The difference between CVC and TC in fabrics is: differ […]
The difference between CVC and TC in fabrics is: different raw material content, different characteristics, and different shortcomings.
1. The content of raw materials is different
1. CVC: CVC is a textile blended with polyester and cotton. The cotton content is higher than the polyester content, and the cotton content is more than 65%.
2. TC: TC is a textile blended with polyester and cotton. The polyester content is higher than the cotton content, and the polyester content is more than 65%.
2. The characteristics are different
1. CVC: CVC has better elasticity and abrasion resistance in dry and wet conditions.
2. TC: TC has a small shrinkage rate, has the characteristics of being tall and straight, not easy to wrinkle, easy to wash, and quick to dry.
3. The shortcomings are different
1. CVC: CVC has a strong affinity for oil stains, it is easy to absorb oil stains, and cannot be ironed with high temperature and soaked in boiling water.
2. TC: TC is easy to generate static electricity and attract dust during the wearing process, which is difficult to wash.
Both CVC and T/C are blended yarns of polyester and cotton.
The CVC blending ratio is: more cotton and less polyester.
The conventional blending ratio is: 60/40 (that is, 60% cotton and 40% polyester); 55/45 (that is, 55% cotton and 45% polyester);
And T/C is more polyester than cotton, the conventional blending ratio is: 65/35 (that is, 65% polyester and 35% cotton); of course, there are many other blending ratios (raw material manufacturers can spin according to customer requirements).