When the nylon is near the flame, it quickly curls up and melts into a white gel. It melts, burns, drips and bubbles in the flame. There is no flame when burning, and it is difficult to leave the flame. It continues to burn and emits a celery smell. After cooling, the light brown melt is not easy to grind.
Polyester is easy to ignite when near a flame. It melts and shrinks. When burning, it melts while emitting black smoke, showing a yellow flame and emitting an aromatic smell. After burning, the ashes turn into dark brown hard lumps that can be crushed with fingers.
Nylon Oxford cloth (strong and wear-resistant): The biggest advantage is that it is strong and wear-resistant, and it is the best kind. The density is small, and the fabric It is light, has good elasticity, is resistant to fatigue damage, and has good chemical stability. It is resistant to alkali but not acid! The biggest disadvantage is that it has poor sunlight resistance. The fabric will turn yellow after being exposed to the sun for a long time, its strength will decrease, and it does not absorb moisture well.
Polyester Oxford cloth (stiff and wrinkle-free): high strength, impact resistance Good, heat resistance, corrosion resistance, moth resistance, acid and alkali resistance, very good light resistance, 1000 hours of exposure, strength retention of 60-70%, the fabric is easy to wash and quick to dry, and has good shape retention. It has the ability to be “washed and worn” Features.
Textile Oxford cloth is made of 100% polyester fabric. The specifications include 210D Oxford cloth, 420D Oxford cloth, 600D Oxford cloth, 1680D Oxford cloth, etc., we will meet all your needs with the most dedicated service! Toll-free hotline: 400-8379793</p