In our daily life, the sandwich mesh and mesh cloth we use are very close in appearance. Many friends don't know how to identify them. What is the difference between sandwich netting and mesh cloth?
Let's first understand the mesh cloth. A fabric having a mesh-shaped small hole is a mesh cloth. Different mesh fabrics can be woven with different equipment, mainly organic woven mesh fabric and knitted mesh fabric.
Among them, the woven mesh fabric has white or dyed weave, and also has large jacquard, which can be woven with different patterns. Breathable, after the bleaching and dyeing process, the cloth body is very cool, in addition to doing summer clothing, especially suitable for curtains, mosquito nets and other supplies.
There are two kinds of weaving methods for woven mesh fabrics: one is to use two sets of warp yarns (ground and twist) to form a shed and twist with the weft yarns (see the leno weave). The twisting is twisted on the left side of the ground by a special twisted heddle (also known as semi-heddle). After one (or three or five times) wefting, twisting to the right side of the ground, due to mutual twist The mesh-shaped small holes formed by the twisting and weft interlacing are structurally stable, which is called leno. The other is the change of the jacquard structure or the piercing method. The warp yarns are grouped in three groups, and a caries can be inserted into the caries. The cloth has a small hole in the fabric, but the mesh structure is unstable and easy to move, so it is also called a fake leno.
Knitted mesh fabrics are also divided into two types, weft-knitted mesh fabrics and warp-knitted mesh fabrics. Among them, warp-knitted mesh fabrics are generally woven with West German high-speed warp knitting machines. The raw materials are generally nylon, polyester, spandex, etc. The finished product has high elastic mesh cloth, mosquito net cloth, laundry net, luggage net, hard net, sandwich net cloth, creek, embroidered net cloth, wedding net, square grid, transparent net, American net, diamond net, jacquard net , lace and other mesh fabrics.