Deep-sea sedimentary fabric refers to a fabric made by blending fibers made of metal fibers or silver fibers with deep-sea sedimentation technology and microfibers with a micronaire value of 4.1 to 4.3. This kind of fabric, after being produced by modern technology, can effectively shield radiation up to 80DB. It is currently the best mainstream fabric.
For the field of radiation protection, it is also a technical change, which greatly enhances the radiation protection effect and service life of clothing. After the team visited the area, they decided to use the cotton in Xinjiang, China, as the fiber raw material needed for radiation protection suits. We know that Xinjiang's cotton is comparable to the best Egyptian cotton in the world in terms of softness and breathability. Only the lint cotton with a micronaire value between 4.1 and 4.3 has the best fiber toxicity. When the metal fiber and the silver fiber are blended, the radiation protection network can be made denser. With good breathability and deodorizing bactericidal effect. Parameters: breathable, washable, antibacterial maintenance, static elimination, stable shielding performance.
Related Industry Knowledge
- Unstructured yarns
- Classification of textile raw materials
- Whether the fabric is dyed
- Other classifications of fabrics
- Fabric characteristics
- Fabric shrinks
- Fabric identification
- Fabric color
- Outdoor sports fabric
- Colored silver fiber
- What material does the banner use?
- How to distinguish cloth products from inkjet o...
- What sublimation can print?
- What Is Sublimation Printing?
- What are the characteristics of the outdoor ban...
- What is the sublimation digital banner cloth
- Transfer printing definition
- Transfer printing process
- What Materials Can Be Printed By Sublimation Pr...
- The fabric of the five-star red flag is dip?