Spacer Fabric

Spacer fabric is a three-dimensional knitted fabric consisting of two separate knitted substrates which are joined together or kept apart by spacer yarns.

First layer  - hydrophilic yarn
Second layer - hydrophilic yarn
Spacer layer - mono-filament or multi-filament.

Circular knitting Spacer fabrics, the thickness of which can be woven from 1mm to 5mm; breathable, heat-insulating, and four-way stretch.

This is three-dimensional fabric is comprised of an initial layer for moisture release, an interior layer for air flow, and a third outer layer for heat dissipation.

According to the end uses the spacer ends of mono-filaments may be polyester, polyamide or polypropylene. These fabrics are designed for air-flow and cushioning.

The middle to create two separate fabrics(spacer fabrics)are essentially pile fabrics that have not been cut consisting of two layers of fabric separated by yarns at a 90-degree angle.


Physical Properties

  • Excellent compression elasticity
  • Breathability
  • Air permeability
  • Cushioning
  • Insulation heat and cold
  • Good bending performance
  • Drapability
  • Adjustable vapor-transport
  • Recyclable


  • Automotive Textile
  • Home Textile
  • Sports
  • Medical Textile
  • Technical Textile


Shoe Using

Bag Using

Medical Fabric &
Protective Equipment