How are industrial warp knitting base fabrics made? Let us explain to you today.

  Warp knitting offers material construction flexibility unmatched by many other methods. From flexible multi-layer materials for automotive interiors and flame retardant fabrics to advanced material processes for lamination of various medical fabrics, protective clothing and equipment, the use of high-performance warp knitting is exploding in a wide variety of applications. Many industry players are unfamiliar with the yarn production process and how technical fabrics and knitting play a powerful and growing role in the advanced material selection process.

  Knitted fabrics are the main products of the fabric industry. But when many people think of knitting, they mean weft knitting and circular knitting, which are the most common forms of knitting, especially for the garments we wear every day. In weft knitting, the yarn is transformed into a fabric by forming a series of loose but connected loops in the horizontal direction, giving the fabric a natural mechanical stretch. Circular knitting manufactures seamless tubes, mainly used in the manufacture of custom garments such as sweaters, T-shirts and tubular fabric products such as socks.

  Despite the versatility and simplicity of weft knitting, warp knitting is becoming the process of choice for many advanced materials projects. By forming loops in the vertical or warp direction, the fabric produced by warp knitting has a flatter, tighter, and less elastic knit. Warp knitting is usually produced across the beam and is the fastest way to convert yarn into fabric, making it efficient and cost-effective.

  Haining Jingda Cloth Industry Co., Ltd. is a Home Textile Fabrics Manufacturers, its main products are mesh fabric for garments and other fabric products, welcome to consult!