Use of canvas tarpaulin: canvas is a thick cotton or linen fabric. It is named because Z was first used for sails. Generally, plain weave is used, a small amount of twill weave is used, and the warp and weft yarns are made of multi ply yarn. Canvas is usually divided into coarse canvas and fine canvas. Coarse canvas, also known as tarpaulin, is usually made of 58 # (10 feet) 4-7 strands of thread. The fabric is firm, folding resistant, and has good waterproof performance. It is used for automobile transportation, outdoor warehouse covering, and outdoor tent building.
After dyeing, tarpaulin can also be used as materials for shoes, travel bags, backpacks, etc. In addition, there are rubber canvas, shielding canvas for fire protection and radiation protection, and canvas for paper machine.
Maintenance method of canvas tarpaulin: after cleaning, place the canvas tarpaulin in a ventilated and cool place to dry naturally. Do not place it in the hot sun or place it at high temperature for baking to prevent degumming or degumming and accelerate aging.
Canvas was first widely used as a tent for marching. Fine canvas is generally used as protective clothing for labor. Now it is also widely used for making shoes and backpacks. Jiefang shoes, once popular in China, are made of fine canvas.
The surface of the five proof waterproof canvas application field is specially treated to prevent slipping. It is an internationally popular waterproof cloth, and its width is very large, reaching 2 meters wide. When processing finished products, it can reduce the butt joint and improve the quality. Heat sealing splicing can be used to eliminate the worry of sewing pinhole leakage. It can also produce products with different functions, colors and thicknesses according to user needs.