CN110592777A - Fabric - Google Patents

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CN110592777A
CN110592777A CN201910905741.7A CN201910905741A CN110592777A CN 110592777 A CN110592777 A CN 110592777A CN 201910905741 A CN201910905741 A CN 201910905741A CN 110592777 A CN110592777 A CN 110592777A
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顾广明
寇勇琦
叶时平
屠利平
叶亦本
于文同
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Abstract

The application discloses a fabric, which comprises warp yarns and weft yarns, wherein the warp yarns and the weft yarns are interwoven together, wherein part or all of at least one of the warp yarns and the weft yarns adopt moisture-absorbing and heat-generating fibers. Compared with the prior art, the woven fabric with the moisture absorption and heat generation functions has light weight (the gram weight is 250-400 g/m)2) The heat preservation effect can be achieved, the heat preservation time is long, and the requirement of the national standard GB/T29866-2013 for carrying out the moisture absorption and heating functional measurement on the fabric can be met, namely, the maximum heating value is more than or equal to 4 ℃ and the average heating value within 30min is more than or equal to 3 ℃.

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Fabric
Technical Field
The application belongs to the technical field of fabrics, and particularly relates to a fabric.
Background
At present, only knitted underwear has the industry standard of FZ/T73036 and 2010 moisture absorption and heating knitted underwear; the field of clothes such as woven fabrics and the like also lacks of industrial standards related to moisture absorption and heat generation. It is said that in the field of woven fabric and the like, materials which absorb moisture and generate heat are rarely used.
The method for measuring the moisture absorption and heat generation functions of the fabric is measured according to the national standard GB/T29866-2013. The moisture absorption and heat generation temperature rise value index is that the maximum temperature rise value is more than or equal to 4 ℃, and the average temperature rise value within 30min is more than or equal to 3 ℃. Wherein, the two indexes of the maximum temperature rise value and the average temperature rise value within 30min must meet the requirements at the same time to be qualified, and the two indexes are not qualified.
The technical standard reading of the moisture absorption and heating knitted underwear records that: in the process of preparing the standard, the national knitted product quality supervision and inspection center tests nearly hundreds of fabrics. Test results show that 40% of the fabrics in nearly hundred pieces of tested fabrics can meet the requirements of the two indexes, and the indexes are finally determined to be that the maximum heating value is more than or equal to 4 ℃ and the average heating value is more than or equal to 3 ℃ within 30min through repeated analysis and study with experts in the industry. From the content of the document, it is known that two indexes of nearly hundreds of test knitted fabrics simultaneously reach the required 40 percent, which means that the knitting is difficult to reach the requirement of the moisture absorption and heat generation index.
Compared with the knitted fabric, the woven fabric with the same gram weight has poor bulkiness and thickness; the heat retention is relatively poor. Therefore, the difficulty of meeting the requirement of the moisture absorption and heat generation index is more difficult for the woven fabric than the knitted fabric. The most obvious differences between weaving and knitting are: the machine weaving is formed by interweaving warp and weft, the interweaving place of the warp and weft is bent, the extension and contraction relationship of the warp and weft is not large, and the conversion does not occur, so that the woven fabric is generally compact and hardAnd (6) lifting. The knitted fabric is formed by continuously looping one coil, the coil is formed by bending yarns in space, each coil is formed by one yarn, and the height and the width of each coil can be obviously converted mutually under different tension conditions, so that the knitted fabric has the advantages of high extensibility, fluffiness/softness, more air retained among the coils and warm feeling. If the woven fabric is to reach the moisture absorption and heat generation indexes, the gram weight of the fabric is at least 480g/m2However, the fabric has a disadvantage of being thick. Compared with the prior art, the woven fabric has the gram weight of 250-400g/m2And the target requirements of the national standard of moisture absorption and heat generation can be met very rarely.
Disclosure of Invention
In view of the above-mentioned shortcomings or drawbacks of the prior art, the present application addresses the technical problem of providing a fabric.
In order to solve the technical problem, the application is realized by the following technical scheme:
a fabric comprises warp yarns and weft yarns, wherein the warp yarns and the weft yarns are interwoven together, and part or all of at least one of the warp yarns and the weft yarns adopts moisture-absorbing and heat-generating fibers.
Further, in the fabric, the warp yarns comprise surface warps, and some or all of the yarns of the surface warps are made of moisture-absorbing and heat-generating fibers.
Further, in the above fabric, the warp yarn includes an inner warp, and some or all of the yarns of the inner warp are made of hygroscopic exothermic fibers.
Further, in the fabric, the weft yarns comprise surface wefts, and some or all of the yarns of the surface wefts adopt moisture-absorbing and heat-generating fibers.
Further, in the fabric, the weft yarns comprise the inner weft yarns, and some or all of the yarns of the inner weft yarns adopt moisture-absorbing and heat-generating fibers.
Further, in the above fabric, the hygroscopic and exothermic fibers include hygroscopic and exothermic acrylic yarns or hygroscopic and exothermic acrylic blended yarns.
Further, the fabric is a complex weave.
Further, the fabric is a heavy weave or a double-layer or multi-layer weave.
Further, the fabric is a double-layer weave or a multi-layer weave.
Further, in the above fabric, the fabric is a binding double-layer weave.
Further, in the above fabric, the proportion of the hygroscopic exothermic fiber is at least 25%.
Further, the above-mentioned fabric, wherein the gram weight of the fabric is 250-2
Further, in the fabric, each of the warp yarns and the weft yarns at least includes a filament yarn and a spun yarn, wherein the filament yarn is made of a plurality of single fibers with a circular or irregular cross section, and the spun yarn is made of natural staple fibers or chemical fibers.
Further, in the above fabric, each of the filament yarns and the spun yarns comprises an elastic yarn made of a plurality of single fibers.
Further, in the fabric, the moisture absorption and heat generation functionality of the fabric is measured according to the national standard GB/T29866-2013, and the moisture absorption and heat generation indexes are as follows: the maximum temperature rise value is more than or equal to 4 ℃, and the average temperature rise value is more than or equal to 3 ℃ within 30 min.
Compared with the prior art, the method has the following technical effects:
compared with the existing knitted fabric, the woven fabric with the moisture absorption and heat generation functions has light weight (the gram weight is 250-400 g/m)2) The heat preservation effect can be achieved, the heat preservation time is long, and the requirement of the national standard GB/T29866-2013 for carrying out the moisture absorption and heating functional measurement on the fabric can be met, namely, the maximum heating value is more than or equal to 4 ℃ and the average heating value within 30min is more than or equal to 3 ℃.
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Other features, objects and advantages of the present application will become more apparent upon reading of the following detailed description of non-limiting embodiments thereof, made with reference to the accompanying drawings in which:
FIG. 1: the weave structure of the fabric of the application is shown as I;
FIG. 2: the weave structure of the fabric of the application is II;
FIG. 3: the weave structure diagram of the fabric is III;
FIG. 4: the weave structure of the fabric is shown in the fourth step;
FIG. 5: the weave structure of the fabric is shown in the figure five;
FIG. 6: the weave structure of the fabric of the present application is six.
Detailed Description
The conception, specific structure and technical effects of the present application will be further described in conjunction with the accompanying drawings to fully understand the purpose, characteristics and effects of the present application.
As shown in fig. 1 to 6, the fabric of the present embodiment includes warp yarns and weft yarns, and the warp yarns and the weft yarns are interwoven together, wherein at least one of the warp yarns and the weft yarns partially or completely uses hygroscopic exothermic fibers. This application adopts this application to have the machine of moisture absorption function of generating heat to weave the matter light in weight, can reach the heat preservation effect.
In this embodiment, the arrangement ratio of the surface warp and the lining warp is 1: 1, the arrangement ratio of the surface weft, the inner weft and the binding weft is 1: 1: 1. wherein the surface layer warp yarns are marked with symbolsShowing that the inner layer warp yarns are marked with symbolsIndicating that the interlacing points of the table warps and the binding wefts are markedIndicating that the interlacing points of the inner warp and the binding weft are markedAnd (4) showing.
In this embodiment, the fabric is a woven fabric.
Wherein, in the embodiment, the fabric is a complex structure.
Further, the fabric is a heavy weave or a double-layer or multi-layer weave.
Further, the fabric is preferably a double-layer weave or a multi-layer weave.
Further, the fabric is preferably a binding double layer weave.
The warp yarns and the weft yarns at least comprise filament yarns and spun yarns, wherein the filament yarns are made of a plurality of single fibers with round or special-shaped cross sections, and the spun yarns are made of natural short fibers or chemical fibers.
Wherein the fineness of the filament yarn is 50 d-300 d, and the yarn count of the short fiber yarn is 10-80 inches.
The filament yarns and the spun yarns each comprise an elastic yarn made of a plurality of single fibers. The elasticity of this embodiment fabric is improved through setting up the elastic yarn to satisfy the operation requirement to fabric comfort level.
Wherein the elastic yarn comprises elastic fibers made from one or more of polyethylene terephthalate, polybutylene terephthalate, polytrimethylene terephthalate, polyamide, or polyurethane fibers.
In the embodiment, the warp yarns comprise a surface warp and an inner warp, wherein part or all of the yarns of the inner warp are made of hygroscopic exothermic fibers. The surface warp and the inner warp which does not adopt the moisture-absorbing and heat-generating fibers can adopt the filament yarn and the spun yarn, wherein the filament yarn is made of a plurality of single fibers with round or special-shaped cross sections, and the spun yarn is made of natural short fibers or chemical fibers. Wherein the fineness of the filament yarn is 50 d-300 d, and the yarn count of the short fiber yarn is 10-80 inches.
Further, the filament yarn and the spun yarn each comprise an elastic yarn made of a plurality of monofilaments, the elastic yarn comprising an elastic fiber made of one or more of polyethylene terephthalate, polybutylene terephthalate, polytrimethylene terephthalate, polyamide, or polyurethane fibers.
In the embodiment, the weft yarns comprise surface wefts and back wefts, wherein part or all of the yarns of the back wefts adopt moisture absorption and heat generation fibers. The surface weft and the inner weft which does not adopt the moisture-absorbing and heat-generating fibers can adopt the filament yarn and the spun yarn, wherein the filament yarn is made of a plurality of single fibers with round or special-shaped cross sections, and the spun yarn is made of natural short fibers or chemical fibers. Wherein the fineness of the filament yarn is 50 d-300 d, and the yarn count of the short fiber yarn is 10-80 inches.
Further, the filament yarn and the spun yarn each comprise an elastic yarn made of a plurality of monofilaments, the elastic yarn comprising an elastic fiber made of one or more of polyethylene terephthalate, polybutylene terephthalate, polytrimethylene terephthalate, polyamide, or polyurethane fibers.
Of course, in order to obtain a better moisture absorption and heat generation effect, the surface warp and/or the surface weft can also adopt moisture absorption and heat generation fibers, and the cost of the fabric is increased correspondingly.
The moisture absorption heating fiber comprises a moisture absorption heating acrylic fiber yarn or a moisture absorption heating acrylic fiber blended yarn. Further, the moisture absorption and heat generation acrylic yarn is preferably a chemically modified moisture absorption and heat generation acrylic yarn.
Wherein, the hygroscopic and exothermic acrylic yarn preferably adopts hygroscopic and exothermic acrylic 20S.
In order to achieve a better heat-absorbing effect, in this embodiment, the proportion of the heat-absorbing fibers is at least 25%.
In this embodiment, the grammage of the fabric capable of achieving the moisture absorption and heat generation effects is 250-400g/m2Compared with the existing woven fabric, the weight per gram of the woven fabric is greatly reduced, and the woven fabric has more excellent moisture absorption and heating performances.
The fabric moisture absorption and heat generation functional determination is carried out according to the national standard GB/T29866-2013, and the embodiment meets the moisture absorption and heat generation index: the maximum temperature rise value is more than or equal to 4 ℃, and the average temperature rise value is more than or equal to 3 ℃ within 30 min.
The present example is further explained below by experimental data.
Compared with other fabrics which do not use the moisture absorption heating fibers, the fabric adopting the moisture absorption heating fibers in the embodiment has obvious absolute advantages in the moisture absorption heating performance through adopting the moisture absorption heating fibers and through reasonable fabric design and reasonable dyeing and finishing processing.
Table 1 table comparing the performance of example 1 with other fabrics
Serial number Distinguishing Gram weight g/m2 Highest temperature/. degree.C △T/℃ Evaluation of Heat Generation from moisture absorption
1 Example 1 R35T 35 hygroscopic exothermic A30 350 8.5 3.2 Qualified
2 Control group 1 T68 R29 SP3 458 8.0 2.7 Fail to be qualified
3 Control group 2 T88 R11 SP1 474 7.0 1.8 Fail to be qualified
4 Control group 3 T100 504 2.4 0.7 Fail to be qualified
In table 1 above, R35T 35 hygroscopic exothermic a30 indicates: 35% of viscose, 35% of terylene and 30% of hygroscopic heating acrylic fiber, wherein T68R 29 SP3 represents that: 68% of terylene, 29% of viscose and 3% of spandex, wherein T88R 11 SP1 represents that: 88% of terylene, 11% of viscose and 1% of spandex, wherein T100 represents: 100 percent of terylene. Wherein, the setting proportion of the hygroscopic exothermic acrylon in the embodiment 1 is not less than 25%.
As can be seen from table 1, the hygroscopic and exothermic acrylon with the setting proportion of 30% is adopted in the above example 1, and compared with the control group 1, the control group 2 and the control group 3, the example 1 can satisfy the hygroscopic and exothermic indexes specified in the national standard GB/T29866-: the maximum temperature rise value is more than or equal to 4 ℃, and the average temperature rise value within 30min is more than or equal to 3 ℃, thus being a qualified product.
When the hygroscopic exothermic fiber is used, the evaluation and measurement of the hygroscopic exothermic property are different depending on the arrangement ratio of the hygroscopic exothermic fiber obtained depending on the design of the fabric. The yarn is organically combined with the fabric design and dyeing and finishing processing, so that the optimal rationalization is realized, and the excellent moisture absorption and heat generation performance is obtained.
Table 2 comparison table of performance between fabrics provided with different proportions of hygroscopic and exothermic fibers
Serial number Distinguishing Gram weight g/m2 Highest temperature/. degree.C △T/℃ Evaluation of Heat Generation from moisture absorption
1 Example 1 R35T 35 hygroscopic exothermic A30 350 8.5 3.2 Qualified
2 Example 2 R45T 40 hygroscopic exothermic A15 350 6.0 2.7 Fail to be qualified
3 Example 3 R45T15 hygroscopic exothermic A40 350 7.0 1.8 Fail to be qualified
In table 2 above, R35T 35 hygroscopic exothermic a30 indicates: 35% of viscose, 35% of terylene and 30% of hygroscopic exothermic acrylon, R45T 40 hygroscopic exothermic A15 shows that: 45% of viscose, 40% of terylene and 15% of hygroscopic exothermic acrylon, R45T15 hygroscopic exothermic A40 shows that: 45% of viscose, 15% of terylene and 40% of hygroscopic and exothermic acrylon.
Moreover, as can be seen from table 2, the setting proportions of the viscose, the polyester and the hygroscopic and exothermic acrylon are different, and the obtained hygroscopic and exothermic properties of the fabric made of the viscose, the polyester and the hygroscopic and exothermic acrylon are also different, wherein the implementation 1 can meet the hygroscopic and exothermic indexes specified in the national standard GB/T29866-2013: the maximum temperature rise value is more than or equal to 4 ℃, and the average temperature rise value within 30min is more than or equal to 3 ℃, thus being a qualified product. The setting proportion of the moisture absorption and heat generation acrylic fibers in the embodiment 2 is less than 15 percent and less than 25 percent, the maximum heating value can not be simultaneously satisfied to be more than or equal to 4 ℃, and the average heating value within 30min is more than or equal to 3 ℃, and the product is unqualified; in example 3, although the setting ratio of the moisture absorption and heat generation acrylic fibers is 40% or more and 25%, the maximum temperature rise value is not less than 4 ℃ and the average temperature rise value is not less than 3 ℃ within 30min, which is not qualified.
Therefore, in specific application, in order to meet the moisture absorption and heat generation index specified in the national standard GB/T29866 and 2013, in addition to the setting ratio of the moisture absorption and heat generation acrylic fibers, the setting position of the moisture absorption and heat generation acrylic fibers needs to be considered, wherein in this embodiment, the inner warp or the inner weft adopts the moisture absorption and heat generation acrylic fibers.
The following comparative analysis of the hygroscopic heating properties of the fabric of this embodiment, which are generated by different positions of the hygroscopic heating fibers, is shown in table 3 below.
Table 3 comparative analysis table for hygroscopic heating properties generated at different arrangement positions of hygroscopic heating fibers
And as can be seen from the above table, when the inner warp or the inner weft adopts the hygroscopic heating fiber and the setting proportion of the hygroscopic heating fiber is more than or equal to 25%, the hygroscopic heating index specified by the national standard GB/T29866-2013 can be met, namely, the maximum rising temperature value is more than or equal to 4 ℃, and the average rising temperature value is more than or equal to 3 ℃ within 30min, so that the product is qualified; and when the binding weft adopts the moisture absorption heating fibers, the maximum heating value cannot be simultaneously satisfied to be more than or equal to 4 ℃, and the average heating value within 30min is more than or equal to 3 ℃, so that the binding weft is an unqualified product.
It is known in the industry that the density of warp yarns is generally higher than that of weft yarns in a woven fabric, if the warp yarns and the weft yarns adopt the same moisture-absorbing and heat-generating fibers, the moisture-absorbing and heat-generating fiber components of the warp surface are more than those of the weft surface, and the moisture-absorbing and heat-generating effect of the warp surface is better than that of the weft surface. By analogy with the above results and in combination with the above Table 3, it is understood that the heat-generating effect of example 4 using the hygroscopic exothermic acrylic is slightly better than that of example 5.
Compared with the existing knitted fabric, the woven fabric with the moisture absorption and heat generation functions has light weight (the gram weight is 250-400 g/m)2) Can achieve the heat preservation effect and has longer heat preservation time, and can meet the requirement of national standard GB/T29866 supple heat 2013 for the moisture absorption and heating functional measurement of the fabric, namely, simultaneously meets the highest heating valueThe average temperature rise value is more than or equal to 4 ℃ and more than or equal to 3 ℃ within 30 min. Therefore, the method has a wide market application prospect.
It should be understood that although the terms first, second, third, etc. may be used in the embodiments of the present application to describe certain components, these components should not be limited by these terms. These terms are only used to distinguish one component from another. For example, a first certain component may also be referred to as a second certain component, and similarly, a second certain component may also be referred to as a first certain component without departing from the scope of embodiments herein.
It is also noted that the terms "comprises," "comprising," or any other variation thereof, are intended to cover a non-exclusive inclusion, such that a good or system that comprises a list of elements does not include only those elements but may include other elements not expressly listed or inherent to such good or system. Without further limitation, an element defined by the phrase "comprising an … …" does not exclude the presence of other like elements in a commodity or system that includes the element.
The above embodiments are merely to illustrate the technical solutions of the present application and are not limitative, and the present application is described in detail with reference to preferred embodiments. It will be understood by those skilled in the art that various modifications and equivalent arrangements may be made in the present invention without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention and shall be covered by the appended claims.

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1. A fabric, characterized in that the fabric comprises warp yarns and weft yarns, and the warp yarns and the weft yarns are interwoven together, wherein at least one of the warp yarns and the weft yarns partially or completely adopts moisture-absorbing and heat-generating fibers.
2. The fabric of claim 1, wherein the warp yarns comprise a top warp yarn and a bottom warp yarn, and wherein some or all of the yarns of the bottom warp yarn are made of hygroscopic exothermic fibers.
3. The fabric according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the weft yarns comprise surface wefts and inner wefts, and the moisture-absorbing and heat-generating fibers are adopted in part or all of the yarns of the inner wefts.
4. The fabric according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the endothermic fibers comprise an endothermic acrylic yarn or an endothermic acrylic blended yarn.
5. The fabric of claim 1, wherein the fabric is a complex weave.
6. The fabric of claim 5, wherein the fabric is a heavy weave or a double and multi-layer weave.
7. The fabric of claim 6, wherein the fabric is a double layer weave or a multiple layer weave.
8. The fabric of claim 7 wherein the fabric is a binder double layer weave.
9. A fabric according to claim 1, 2, 5, 6, 7 or 8, wherein the hygroscopic exothermic fibers are provided in a proportion of at least 25%.
10. The fabric of claim 1 or 2 or 5 or 6 or 7 or 8, wherein the fabric has a grammage of 400g/m2
11. A fabric according to claim 1 or 2 or 5 or 6 or 7 or 8, wherein the warp and weft yarns each comprise at least a filament yarn and a spun yarn, wherein the filament yarn is made of a plurality of single fibers having a circular or profiled cross-section and the spun yarn is made of natural or chemical fibers.
12. A fabric as claimed in claim 11 wherein said filament yarns and said spun yarns each comprise elastomeric yarns made from a plurality of individual fibers.
13. The fabric according to claim 1, 2, 5, 6, 7 or 8, wherein the moisture absorption and heat generation indexes of the fabric are determined according to the national standard GB/T29866-2013: the maximum temperature rise value is more than or equal to 4 ℃, and the average temperature rise value is more than or equal to 3 ℃ within 30 min.
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