Denier Converter

Textile Measurement
Convert → Tex to Denier

How many Texes are in a Denier?

The answer is one Denier is equal to 0.11111111111111 Texes and that means we can also write it as 1 Denier = 0.11111111111111 Texes. Feel free to use our online unit conversion calculator to convert the unit from Denier to Tex. Just simply enter value 1 in Denier and see the result in Tex. Convert 1 Denier to Texes

How to Convert Denier to Tex (den to tex)

By using our Denier to Tex conversion tool, you know that one Denier is equivalent to 0.11111111111111 Tex. Hence, to convert Denier to Tex, we just need to multiply the number by 0.11111111111111. We are going to use very simple Denier to Tex conversion formula for that. Pleas see the calculation example given below.

\(\text{1 Denier} = 1 \times 0.11111111111111 = \text{0.11111111111111 Texes}\)

What is Denier Unit of Measure?

Denier is a textile measurement unit. Denier is used to determine the fiber thickness of individual threads or filaments used in the creation of textiles and fabrics. One denier is equal to 1/9 of tex.

What is the symbol of Denier?

The symbol of Denier is den. This means you can also write one Denier as 1 den.

What is Tex Unit of Measure?

Tex is a textile measurement unit. It is used to measure linear density of a fiber. One tex is equal to 9 deniers.

What is the symbol of Tex?

The symbol of Tex is tex. This means you can also write one Tex as 1 tex.

Denier to Tex Conversion Table

Denier [den]Tex [tex]

Denier to Other Units Conversion Table

Denier [den]Output
1 denier in gram/meter is equal to0.00011111111111111
1 denier in tex is equal to0.11111111111111
1 denier in decitex is equal to1.11
1 denier in kilotex is equal to0.00011111111111111
1 denier in millitex is equal to111.11

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