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Composite Elsatic Yarn (CEY)

Composite Elsatic Yarn (CEY)

● Composite Elastic Yarn (CEY) is a new type of elastic composite fiber compounded by a special compounding process, which has the characteristics of elastic fiber. The composite elastic yarn can produce permanent curl after certain high temperature dyeing and washing, which makes the fabric elastic.

● Product usage: mainly used for elastic shirt, summer T-shirt, suit pants, underwear, women's fashion and other CEY fabrics.

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    Composite Elsatic Yarn (CEY)



Xinghui Chemical Fiber Group Co., Ltd.

Xinghui Chemical Fiber Group Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as Xinghui) establishes in Jan.1996, is a comprehensive large-scale private enterprise. As a professional China Composite Elsatic Yarn (CEY) suppliers and OEM/ODM Composite Elsatic Yarn (CEY) manufacturers, Xinghui's industries include Polyester Spinning, Polyester Texturing, Textiles, Domestic and Foreign Trade, Industrial Investment, Real Estate Development and other fields. At present, the total assets of Xinghui are over 20 billion yuan and the employees of Xinghui are more than 5,000 employees. Xinghui has achieved annual sales revenue of more than 20 billion yuan and profit and tax revenue of more than 1 billion yuan for many consecutive years and has been listed on China's top 500 Private Enterprises and China's Top 500 Private Manufacturing Enterprises for many years.

Xinghui has been honored as the China Top 500 Private Enterprises, the China Top 500 Manufacturers, the Top 100 Enterprises in Zhejiang Province, the Top 100 Enterprises in Hangzhou Xiaoshan District, the Credit Enterprises & the Excellent Enterprise & the Contributing Enterprises, the Headquarters Enterprises in Xiaoshan District, the AAA Bank Credit Enterprises and the AAA Credit Certificates in the past several years.

Under the new development pattern of "Double Cycle", Xinghui focuses on the overall goal of "Persisting in consolidating and improving the competitiveness of the main industry, Combining the investment and development of the auxiliary industry" and promoting the transformation and upgrading of the main industries such as chemical fiber and textile actively. Xinghui is building a modern industrial group with sustainable development ability while improving the added value of products.

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What is a composite elastic yarn (CEY)?
Composite Elastic Yarn (CEY) is a type of yarn that combines both elastic and non-elastic fibers to create a fabric with stretch and recovery properties. It is also known as covered elastic yarn or core-spun yarn.
The construction of CEY involves wrapping an elastic filament or core with one or more layers of non-elastic fibers, such as cotton, polyester, nylon, or viscose. The non-elastic fibers form a protective covering around the elastic core, providing strength and stability to the yarn.
The elastic core in CEY is usually made of materials like natural rubber, spandex (also known as Lycra or elastane), or a combination of rubber and spandex. These elastic materials have excellent stretch and recovery properties, allowing the fabric made from CEY to stretch comfortably and return to its original shape.
CEY is commonly used in various textile applications where elasticity is required, such as sportswear, swimwear, lingerie, socks, and waistbands of garments. The combination of non-elastic fibers and elastic core provides comfort, flexibility, and shape retention to the fabric. CEY can be knitted, woven, or used in the production of narrow elastic tapes.
The specific properties and characteristics of CEY can vary depending on the type and proportion of elastic and non-elastic fibers used, as well as the manufacturing process. By adjusting these parameters, manufacturers can create yarns with different levels of elasticity, strength, and softness to suit specific garment requirements.

The Benefits of Composite Elastic Yarn (CEY) in Textile Industry
Composite Elastic Yarn (CEY) is a type of specialized yarn that offers numerous benefits in the textile industry. Here are some of the key benefits of Composite Elastic Yarn in the textile industry:
1. Improved Stretchability: CEY has excellent stretch and recovery properties. It can stretch and return to its original shape without losing elasticity, making it ideal for applications that require flexibility and resilience. This characteristic makes CEY suitable for various types of garments, including sportswear, swimwear, and activewear.
2. Enhanced Comfort: The elastic properties of CEY contribute to improved comfort in textile products. Garments made with CEY provide a better fit, conforming to the body's shape and movements. The enhanced stretchability also allows for greater freedom of movement, which is particularly important in athletic and performance apparel.
3. Durable and Long-lasting: CEY has high durability and resistance to wear and tear. The elastic fibers in CEY are often made from materials like spandex or elastane, which are known for their strength and longevity. This durability ensures that garments made with CEY can withstand repeated stretching, washing, and general use without losing their elasticity or shape.
4. Versatility: Composite Elastic Yarn can be used in a wide range of textile applications. It can be blended with different types of fibers, such as cotton, polyester, nylon, or wool, to create fabrics with specific properties. This versatility allows textile manufacturers to produce a variety of products, from intimate apparel and hosiery to medical textiles and industrial fabrics.
5. Design Flexibility: CEY offers designers and manufacturers greater flexibility in creating innovative and functional textiles. The stretchability of CEY allows for the development of fabrics with unique textures, patterns, and structures. It can be used to create ribbed or rib-like fabrics, as well as fabrics with varying levels of elasticity in different areas.
6. Improved Fit and Shape Retention: CEY helps garments maintain their shape and fit over time. The elastic fibers in CEY provide elasticity and support, preventing sagging or bagging of the fabric. This feature is particularly valuable in applications where shape retention is important, such as form-fitting garments or upholstery fabrics.
7. Ease of Processing: CEY can be processed using conventional textile manufacturing techniques, such as knitting, weaving, or braiding. It can be easily blended with other fibers during the spinning process to create yarns of desired characteristics. This ease of processing allows textile manufacturers to incorporate CEY into their existing production processes without major modifications.