What does water-soluble fiber mean

Update:14 Apr 2018

Water-soluble  fiber has two types of filaments and sta […]

Water-soluble  fiber has two types of filaments and staple fibers.
Water-soluble  filament is an ideal water-soluble fiber and it is a special variety of vinylon. It can have a water-solubility of 0-100°C for various uses. It has the ideal water temperature and elongation, good acid and alkali resistance, dry heat resistance, odorless and non-toxic in water, and the aqueous solution is colorless and transparent.

Natural biodegradation in a relatively short period of time.
Water-soluble  fiber has a wide range of applications and it can be used to produce flawless towels. The production principle is that cotton yarn and a water-soluble filament are used to synthesize a strand, and then the strand is added with S捻, and the twist is the same as that of the cotton yarn. Therefore, the cotton yarn becomes flawless and is bundled and coated with water-soluble filaments. Added unblemished cotton yarn.

The strength, without sizing, can be directly woven. After the weaving is completed, the vinylon filaments are dissolved by scouring and the cotton yarn becomes a twistless yarn. With this method, the cotton yarn can be made soft and flawless, and no softening agent can be used in the finishing. The non-woven towel fabric density design can be 10% lower than ordinary towels, so that the effect is more.

Loose and thick, this reduces cotton yarn consumption by 10%. , greatly reducing the cost of towels.
Even more amazing is that water-soluble can produce fishing nets. Fishing nets, especially hand throw nets, consist of a number of narrow nets, which are connected together by stitching to form a conical shape. Each piece of narrow web is usually woven together and the insoluble draw yarn is used to connect between the two pieces of narrow web.