We are a national high-tech enterprise. At present, there are many kinds of self-woven and cooperatively processed fabrics, including microfiber warp-knitted towel cloth, weft-knitted towel cloth, coral fleece, etc.
The difference between nylon and polyester Luggage Oxford Cloth
How Nylon and Polyester are Made
Both fabrics are stronger, lighter, and more durable than the natural materials they typically replace.
Polyester and nylon plastics are made into fabrics in a similar fashion. Both start with small grains the size and color of uncooked white rice. Weavers elongate the particles and join them together to form long fiber bundles. The fibers bind together to form a thread. The thread is then braided or braided into large rolls of fabric. Although production details differ slightly, the process for both polymers is similar.
Polyester and nylon have more similarities than differences. Both have similar manufacturing processes and both:
easy to care for
Anti-mildew, anti-mildew, anti-fouling
Given all the similarities, let's start with the strengths of each fabric.
The advantage of nylon
Nylon is softer than polyester and generally has a brighter appearance.
Nylon is also more elastic than polyester, which can be an advantage or disadvantage depending on your usage. We'll take a more in-depth look at how each fabric responds to water in the next section.
Finally, nylon has a higher strength-to-weight ratio than polyester, which means that nylon bags can often be stronger than polyester bags without being heavier. However, nylon is not always "stronger" than polyester.
The advantages of polyester
Polyester has thinner threads, so it can be woven with higher thread counts without adding thickness to the fabric, which partially compensates for the lower strength-to-weight ratio.
Polyester is also more durable than nylon. A polyester backpack has less pilling, so it looks longer than an equivalent nylon bag. Pilling can cause the nylon edge to fray, reducing the seam strength at fabric junctions. This is important because in most packs the seams will tear before the fabric.
Finally, polyester is more receptive to colored dyes. Polyester retains color better than nylon and fades less when exposed to the sun's UV rays. If you want a colorful or patterned bag, polyester is the way to go.