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Measurement Unit Conversion Calculators

  • Universal Systems

    Weight of a specific length of a yarn

    Count = No of grams per 1000 meters or per km of yarn. In this system Count is called "Tex"

  • Direct Systems

    Weight of a specific length of a yarn

    Count = Weight in grams per 9000 meters of yarn. In this system the yarn numbering is called - Denier (Td).

    Higher the yarn number i.e Denier (Td), coarser the yarn is.

  • Indirect Systems

    Length of a specific weight of a yarn

    Total No. of hanks per one pound is the count of that yarn (Ne) i.e. if 10 hanks (10 x840 yds. or 7680 meters) weighs one Pound or 0.454 Kg, then the Count of Yarn in indirect system 10s or 10Ne. This System widely used for staple fiber spun yarns like 100% Cotton, Viscose, Polyester fibers and their blends.

    Higher the yarn Count i.e Ne, finest the yarn is

Tex Size Brackets for Ticketing

By Label Weight Bracket Weight Range (Grams)
2sTex 1212, 14, 16, 1812 to 13.99
3sTex 2121, 24, 27 21 to 23.99
5sTex 3030, 35, 40, 45 30 to 34.99
10sTex 5050, 60, 80, 90 50 to 59.99
15sTex 105105, 120, 135,150 105 to 119.99
30sTex 180180, 210, 240, 270 180 to 209.99
50sTex 300300, 350, 400 300 to 349.99
100sTex 500500, 600, 700 500 to 599.99
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