Acrylic knitting yarn is a kind of acrylonitrile copolymer containing acrylonitrile or acrylonitrile content of more than 85%. Its properties are very similar to that of wool, so it is also called synthetic wool. Under normal circumstances, it can be blended with wool. Most of the products are used for civil use, such as wool, blankets, knitted sportswear, tarpaulins, curtains, artificial fur, plush, bulked yarn, hoses, parasol cloth and so on.
At the same time, acrylic knit yarn is still a high-tech product, because it can be purely spun or blended with natural fibers according to the requirements of applications that are not afraid of various advantages such as moth, and can be obtained in a variety of medium and coarse wool and fine yarns to meet people’s needs. Different applications.
Due to its unique thermal extensibility, acrylic knitted yarns are very suitable for use in the manufacture of bulked yarns, yarns, knits, and artificial furs. Especially when the acrylic fiber improves its performance, the hand feels soft and plump, easy to dye, and bright in color.
In addition, acrylic knitted yarns have low thermal conductivity and light texture, so they are good in warmth, have excellent solar resistance, and are resistant to insects and molds. Therefore, they are widely used in knitted garments. With the rational use of disperse dyes, different colors can be obtained.
Acrylic knitting yarns have become one of the main raw materials for knitted garments due to their excellent performance. The garment fabrics made from them not only have good hand feeling, but also have excellent warmth, and are easy to obtain different colors, making the garment more diversified.