n A plain-weave cloth having the same breaking strength in each direction. This fabric is made from fine (60s to 100s) combed yarn woven to constructions of 92 × 108 to 116 × 128. Vulcanized balloon fabric is used for air cells in planes and barrage balloons. (Vincenti R (ed) (1994) Elsevier’s textile dictionary. Elsevier Science and Technology Books, New York).