fabric features a basketweave structure made by weaving multiple yarns together by passing them over one another in vertical and horizontal directions. Thin yarns are woven over a thicker filler yarn. While making colored and patterned Oxford shirts, the threads passing in one direction are dyed, while the others are left in white. This creates a slightly thicker cloth with a fine texture and gives the fabric a unique checkerboard appearance. Though it is a little coarse, it is quite comfortable to wear. The fabric is mainly used for making cotton dress shirts for both casual and formal occasions due to its versatility. Besides that, it also has many other applications.
Initially, Oxford cloth was made with pure cotton, but many of them are now made by incorporating synthetic fibers such as polyester and rayon. It is a fabric that needs less care than most other fabrics. It can easily be put for wash and stays in shape better, compared to most other fabrics. Oxford fabrics are very affordable due to the yarn used for weaving and are comfy too.
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Classification of Taslan fabrics
Taslan fabric is a kind of nylon fabric, Taslan is a modern high-tech polyester woven fabric. It is a sturdy and durable fabric as well as a water repellent fabric, which is very suitable for outdoor sports and intense sports. Because it can dry quickly and quickly and effectively absorb moisture from the body, we will not sweat a lot. And because it does not absorb water like other clothing fabrics and materials, and can quickly evaporate and dry, we can always maintain a comfortable body feeling so that when we stop to rest, the clothes are wet and cold.
According to different workmanship, Taslan fabrics can be divided into three commonly used fabrics. The characteristics of each material are also different. ;
Nylon Taslan: 70D nylon filament is used for the warp, and 160D nylon air variation special yarn is used for the weft. The fabric structure adopts a double-plane jacquard structure and is woven with a water jet loom. The fabric is not only like jacquard, but also more creative and rich in texture than the ordinary similar Taslan, and the quality is at the same level. The grey fabric of this fabric is 165 cm wide and reaches 158 g/m². The current market wholesale price is generally 9.50RMB/meter. There are different shades of purple, grass green, light green, etc. on the market, and different nylon Taslan fabrics of different colors and weights can be customized according to customer requirements. It has the advantages of no fading, wrinkle resistance, and discoloration resistance. Suitable for casual clothes such as suits, skirts or professional suits used by ladies.
Honeycomb Taslan: The fabric warp is made of 70D nylon FDY, the weft is made of 160D nylon air-change yarn, and the warp and weft density is 430X200 strands/10 cm, and it is woven on a water jet loom with a tap. The fabric is basically a double-layer plain weave with a honeycomb grid pattern on the surface. Grey cloth is first loosened and refined to reduce alkalinity, dye, soften and shape. Excellent air permeability, dry hand, soft and elegant, comfortable to wear. Suitable for casual and children's wear and suit skirts. This fabric is comfortable to wear, elegant in appearance, and harmonious in luster. It not only meets people's fashion requirements but also has practicality, but also has the characteristics of water repellent fabric. ;
Full Dal Taslan: The fabric warp is Full Dal 70D Nylon-6FDY Silk, and the weft is Full Dal 160D Nylon Air Variation Yarn. The product has a wide range of uses. There are not only men's wear, but also women's sportswear, casual wear, and children's wear. It is the best fabric for making school uniforms. The most significant advantages are comfort, warmth, breathability, and economy. It is suitable for mass consumption and is loved by consumers. ;

Pongee Fabric: Uses and Advantages
Pongee is a medium-weight, balanced, woven fabric with an irregular filling and a fine regular warp. It was originally wild-silk fabric, but today it’s used to refer to a fabric with an appearance of irregular filling yarns and fine warp yarns. The most common form of pongee fabric is the naturally colored light-weight silk-like, plain weave fabric usually with a slubbed effect.
The most common uses include dresses, umbrellas, blouses, etc. They also make excellent linings in many types of garments from jackets to suits and dresses to coats. The fabric is fully washable, which makes it the best alternative compared to acetate and other more heavy-weight linings. The fabric is durable, strong, and tightly woven which also makes it aesthetic as a lining for finished products.
Advantages of Pongee fabric
• Abrasion resistant and Very durable
• Resists shrinking and stretching
• Waterproof and dries quickly
• Mildew and mold resistant
• Easy to clean, you may dry clean it
• Holds color well and resists fading
• Recyclable

What Is Taffeta Fabric?
Taffeta is a crisp, lightweight fabric that is commonly used to make a variety of types of high-end women's apparel. This plain-woven fabric is smooth to the touch, and it can be made from a variety of different materials. While it's true that taffeta fabric is made by twisting yarn as it is woven, many other fabrics are also made with this method, which means that the starched and shape-retaining qualities of taffeta are more representative of its unique attributes than its name.

How Is Taffeta Fabric Used?
Taffeta is considered to be a luxury fabric, and it is relatively prone to damage. Therefore, it isn't commonly used in everyday clothing; on the contrary, it is more common to see this type of fabric used in big-ticket apparel like wedding dresses and evening wear.
Due to its iconic rustling and lightweight heft, this fabric is commonly used in party attire of all kinds. For instance, it is frequently used to make party costumes, and it also may be used to make costumes for stage plays. Due to its softness, piece-dyed taffeta is sometimes used to make linings for jackets and coats.
Beyond apparel, taffeta fabric is also used to make a number of consumer items. For instance, umbrellas are commonly made with this fabric, and taffeta fabric is also used to make certain forms of insulation. In addition, this substance is sometimes used to make handbags and stuffing in sleeping bags, and during World War II, this fabric was commonly used to make parachutes.

WHAT ARE RECYCLED FABRICS?
Textiles made of natural or synthetic fibers are not just used for clothes but also used in homes, hospitals, workplaces, and vehicles, in form of cleaning materials, such as leisure equipment, protective wear, and so on. If these textiles are sorted, graded, and reused again to make fabrics for different end uses it is called as recycled fabric.
Textiles made of regular polyester fiber are not environment friendly as the production of a fabric involves huge quantities of water, chemicals, and the use of fossil fuels. The raw materials, as well as the byproducts, are toxic, pollute water and air and cause several health issues. Hence companies have found ways to create polyester out of recycled plastic bottles or even recycled polyester fabric.
Similarly, great progress has also been made to recycle other synthetic fiber types like nylon and spandex to make recycled fabrics prevent the fabric from going to waste/landfills.
The use of recycled fabrics has significant importance as it provides both environmental and economic benefits. ;

What are they made from? And what variation do Recycled fabrics comes in?
We consider recycled polyester fabrics as an example to know more about the process and methods used for recycling. ;
The recycled polyester fabric uses PET (polyethylene terephthalate) as raw material and this comes from recycled plastic bottles which go to landfills. Recycled polyester uses 33-53% less energy than regular polyester and it can be continuously recycled. [2] Recycled polyester also doesn’t require huge land to grow a crop or use gallons of water like cotton for its production.
Recycled polyester fabrics can also come from used polyester fabrics where the recycling process starts by cutting the polyester garments into small pieces. The shredded fabric is then granulated and turned into polyester chips. The chips are melted and spun into new filament fibers used to make new polyester fabrics.

Characteristics of the Oxford Fabric
Oxford fabric is very popular due to its characteristics and multipurpose use. It is particularly used for making casual or sporty cotton shirts, pants, and other casual-to-formal garments. ;
The Oxford fabric or cloth was one of four most modern fabrics named after the most popular universities, viz., Oxford, Cambridge, Yale, and Harvard in a Scottish fabric mill in the 19th century. This fabric features a basketweave structure made by weaving multiple yarns together by passing them over one another in vertical and horizontal directions. Thin yarns are woven over a thicker filler yarn. While making colored and patterned Oxford shirts, the threads passing in one direction are dyed, while the others are left in white. This creates a slightly thicker cloth with a fine texture and gives the fabric a unique checkerboard appearance. Though it is a little coarse, it is quite comfortable to wear. The fabric is mainly used for making cotton dress shirts for both casual and formal occasions due to its versatility. Besides that, it also has many other applications.
Initially, Oxford cloth was made with pure cotton, but many of them are now made by incorporating synthetic fibers such as polyester and rayon. It is a fabric that needs less care than most other fabrics. It can easily be put for wash and stays in shape better, compared to most other fabrics. Oxford fabrics are very affordable due to the yarn used for weaving and are comfy too.
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