Nantong Beiter Special Yarn Co., Ltd. is located in Rudong, Jiangsu Province, on the beautiful and rich shore of the Yellow Sea. Founded in 2008, the company has been committed to the R&D and production of glove yarn for 8 years, with an annual output value of 80 million.
The company has passed ISO9001:2000 quality management system and OEKO-TEX ® STANDARD 100 certification, with the business philosophy of "customer first, service first", has won a good reputation in the industry. The company's products are exported to South Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia and other countries.
We hope to provide customers with competitive products through our efforts.
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Service satisfaction At present, our products have been sold to more than 30 countries and regions, and have been increasing steadily. We have been committed to providing customers with higher quality products and more considerate services.
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People's understanding of fiber structure and physical and chemical properties is deepening, so there are better processing methods, which can better play the characteristics of fiber and fabric. Now textile machinery uses mechanical, electrical, weak current and other methods to make processing machines.
Spinning pendant is a tool for spinning. The appearance of fish-scale cloth can be traced back to the Neolithic Age. According to the data, almost all of the excavated early residential sites have unearthed the spinning wheel, the main component of the spinning pendant. The early spinning wheels unearthed are generally made of stone or pottery chips by simple grinding, and they are different in shape, mostly in the shape of drum, round, oblate, quadrilateral, etc. Some wheels are also painted with decorative patterns. Spinning pendant, as a simple spinning tool, is still used for spinning in some places.
It can be used as the fabric of overcoats, suits, outerwear, shirts and skirts; Fancy yarn knitted products are widely used to make knitted clothing; In addition, fancy yarn is also widely used to weave woolen sweaters, hats, scarves, neckties, carpets, and decorative fabrics such as yarn release, curtain cloth, bedding, and advanced wall materials.