The fineness of cotton fibers is usually expressed by the word decitex, which is something between 1.1-2.3 decitex.
Indian cotton: 2-2.3dtex
American cotton: 1-2.2 dtex
Egyptian cotton: 2-1.8 dtex
The finer the fibers, the stronger they are. But it should be noted that the cotton is completely ripe because unripe cotton is also delicate but not strong enough. On the other hand, excessive fineness increases the tangling of the thread during weaving and reduces the efficiency.
Properties of cotton fibers:
with a moisture content of 8%
Flexible, resistant to acid and weak alkali, comfortable, absorbent
Low resistance to wrinkles and shrinkage
Ten percent increase in wet strength
These fibers are from different countries such as: India, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan ,Afghanistan ,Sudan ,Brazil
And Australia enters.