KR101009586B1 - Comfortable Denim Fabric with Light-weight and Excellent Keeping Warm and Process of Preparing Same - Google Patents

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KR101009586B1
KR101009586B1 KR1020080099534A KR20080099534A KR101009586B1 KR 101009586 B1 KR101009586 B1 KR 101009586B1 KR 1020080099534 A KR1020080099534 A KR 1020080099534A KR 20080099534 A KR20080099534 A KR 20080099534A KR 101009586 B1 KR101009586 B1 KR 101009586B1
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Abstract

Comfortable functional denim fabric excellent in light weight and warmth of the present invention uses 7 to 20 cotton or slough yarn 40 to 70% by weight on the surface, 0.5 to 3 dpf (denier per filament) on the back of the human body skin 30 to 60% by weight of polypropylene yarns, characterized in that it is made of a half twill or 1/3 twill twill or double-sided double knit circular knitted fabric. It is preferable that the said polypropylene yarn mix 1-20 weight% of dibasic polyester copolymer polymers, or 0.3-5 weight% of titanium dioxide. The denim fabric according to the present invention, although depending on the use and the construction of the material, preferably has a weight in the range of 200 to 360 g / m 2.
Lightweight, heat retention, denim, sweat perspiration fast drying, elasticity, polypropylene, polyester

Description

Comfortable Denim Fabric with Light-weight and Excellent Keeping Warm and Process of Preparing Same}

Field of invention

The present invention relates to a denim fabric for comfortable functional jeans having heat retention while maintaining light weight. More specifically, in the present invention, two kinds of yarns of cotton and polypropylene form double structure with front and back, respectively, in fabric composition of woven fabric, so that the lightness and thermal insulation characteristic of the polypropylene yarn in the characteristic of denim fabric It relates to a comfortable jeans denim fabric and a method of manufacturing the same.

Background of the Invention

Denim (denim) has a unique texture and durable advantages of cotton fibers are widely used as a fabric for work clothes or casual clothing. Initially, denim fabrics were dyed only in blue, so-called blue jean, sewn with jeans and blue jackets, which became explosive and became popular among the public. Recently, with the diversification and individualization of fashion, the development of materials and post-processing technology is not limited to conventional casual clothing, but has been applied to high-end formal clothing.

However, these denim fabrics are heavy, heavy, lack of warmth, and the touch to the skin after exercise has a weak and soft feel. Many researches have been conducted to solve these shortcomings, but no products have yet been developed to solve this problem. The typical functional denim fabrics on the market are sewn using carpet or quilt fabrics as lining, but this denim double fabric is so thick that it is difficult to sew denim fabrics and these linings at the same time, depending on the desired design. Can not produce products.

Korean Patent Publication No. 2003-0007237 discloses a denim double fabric which is soft to the touch and excellent in warmth, and can be applied as winter clothing for winter. This fabric consists of a denim fabric on the outside and a pile paper on the inside. The back surface of the pile paper is bonded to each other by the adhesive layer, so that the adhesive of the adhesive layer is melted, soaked into the tissue and space of the denim paper and the pile paper, and is configured to be integrally bonded flatly. This fabric compensates for the drawback of thickening denim, but it has the problem of using a chemical adhesive and the performance of the denim depending on the performance of the adhesive.

In Korean Patent Publication No. 2003-0003186, a fabric for sewing cotton to be built immediately before the quilting process by embedding cotton between the two fabrics with a plain weave blue jean fabric and a plain weave polyester / cotton or cotton span. It discloses, but this is difficult to work due to the thickness of the fabric has a problem that is difficult to overcome the thickness due to the material of the triple material, no matter how compressed by the technology used by heat compression by heat press.

Korean Patent Application No. 195-0001539 discloses a fabric for jeans including a warp yarn made of a cotton yarn having a blue color and a weft yarn made of a polypropylene yarn. However, this fabric has no specific originality or novelty, It is not commercialized due to poor peeling properties.

The present inventors have come to develop a comfortable denim fabric for functional jeans of the present invention having excellent thermal insulation by solving the drawbacks of the conventional denim fabric as described above to light weight without feeling a sense of weight and further warm effect.

An object of the present invention is to provide a denim fabric for lightweight jeans that is light in weight compared to the conventional denim fabric does not feel a sense of weight.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a comfortable functional denim jeans fabric having excellent thermal insulation by exhibiting an excellent thermal insulation effect compared to the conventional denim fabric.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a new method for producing a denim fabric for comfortable functional jeans having excellent thermal insulation by exhibiting excellent thermal insulation effect compared to the conventional denim fabric.

The above and other objects of the present invention can be achieved by the present invention described in detail below.

Summary of the Invention

Comfortable functional denim fabric excellent in light weight and warmth of the present invention uses 7 to 20 cotton yarn 40 to 70% by weight on the surface, 0.5 to 3 dpf (denier per filament) poly on the back of the human skin The propylene yarn is used at 30 to 60% by weight, and is made of a half twill or 1/3 twill twill or double-sided double knit circular knitted fabric.

It is preferable that the said polypropylene yarn mix 1-20 weight% of dibasic polyester copolymer polymers, or 0.3-5 weight% of titanium dioxide.

The cotton yarn may use a slub yarn formed with twist.

In the case of the denim fabric of the twill weave 2 to 7% by weight of the spandex yarn in the warp and weft of the fabric to give elasticity. Double-woven circular knit denim fabrics are elastic in themselves, eliminating the need for spandex yarn.

The dyeing of the denim fabric of the present invention is pre-dyed cotton yarn or polypropylene yarn in the yarn stage, or is dyed using indigo dyes and disperse dyes in the dyeing process after fabrication of the denim fabric of the fabric or knitted fabric.

The denim fabric according to the present invention, although depending on the use and the construction of the material, preferably has a weight in the range of 200 to 360 g / m 2.

In order to achieve the two-tone effect of denim, stone washing is performed after the original state or after sewing.

Hereinafter, specific contents of the present invention will be described in detail below.

Detailed Description of the Invention

The present invention relates to a denim fabric for comfortable functional jeans having heat retention while maintaining light weight, and by forming two types of yarns of cotton and polypropylene to form a double structure with front and back, respectively, in denim fabric The present invention relates to a denim fabric for jeans, in which lightness and heat retention, which are characteristic of polypropylene yarns, are given to characteristic fabric characteristics.

Comfortable functional denim fabric excellent in light weight and warmth of the present invention uses 7 to 20 cotton yarn 40 to 70% by weight on the surface, 0.5 to 3 dpf (denier per filament) poly on the back of the human skin The propylene yarn is used at 30 to 60% by weight, and is made of a half twill or 1/3 twill twill or double-sided double knit circular knitted fabric.

The cotton yarn may use a slub yarn formed with twist. Slub yarn used in the present invention can be easily selected by those skilled in the art.

The polypropylene used in the present invention is preferably a homopolypropylene polymer having a linear structure of isotactic 90 to 99%. Polypropylene yarns include both disperse dye salt type polypropylene yarns and base polypropylene yarns. The fineness of this yarn is a multipolypropylene filament yarn having a mono fineness of 0.5 to 3 dpf (denier per filament), and preferably a total fineness of 75 to 500 denier. The mono fineness in the range of 0.5 to 3 dpf is for expressing a soft touch. If the density is 0.5 dpf or less, the problem of peeling and hair is likely to occur, and if it is 3 dpf or more, the touch is not soft. . The cross-sectional shape of this yarn includes a circular shape, a circular shape having a hollow ratio of 10 to 30%, and a triangular cross section. Polypropylene yarns having hollows are more preferred because they improve light weight and heat retention. In order to impart a soft touch and bulkiness to the denim fabric, and to improve the heat retention, it may be further subjected to a combustion process or an air texturing process. The combustion process is more effective in imparting bulkiness of the yarn, and the air texturing process is more effective in expressing the loop structure to improve the heat retention.

It is preferable that the said polypropylene yarn mix 1-20 weight% of dibasic polyester copolymer polymers, or 0.3-5 weight% of titanium dioxide.

Polypropylene yarn mixed with 0.3 to 5% by weight of titanium dioxide can realize a white color due to the matting effect of titanium dioxide even without a separate dyeing step.

In the case of using a disperse dye salt type polypropylene yarn, a two-tone effect can be expressed by a pre- or post-dyeing method.

In the case of the denim fabric of the twill weave 2 to 7% by weight of the spandex yarn in the warp and weft of the fabric to give elasticity. Double-woven circular knit denim fabrics are elastic in themselves, eliminating the need for spandex yarn.

The dyeing of the denim fabric of the present invention is pre-dyed cotton yarn or polypropylene yarn in the yarn stage, or is dyed using indigo dyes and disperse dyes in the dyeing process after fabrication of the denim fabric of the fabric or knitted fabric.

The denim fabric according to the present invention, although depending on the use and the construction of the material, preferably has a weight in the range of 200 to 360 g / m 2.

In order to achieve the two-tone effect of denim, stone washing is performed after the state of the fabric and sewing.

Denim fabric of the present invention woven as described above is lighter than the conventional denim fabric, the weight does not feel a sense of weight and further exhibits the warming effect, and absorbs sweat well to dry to provide a comfortable, functional jeans fabric for quick drying sweat Can be.

Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in detail with reference to Examples. However, embodiments according to the present invention may be modified in many different forms, and the scope of the present invention should not be construed as being limited to the embodiments described below. The embodiments of the present invention are provided to more completely explain the present invention to those skilled in the art.

Example 1

Isotactic 97% homogeneous polypropylene polymer mixed with 7% by weight of a dichlorinated polyester copolymer was melted at an extruder temperature of 230 ° C and fed to the spinning block, and then uniformly distributed in the spinner's distribution plate. After mixing, the yarn was spun at 72 degrees filament (circular section of 20% porosity) at 165 De 'at a spinning temperature of 250 ° C. The spun yarn gave bulkiness in the combustible process, which was made cheese again, and then dyed at 130 ° C. in the saline process, and the cotton yarn pre-dyed with indigo dye. A double woven circular knitted fabric was prepared by using 40 wt% of the disperse dye salt polypropylene yarn as the back side and 60 wt% of the number of cotton yarn 20 as the surface. Properties of the fabric, such as weight, heat retention, are shown in Table 1.

Example 2

The polypropylene fiber prepared in Example 1 was weaved with a weft yarn, 20 cotton yarns were inclined to 1/3 Twill, and then dyed with indigo and disperse dyes in the dyeing process. The polypropylene fiber was made to be 30% by weight, and the results are shown in Table 1.

Example 3

Isotactic 98.5% of the homopolypropylene polymer with a linear structure of 2% by weight of titanium dioxide was mixed at a temperature of 230 ° C. of an extruder and supplied to the spinning block, and then uniformly mixed on a distribution plate of the spinning pack. , Yarn was prepared by spinning at 245 ° C. at 150 De ′ with 144 filaments (circular section). The spun yarn was made of 288 filaments (circular cross section) at 320 De ′ by applying a loop in the air texturing process. Cotton yarns and disperse dye salt type polypropylene fibers were dyed as in Example 1. The yarn was used as the back side of the double paper (55%) and 20 cotton yarns as the surface of the double paper (45%) to prepare a double-woven circular knitted fabric, and the fabric weight and thermal insulation after the production are shown in Table 1.

Example 4

The polypropylene fiber prepared in Example 3 was given a bulkiness in a combustion process rather than an air texturing process to prepare 288 filaments (circular cross-section) at 300 De ', and then double-walled circular knitted fabric was prepared in the same manner. The results are shown in Table 1.

Comparative Example 1

In place of the polypropylene fiber used in Example 1, a polyester fiber having a heterogeneous cross-sectional shape having a sweat-absorbing quick-drying function was imparted bulky property through a twisting process, and then manufactured into 72 filaments (cross section) at 150 De '. After the cheese was made again, the dyeing process was pre-dyed at 130 ° C. and cotton yarn was pre-dyed with indigo dye. A double-walled circular knitted fabric was prepared with 20 polyester cotton yarns as the surface and a functional polyester yarn dyed twisted yarn as the back surface. The results are shown in Table 1.

Comparative Example 2

Instead of the sweat-absorbent quick-drying polyester yarn used in Comparative Example 1, 20 yarns of cotton yarn were used to dye and dye after indigo dyeing in the dyeing process, and the results are shown in Table 1.

 In the present invention, evaluation methods such as light weight and thermal insulation are as follows.

* Lightweight rating: ㎡ The evaluation was based on the weight of the final fabric.

* Thermal insulation evaluation: The following evaluation was performed based on the KSK 0560 constant temperature method.

   -Outside temperature: 20 ± 2 ℃

   Heating element temperature: 36 ± 0.5 ℃

   -Test piece size: 45cm × 45cm

* Quick drying on the back: Time to dry by dropping 5g of water

* SOFTNESS evaluation: Five experts performed a sensory evaluation relatively.

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As shown in Table 1, the fabric made of polypropylene fiber has a light weight and has excellent heat retention, and also has a soft touch and quick drying performance, and thus it is excellent in comfort. Denim fabrics using polypropylene fibers are more than 30% lighter in weight than the normal denim fabrics and exhibit more than 50% warmth.

As described above, the present invention relates to a method for manufacturing denim fabric for jeans having excellent lightness and warmth and excellent functionality. The material is composed of different kinds of yarns of cotton and polypropylene, and the knitted fabric is It has a double structure of front and back, and the unique characteristic of denim is 30% lighter than the same thickness, and the excellent thermal insulation performance is improved by more than 50%. Problems such as lack of warmth were solved.

Simple modifications and variations of the present invention can be easily made by those skilled in the art, and all such modifications or changes can be seen to be included in the scope of the present invention.

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  1. The surface of the fabric is used with 40 to 70% by weight of 7-20 cotton yarn, and the backside of the fabric is made with 30 to 60% by weight of polypropylene yarn of 0.5 to 3 dpf (denier per filament). Comfortable functional denim fabric with excellent lightness and warmth, characterized by being made of twill or 1/3 twill twill or double-sided double knit circular knit.
  2. The method of claim 1, wherein the polypropylene yarn is a comfortable functional denim excellent in light weight and thermal insulation, characterized in that 1 to 20% by weight of the dibasic polyester copolymer polymer or 0.3 to 5% by weight of titanium dioxide is mixed. fabric.
  3. 2. The comfortable functional denim fabric according to claim 1, wherein the warp and weft yarns contain 2 to 7% by weight of spandex yarn in the twill fabric.
  4. The method of claim 1, wherein the cotton yarn is a comfortable functional denim fabric excellent in light weight and thermal insulation, characterized in that the slub (slub) formed with a twist.
  5. The comfortable functional denim fabric of claim 1, wherein the denim fabric has a weight in the range of 200 to 360 g / m 2.
  6. The surface of the fabric is used with 40 to 70% by weight of 7-20 cotton yarn, and the backside of the fabric is made with 30 to 60% by weight of polypropylene yarn of 0.5 to 3 dpf (denier per filament). A method for producing a comfortable functional denim fabric excellent in light weight and warmth, characterized by being woven into a twill or 1/3 twill twill or a double-sided double knit circular knit.
  7. The method of claim 6, further comprising pre-dying the cotton yarn or polypropylene yarn in the yarn stage, or dyeing using indigo dyes and disperse dyes in the dyeing process after fabrication of denim or woven fabric or knitted fabric. Method of producing a comfortable functional denim fabric excellent in light weight and insulation.
  8. The method of manufacturing a comfortable functional denim fabric excellent in light weight and thermal insulation according to claim 7, further comprising the step of performing stone washing after the state of the fabric or sewing to produce the two-tone effect of the denim fabric.
  9. The method of claim 8, wherein the polypropylene yarn further comprises the step of performing a combustion process or an air texturing process to improve the light weight and heat retention.
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