The structure of our double-layer fabrics is generally a double-layer weft structure; the manufacturing method is the seamed (H) [type]. Compared to single-layer, densities of warp and weft are higher. Double-layer is more dimensionally stable but less stretchable.
Diameters and material types of sheet-side and machine-side wefts can be selected independently, enabling improvements in wire mark, two-sidedness, flatness, and fabric life. Thanks to the large three-dimensional space (flat spaces are almost zero), our double-layer also provides excellent drainage property. Drainage force does not directly affect the paper layer, which helps improve retention and prevents lint.