Conductive Blended Spun Yarn For Making Touch Screen Gloves

Place of Origin Yiyang,China
Brand Name Huitong
Certification SGS IOS9001
Model Number 32S/2 T80/20
Minimum Order Quantity 10kg
Price Negotiable
Packaging Details Paper Carton, Wooden Carton
Delivery Time 5-15 days
Payment Terms T/T, L/C, Western Union, MoneyGram
Supply Ability 40000kg per month
Product Details
Material 316L And Cotton Color White
Properties Touch Screen Products Application Touch Screen Gloves, Anti-radar Camouflage Nets And Smart Clothing
Metal Fiber Concentration(%) 0.5%-40% Certification SGS
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Product Description

Conductive Blended Spun Yarn Stainless Steel Fiber Of Certain Blended Spun With Chemical Fibers,Cottons Viscose Fiber

 

Conductive Blended Spun Yarn 316L

【Description】
 
Type:Electronic product touch screen conductive blended yarn, Anti-radar conductive blended yarn,smart clothing conductive blended yarn
The conductive blended yarn is made of 10%-20% metal fiber mixed with chemical fiber such as acrylic fiber or polyester fiber. The metal fiber and acrylic fiber blended yarn has a very fluffy and warm hand feeling, and the sensitive touch screen performance solves the problem between wearing gloves and playing mobile phones and tablets. Anti-radar camouflage nets that is made of conductive yarn blended by 10%-20% metal fiber and polyester fiber effectively prevent radar detection. The blended conductive yarn made of 10%-30% metal fiber and polyester fiber, cotton or viscose fiber possesses stable and permanent conductive performance, good resistance to perspiration and oxidation. It is a suitable material for the transmission yarn using as smart wearable clothing and smart clothing conductive fabrics.

 

 

【Parameters】
 
Metal fiber concentration(%) Count(Ne) Application
15%-20% 18-32,18/2-32/2 Touch screen gloves
10%-20% 21-36 Anti-radar camouflage nets
10%-30% 21/2-32/2 Smart clothing

 

【Application】
 
It is applied to making touch screen gloves, anti-radar camouflage nets and smart clothing.