Zhongshan rainproof louvers have strong anti splash ability
Many customers come to our website to inquire about rainproof louvers by phone, so today I will explain rainproof louvers.
Perhaps you have had the experience of happily wearing your anti splash function while walking in the rain, but feeling increasingly uncomfortable... My clothes are waterproof, but why are they still wet?
Actually, "anti splashing" and "waterproof" are two different things. What is the difference between them?
Waterproof, also known as waterproof, in English is waterproof, abbreviated as W/R. Waterproofing refers to the deposition of hydrophobic compounds on the surface of fibers, pores on the surface of fabrics, and the passage of air and water vapor. Generally, water droplets (such as lotus leaves) are formed in the fabric. It refers to not being truly waterproof, but rather reducing water by adsorbing the fabric. Water can "open" on the surface of the fabric, and will penetrate into the interior of the fabric after a long retention time.
Anti splash water treatment is the use of various chemical materials to attach a layer of ultra-fine "needle bed" to the surface of the cloth, making the tension on the surface of the cloth less than the cohesion of water, causing water droplets to form rolling rather than spreading and SOA. king. If this "needle bed" structure is flattened or penetrated by oil pressure, the anti splash ability of the fabric will be greatly reduced, and even begin to absorb water. The anti splash effect of fabrics gradually weakens or even fails with washing and long-term use.
Therefore, if you wear splashproof clothes on rainy days, you can quickly shake off the water on the surface of the clothes, but whether the clothes will get wet inside depends on the amount of rainwater and the time you stay in the rain. Splash proof water is not completely waterproof.
Waterproof/waterproof refers to a fabric that is waterproof and breathable, generally referring to making a rubber base at the bottom of the fabric, including coating and lamination. Coating, commonly known as coating, refers to lamination, which is a composite waterproof material. The vast majority of waterproof fabrics use laminated (membrane) materials, which can also be treated in the form of capsule fibers, compact fabrics, silicification, etc., usually located in the inner layer of the fabric, which is commonly referred to as "waterproof membranes".
Waterproof film is a composite fabric made by bonding with other materials and fabrics to form a film. The fabric is not waterproof, so when we encounter damp weather, we can see water seeping into the clothes in waterproof clothing, just like ordinary fabrics, but the waterproof performance of the lining is very poor. Clothing is dry and works with a composite waterproof film in the middle of the fabric.
The waterproof ability is expressed by the static water resistance value, which means using a fixed area waterproof cloth to block the continuous rise of static water pressure. When the third drop of water on the surface seeps out, it is the static water resistance value of the fabric, exceeding 1000 mmH2O to b. Able to achieve the most basic waterproof ability normally.
The above is the consultation about rainproof louvers organized by the editor. Through the sharing of this content, everyone has gained a certain understanding of rainproof louvers. If you want to have a deeper understanding of the market information of rainproof louvers, you can contact our company's salesperson or visit the field to discuss and exchange ideas together.