What kind of fabric is a high-quality raincoat? Modern raincoat waterproof fabrics focus on breathability, commonly used such as special nylon and Gore-Tex. The breathable raincoat is conducive to the release of hot and humid water vapor from the raincoat when wearing the raincoat, which increases comfort.
Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) waterproof and breathable laminated fabric is formed by laminating PTFE microporous film and ordinary fabric together with special bead adhesive. The fabric has excellent waterproof and breathable performance and windproof and warm insulation, not only outstanding performance, but also has a wide range of applications, flexible design, less pollution and other points.
Laminated fabrics can take on different structural designs and number of composite layers depending on the end-use needs. The two-layer composite can be a combination of fabric and film, using a live lining structure; it can also be a composite of rico and a film, using a live surface structure, which is easy to wash and suitable for civilian sportswear and cold-proof clothing. The three-layer composite is a composite of fabric, film and Rico. Although it feels slightly harder, it can improve wear resistance and is suitable for military combat uniforms and labor protective clothing. Four-layer or multi-layer composite can increase the functionality of laminated fabrics, as gas resistance layer, anti-virus material for liquid resistance layer and far-infrared cotton thermal insulation materials. Both the facial and rico fabrics should have a certain density to prevent the glue from oozing out of the adhesive. In order to control the total weight of the laminated fabric, the face and lining should be made of fine denier, superfine denier polyester or nylon as much as possible. According to the requirements of use, the facial section can also use functional fabrics such as camouflage, flame retardant, anti-static, oil- and water-repellent, easy to remove, and acid and alkali resistance.