fabric weight

fabric weight

[′fab·rik ‚wāt]
(textiles)
The number of ounces per square yard of a fabric.
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For fish it is made strong and coarse, but women are more easily taken with a singularly delicate fabric weighted with small, cut stones.
It isn't necessary to test-stitch on the exact project fabric, but use the same fabric weight and type.
I chose the fabric and color from swatches they showed me, we were mindful about fabric weight and fit, and each item went through several fittings before final approval.
second layer - polyethylene film), nonwoven fabric weight - not less than 55g / m2
The Dye-Max has a working speed of up to 50m/min with the practical speed determined by the fabric weight and application volume.
"We have designed new machines and solutions to improve fabric weight evenness, bring added value to nonwoven webs through additional fabric performance, and develop systems to optimize productivity and minimize maintenance requirements," says Andritz's Dumon.
For the same fabric weight (g/[m.sup.2]), the finer yarn give better fabric cover than the coarser yarn due to higher number of yarn per unit area of fabric, which directly affects the air permeability of the fabric (Das et al., 2009).
In this example, I used 2.52 grams of madder extract for my 28 grams of cotton mops and test strip, or nine percent of dry fabric weight (Figure 3), and heated the bath to 200 degrees F.
Fabric weight per unit area (g/[m.sup.2]) was measured according to ASTM D3776-1996.
Fabric weight, the ability of the fabric to shield the energy from the skin and the ability to self-extinguish varies from fabric to fabric.
Depending on fabric weight and color, window treatments can help to keep your house comfortably cool during the hottest summer days.
Cox responded to increased consumer demand by developing optimal fabric weight, textures and colors, and then expanding the line to include innovative products for bath, body and home use, and even for pets.