Textile Fabric Finishing Process

Textile fabric post finishing is a technical treatment method that imparts color effect, morphological effect (smooth, suede, starching, etc.) and practical effect (impermeable, non-felting, non-ironing, non-moth, flame resistance, etc.) to the fabric. Post finishing is a process that improves the appearance and feel of the fabric and improves the wearing performance which is important for produce high value add product and increase factory competitive.

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1. Stenter

Stentering finishing is a process that makes use of the plasticity of cellulose, silk, wool and other fibers under wet conditions to gradually widen the width of the fabric to the specified size and dry it, at same time stabilize the fabric dimension. In some processes such as scouring and bleaching, printing and dyeing before finishing, the fabric is often subject to warp tension, which forces the fabric to stretch in the warp direction and shrink in the weft direction, and occur other shortcomings, such as uneven width, uneven cloth edges, rough feel, etc. In order to make the fabric have a uniform and stable width, and improve the above shortcomings and reduce the deformation of the fabric in the wearing process, after the dyeing and finishing process is basically completed, the fabric needs to be stentered.

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