The difference between silver tape and Oxford cl […]
The difference between silver tape and Oxford cloth, is silver tape or oxford cloth better? Generally speaking, silver tape will be a little thinner than Oxford cloth. They can all be used to make tents. It is up to the customer's needs to decide who is better. For better shading, silver tape can be preferred. Oxford cloth will be better than silver tape.
Silver tape is a type of polyester, but it is a higher content polyester. English is silver plasters, meaning "silver-pink tape".
Silver tape is a coating process, which is to coat one or more layers of silver tape on the fabric, which has the functions of shading and radiation protection. Therefore, silver tape is mostly used as a fabric for ultraviolet umbrellas (sunshades).
Oxford cloth, also known as Oxford spinning, is a versatile and versatile fabric. There are mainly varieties in the market: sleeves, all-elastic, nylon, and grid. The traditional combed cotton fabric, which originated in England and named after Oxford University, started around 1900.
The warp and weft of this fabric use polyester FDY150D/36F. The fabric is interwoven with plain weave on a water jet loom with a warp and weft density of 360X210. After treatment with relaxation, alkali content, dyeing, anti-static, coating, etc., the gray fabric has a light and thin texture, soft hand feel, good waterproofness and good durability And other advantages. Such Oxford cloth is the best and most common bag.