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Xinghui Chemical Fiber Group Co., Ltd.(hereinafter referred to as Xinghui) has Water-Jet Weaving, Air-Jet Weaving, Knitting textile plants in Yaqian Town, Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou. Xinghui produces, researches & develops and sales of kinds of Four-Way Stretch Fabric, Polyester Cotton Like Stretch Fabric, Bengaline, Corduroy Fabric, Knitted Suede Fabric, Scuba Fabric, TR, Outdoor Functional Fabric, GRS Recycled Fabric, Ponte-de-roma, Moss Crepe etc.

  • Water-Jet Weaving

  • Air-Jet Weaving

  • Knitting




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  • Xinghui chemical Fiber Group Co., Ltd was founded in January 1996, is located in Linj-ang Industrial Park of xiaoshan District the registered capital of 100 million yuan.

  • Xinghui chemical Fiber Group Co., Ltd was founded in January 1996, is located in Linj-ang Industrial Park of xiaoshan District the registered capital of 100 million yuan.

  • Xinghui chemical Fiber Group Co., Ltd was founded in January 1996, is located in Linj-ang Industrial Park of xiaoshan District the registered capital of 100 million yuan.



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 Four-Way Stretch Fabric manufactures and custom Knitted Suede Fabric factory, 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 are the features of fabric weaving?
Fabric weaving involves the interlacing of warp and weft yarns to create a woven fabric. The features of fabric weaving contribute to the overall characteristics and properties of the fabric. Here are some key features of fabric weaving:
1. Fabric Structure: The interlacement pattern of the warp and weft yarns determines the fabric structure. Common fabric structures include plain weave, twill, satin, dobby weaves, and jacquard weaves. Each structure has its own distinctive appearance, texture, and properties.
2. Warp and Weft Yarns: Fabric weaving involves the use of two types of yarns: warp and weft. The warp yarns run parallel to the selvage and are typically under higher tension. The weft yarns are inserted perpendicular to the warp and interlace with the warp yarns. The choice of yarn type, thickness, and fiber content significantly influences the fabric's properties.
3. Sett and Density: Sett refers to the number of warp yarns per inch or centimeter in a woven fabric. It determines the density of the fabric and affects its drape, stability, and appearance. A higher sett creates a denser and stronger fabric, while a lower sett results in a more open and breathable fabric.
4. Selvages: The selvages are the finished edges of the fabric, formed by the outermost warp yarns. They provide stability and prevent the fabric from unraveling. Selvages are often more tightly woven than the rest of the fabric.
5. Texture and Hand Feel: The interlacement of yarns in weaving creates various textures and hand feels in fabrics. It can range from smooth and crisp to soft and textured, depending on the fabric structure, yarn type, and finishing treatments applied.
6. Stability and Durability: Woven fabrics are known for their stability and durability. The interlacing of warp and weft yarns creates a strong fabric structure that can withstand tension and wear. The stability of woven fabrics makes them suitable for a wide range of applications, from clothing to upholstery and industrial uses.
7. Pattern and Design Possibilities: Weaving allows for intricate patterns and designs to be incorporated into the fabric. This can be achieved through dobby or jacquard weaves, which enable the creation of complex patterns, motifs, and even images. The versatility of weaving provides endless possibilities for creative expression.
8. Versatility in Fabric Properties: Fabric weaving allows for a wide range of properties to be achieved, depending on the choice of yarns and weaving techniques. Fabrics can be woven to be lightweight and breathable, heavy and sturdy, smooth and lustrous, or textured and cozy. The possibilities for fabric properties are vast and can be tailored to specific applications and requirements.
These features collectively contribute to the aesthetic appeal, functionality, and performance of woven fabrics, making them a versatile and widely used textile construction method.

What should be paid attention to in fabric weaving?
When it comes to fabric weaving, there are several important factors that should be paid attention to in order to achieve desired results. Here are some key aspects to consider:
1. Yarn Selection: The choice of yarn is crucial as it determines the characteristics of the fabric, such as its strength, texture, drape, and appearance. Consider the fiber type (cotton, silk, wool, etc.), yarn thickness (denier, tex), and yarn twist when selecting the appropriate yarn for your project.
2. Warp and Weft Yarn Preparation: Before weaving, it's important to properly prepare the warp and weft yarns. This involves winding the warp onto a beam and ensuring it is under the correct tension to avoid issues during weaving. The weft yarns should be wound onto bobbins or shuttles, ready for insertion.
3. Loom Setup: Properly setting up the loom is essential for successful weaving. This includes threading the warp yarns through the heddles and reed, tying them to the back and front beams, and ensuring even tension across the warp.
4. Beat-up: The beat-up is the process of pushing the weft yarns into place after each weft insertion. Consistent and even beat-up is important to ensure a uniform fabric with minimal variations in density.
5. Tension Control: Maintaining consistent tension in the warp and weft yarns throughout the weaving process is crucial. Uneven tension can lead to problems like draw-in (narrowing of the fabric) or selvage distortion.
6. Finishing: After weaving, the fabric may undergo finishing processes such as washing, dyeing, or heat-setting to enhance its appearance, texture, and performance.
7. Quality Control: Regularly inspect the fabric during weaving to detect and correct any weaving defects or issues, such as broken warp or weft yarns, skipped threads, or tension irregularities.