Properties and scope of neoprene fabric

Properties and scope of neoprene fabric


Thanks to the development of technology, man has been able to produce all kinds of materials. The textile industry is ready to offer solutions to any problem and fulfill any requirement. Neoprene is one of the major advances in the industry.

This material was created in 1930. It is completely man-made, but in garments it is usually combined with knitwear. Since neoprene is made from rubbers, it has the following properties:
  • waterproofness,
  • hypoallergenic,
  • low weight due to the porous structure,
  • excellent thermal insulation,
  • resistance to chemical attack,
  • does not accumulate static electricity.
Due to their properties, neoprene fabrics have become very popular among clothing manufacturers and wearers. One of the significant advantages that many will definitely appreciate is that things made of neoprene do not need to be ironed. The materials do not wrinkle or wrinkle due to the elasticity of the neoprene itself.

Where are neoprene fabrics used?

In general, ordinary wardrobe items such as trousers, dresses, etc. are made from neoprene, but nevertheless, the special properties of the material are more appreciated where they are most needed. For example, in the production of sportswear.

The porous structure has a micro-massage effect, and due to its excellent thermal insulation, fat burning is accelerated. These properties are highly valued by those who devote a lot of time to sports.

Neoprene is also commonly used in diving suits. Firstly, water resistance is needed here, and secondly, heat retention. This is exactly what neoprene does so well.

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