The Fabric Is Not Wrinkled And Has Good Shape Retention
- Jul 09, 2018 -

Polyester filaments were mainly used in silk garments in the early days. With the development of various processing technologies, polyester filaments have been extended to the whole clothing field such as wool, imitation linen and imitation cotton, and to the fields of decoration, industry and non-fibrillation. development of. Especially in Japan, the new synthetic fiber fashion industry made of polyester filament yarn. The so-called new synthetic fiber is a synthetic fiber that is novel, unique and transcends any natural fiber style and feel. It has changed the concept of people's wear and has risen from warm and beautiful to comfortable, healthy, novel and artistic. Thus, the use of polyester filaments is more widespread.


The traditional use of polyester filament yarn is imitation silk for women's shirts, men's and women's outerwear, skirts, pajamas and scarves. The fine filaments are sturdy before deformation, and can be made into soft imitation silk, which is suitable for high-end dresses and “A-shirts” worn by middle-aged women. The thick textured yarn can be made into a wool fabric for suits, outerwear and ties, but the dimensional stability of the knitwear is not ideal. Mixed filaments are mainly used in men's clothing, children's wear and sportswear.

bed linings

Used as quilt cover, pillowcase, bed sheet, bed cover, mosquito net, tablecloth and cotton.


Used as sofa cloth, furniture cloth, curtain fabric, window gauze, wall covering, carpet, poncho, umbrella cloth and car interior decoration cloth.

Industrial use

Used as sewing thread, cord, conveyor belt, canvas, geotextile, filter cloth, tent, net and rope.


Artificial suede made of microfiber, used as a fur coat, leather jacket, women's top, etc.

The strength of polyester fiber is nearly 1 times higher than that of cotton and 3 times higher than that of wool. Therefore, polyester fabric is durable and can be used at 70~1700C. It is the best heat resistance and thermal stability of synthetic fiber; the elasticity of polyester is close to wool. Wrinkle resistance is higher than other fibers, fabric is not wrinkled, shape retention is good; polyester wear resistance is second only to nylon, ranking second in synthetic fiber; polyester has low moisture absorption rate and good insulation performance, but due to water absorption Low, the static electricity generated by friction is large, and the natural adsorption performance of the dye is poor. Therefore, the polyester is generally dyed by high temperature and high pressure dyeing; the polyester itself lacks hydrophilic groups or dye acceptor parts, so the dyeability of polyester is poor, and disperse dyes or non-dispersions can be used. Ionic dyes are dyed, but the dyeing conditions are harsh.