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Some important unit system
« on: June 18, 2012, 03:33:46 PM »
Count:Denier, Tex, Decitex(dtex), Nm(N), Ne(S), Micronaire value, Linen(wet or dry spun), Worsted Spun, Woolen spun(Philadelphia system), Woolen spun(West of England), Woolen spun(Yorkshire), Woolen spun(Galashiels cut), Woolen spun(Hawick), Woolen spun(American Run), Asbestos(English), Asbestos(American), Typp, Woolen spun(American Cut), Glass (UK & USA), Cotton bump yarn, Woollen spun(Irish), Woollen spun(Alloa) and Woollen spun(Dewsbury).
The yarn count number indicates the length of yarn in relation to the weight,it expresses the thickness of the yarn, and three systems of yarn count are currently in use: the fixed length, the fixed weight and the Tex systems.

** mostly we are used in denier, tex, Ne, mic value.**