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Reliable and Safe: The Melt-blown Filters Part1 17 November, 2020 - 0 Comments
In this article I will be introducing the MB Filter, which is one of the most effective filters and one of the safest medical grade filters out there. MB filter, short for melt-blown filter, is classified as a type of nonwoven fabric. This filter is used as a core raw material for high-grade health masks like the KF 94 by trapping fine dust or viruses through the electrostatic method.
Types of Fabric – What’s Linen? 15 November, 2020 - 0 Comments
Linen is a natural fiber that comes from flax stem. Usually, seeds to fibers transitions are called flax, and the final product made with flax, is called linen or yarn. Linen is of high quality, using a glossy European material due to its thinness and uniformity of fiber. However, the price is so high that it is quite different from the low-end products.
KF-AD Mask: One of the Best Anti-droplet Masks 13 November, 2020 - 0 Comments
The KF-AD (anti-droplet) mask is quite literally like what the name would suggest. An anti-droplet mask that is specialized in blocking droplets like saliva, which are one of the most prominent methods of transmission of COVID-19. The mask itself is also has high ventilation, making it easy to breathe through. Last summer, in Korea, there was a high demand for the breathable and light surgical masks. But it wasn’t easy for most people to get access to them due to most of the supplies being secured by the government for medical personnel and unlike the usual health masks the medical grade surgical mask’s rate of productions could not keep up with the demand. So, the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety to supply a similar mask to people designated the anti-splash mask as a “therapeutical device”.
Before purchasing the mask, the first thing you need to do is to check whether or not the product is made in Korea. Because the filter used for KF masks is difficult to get abroad, you need to double-check if it’s actually made in Korea. There are many cases that it is written ‘Made in Korea’ and written in Korean, but it is not legitimate. So, you should check the distribution channels carefully.
Currently the Covid-19 is continuing to spread within the United States and in Europe. The US had 100,000 cases confirmed in a day nationwide, while France has issued a lockdown with Germany also following with a partial lockdown.
Types of Fabric - What's Paper Fabric? 22 October, 2020 - 0 Comments
I’m going to introduce a special fabric that looks like paper outwardly but can be washed, sewn, ironed like any other fabrics. The sublime combination of paper and cloth is attractive in paper fabric.
Types of Fabric - What's Corduroy? 16 October, 2020 - 0 Comments
Corduroy is a short filling pile fabric with vertical wales (or ribs) as its main feature. Corduroy is also referred as cored velveteen or needle cord and it is in the similar category with velvet, but it is a bit different. Compared to velvet, the number of times the pile is cut is less and the cutting process is simpler. Corduroy is also thicker than velvet.
Types of Fabric - What's Chiffon? 10 October, 2020 - 0 Comments
Chiffon is a silk fabric or polyester synthetic fabric that’s very thin and light. Generally, silk is much more expensive, polyester is used more often. Chiffon is a plain weave that’s woven with relatively low density and has same thickness of warp thread and weft thread. It is used for all four seasons but it is used the most in spring and summer.
Types of Fabric – What’s Velvet? 02 October, 2020 - 0 Comments
Velvet is one of the pile fabrics that fibers are densely planted in the surface of the fabric. It was used to be made of silk only but nowadays, it is made of cotton, wool, nylon and rayon. It was widely used in medieval times for religious clothing, costumes and interior decoration of kings and nobles. Although it is still treated as a high-quality fabric, it is being used more commonly – for a cloth of women or children, hats, couches, and bedding.
Types of Fabric – What’s Canvas? 25 September, 2020 - 1 Comments
Types of Fabric – What’s Canvas?