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          Yarn Count and Machine Gauge
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          The yarn count to be used on a circular knitting machine depends largely on the pitch, and thus on the machine gauge. For any given machine gauge it can lie within a larger range, because on the same machine different yarn counts can be used, depending on the knitted structure, the desired optics(fabric appearance) and the fabric properties.

          The following tables contain paractical values of the average count of yarn to be used, depending on the machine gauge and several fabric types. The values in Ne(converted from values in Nm) refer to staple fibre yarns and those in dtex are related to filament yarns. Due to basic differences in the running behavior the values for filament yarns are always finer as compared to staple fibre yarns. Table 435 contains mean yarn counts for the most important fibres in relation to machine gauges.

          For single Jersey

          For Fleece Fabric

          For Interlock Fabric

          For Rib Fabric

          For Jacquard Fabric

          Common fiber and Machine Gauge