|Place of Origin:||China|
|Certification:||Certificate of material|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||50KG|
|Packaging Details:||Carton bag|
|Delivery Time:||10-20 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||10000 Tons per month|
|Material:||Nylon / Rayon / Polyster||Pattern:||Dyed|
|Fineness:||1.d To 100d||Fiber Length::||0.4mm-15mm|
|Application:||Sofa,curtain,clothes,hats,shoes||Packing:||Carton Bag 12kg/bag|
Viscose flock Rayon for T-shirt , Flocking Fiber material for cloth , Nylon flock powder for T shirt
Flocking is used in many ways. One example is in model building, where a grassy texture may be applied to a surface to make it look more realistic. Similarly, it is used by model car builders to get a scale carpet effect. Another use is on a Christmas tree, which may be flocked with a fluffy white spray to simulate snow. Other things may be flocked to give them a velour texture such as t-shirts, wallpaper, gift/jewellery boxes, or upholstery.
Besides the application of velvety coatings to surfaces and objects there exist various flocking techniques as a means of color and product design. They range from screen printing to modern digital printing in order to refine for instance fabric, clothes or books by multicolor patterns. Presently, the exploration of the flock phenomenon can be seen in the fine arts.
Flocking in the automotive industry is used for decorative purposes and may be applied to a number of different materials.
Flocking is defined as the application of fine particles to adhesive coated surfaces. Nowadays, this is usually done by the application of a high-voltage electric field. In a flocking machine the "flock" is given a negative charge whilst the substrate is earthed. Flock material flies vertically onto the substrate attaching to previously applied glue. A number of different substrates can be flocked including textiles, fabric, woven fabric, paper, PVC, sponge, toys, and automotive plastic.