About Company

Since 1995, we at Nishan Textiles (India) Ltd. have mastered the art and science to a source, manufacture, supply and trade complete range of textile and apparel products and services – from fiber to fashion. Our operational expertise originates from deploying qualified human and material resources to deliver innovative and tailor-made products and services that delight all our customers.

 We belive in Quality

 100% Customer Satisfaction

 Fastest Delivery

 High Qualified Staff

 Wide range of Products

 24/7 Support

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Quality is an uncompromising fact of life at Nisan where our primary focus is to first understand client’s requirement and specifications.


Time is money and profits drive businesses, which we believe steadfastly. Nisan believes in undertaking challenging yet reasonable delivery schedules which we can practically adhere to.


Nisan works for and under the universal spirit of unity and cooperation adopting and adhering to the best of manufacturing and international compliance norms to deliver our best seller product range.

Unique Ideas

we at Nisan Textiles (India) Ltd. have mastered the art and science to a source, manufacture, supply and trade complete range of textile and apparel products and services – from fiber to fashion.


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Technical Information

A fabric’s air permeability is a measure of the extent to which it allows air to pass through it. The ease or otherwise of passage of air is of importance for a number of fabric end uses such as industrial filters, tents, sailcloth’s, parachutes, raincoat materials, shirting’s, downproof fabrics and airbags. The Shirley Air Permeability tester is used here, using an average of five tests done on different samples. The air permeability of the samples is defined as the volume of air in millilitres which is passed in one second through 10Os mm2 of the fabric at a pressure difference. A mean value is drawn from the five samples to arrive at a metric measure.

Molecular Structure: Cellulose

Macroscopic Features:

Length: 10-55mm Staple Fibre
Cross Section: 12 TO 20 Microns Wide
In Forms of Convoluted Ribbon.
Colour: White – Cream – Brown
Light Reflection: Dull, Low Lustre

Physical Properties:

Tenacity: 25-45 Cn/tex @ 65% RH 30-53 Cn/tex @ 100% RH
Wet Strength Increase OF 110 – 120%
Elongation: 3 – 7 % at break
Strecth & Elasticity: Low Only 70% Recovery @ 2% Extension
Resiliency: Low
Abrasion ResistanceE: Fair to Good
Dimensional Stability: Reasonably good although fabrics may shrink during Laundering.
Moisture Regain: 8.5% @ 65% RH 15 – 25% @ 65% RH
This is slightly increased by Mercerization

Melting Point: N/A

Density: 1,54 G/CCM


Effects of Bleaches: Highly Resistant

Acids, Alkalis and Solvents: Highly Resistant to Alkalis strong ACIDS & hot dilute ACIDS will cause Disintergration

Sunlight: Withstands High Temperatures well prolonged exposure to light will cause yellowing due to oxidation

Resistance to Stains: Poor resistance to water born stains

Dyeability: Good affinity to dyes
Dyed with direct, VAT & basic dyes
Vat Dyeing Produces Excellent wash and light fastness


Flammability: Burns rapidly with smouldering red afterglow

Thermal Conductivity: Low when dry

ElectricalL Conductivity: Relatively High


Macroscopic Features:

Length: Produced as Filament & Staple
Cross Section: Generally Round but can be Trilobal, Oval or Pentalobal
Colour: White
Light Reflection: Bright or Dull

Physical Properties:

Tenacity: 40 – 45 Cn/tex 70 Cn/tex (h.t)
Initial Modulus:10N/TEX
Elongation: 20 – 30 % at break
Strecth & Elasticity: 96% Recovery at 2% Elongation 51% Recovery at 10% Elongation
Resiliency: Excellent crease Recovery
Abrasion ResistanceE: Exceptionaly good
Dimensional Stability: Outstanding, if properly heat set will not shrink or stretch.
Moisture Regain: 0.4% @ 65% RH
Density: 1.38 G/CCM


Effects of Bleaches: Not affected by oxiding or redusing bleaches

Acids, Alkalis and Solvents: Good resistance to almost all common ACIDS. Hot concentrated Sulphuric ACID will cause deterioration. Resists most ALKALIS.

Sunlight: Good Resistance to UV if behind glass. Prolonged rxposuer causes weakening and deterioration

Heat: Has good resistance to heat begins to stick at 230.2 degrees CEL MELTS AT 255.8 DEG CEL

Resistance to Stains: Good resistance to water born stains, oil born stains difficult to remove

Dyeability: Wide range of shades can be produced which have good to excellent colours fastness to light. Disperse, AZOIC DYES, and some pigments used.

Biological Properties: Resists slowly, will shrink away from flame, melts and drips

Flammability: Burns rapidly with smouldering red afterglow

Thermal Conductivity: Low

ElectricalL Conductivity: Very low