A polypropylene monofilament surgical mesh of tricot knit construction which is supple and has desirable strength per weight characteristics and a method of producing the same.
The present invention relates to a chain knit fabric made of at least two thread systems in different interlaces.
A warp knit fabric (Fig.1) having elastomeric yarns (B3, B4) and polyester yarns (B1, B2), the polyester yarns including a flame retardent agent incoporated therein.
A warp knit mesh layer may be disposed on the fabric surface opposed to the cleaning surface.
The present invention relates to a warp-knitted pant (20) made on a double needle bar Raschel knitting machine in one piece.
The present invention relates to a warp-knitted pant (20) made on a double needle bed Raschel knitting machine in one piece.
Disclosed herein are stretchable elastic fabrics prepared by substantially uniformly impregnating a consolidated warp knit fabric with an elastomeric polymer by treatment with an elastomeric polymer solution.
The knitted tubular structure has a warp knit pattern of interlacing yarns with at least a two-needle underlap to provide greater than 150 percent longitudinal stretchability while substantially inhibiting dilation.