Acrylic fiber yarn is man-made cellulose fiber, which i […]
Acrylic fiber yarn is man-made cellulose fiber, which is made by solution spinning. What is the difference between acrylic fiber, nylon fiber and polyester fiber due to the inconsistent solidification rate between the core layer and the outer layer? What are their respective characteristics? What are the differences between acrylic, nylon and polyester? What are the characteristics and functions of viscose?
Viscose is the strongest moisture absorption in common chemical fiber, good dyeing, good wearing comfort, poor elasticity of adhesive, poor strength in wet state, poor abrasion resistance, so the adhesive is not washable and the dimensional stability is poor. Viscose fiber characteristics: Heavy, heavy fabric, alkali resistant and acid resistant.
Viscose fiber effect: Viscose fiber is widely used and environmentally friendly. It is used in almost all types of textiles, such as filament lining, beautiful silk, flags, ribbons, tire cords, etc.; short fibers are used for imitation cotton, wool, Blended. What are the differences between acrylic, nylon and polyester? What are the characteristics and functions of polyester?
Polyester features: high strength, good impact resistance, heat resistance, corrosion resistance, stagnation resistance, acid and alkali resistance, good light resistance (after acrylic fiber), exposure for 1000 hours, strong 60-70%, hygroscopicity Poor, difficult to dye, fabric easy to wash and dry, good shape retention. It has the characteristics of “washable and wearable”.
Filament: often used as low-elastic yarn to make all kinds of textiles; staple fiber: cotton, wool, hemp, etc. can be blended, industrial: tire cord, fishing net, rope, filter cloth, edge material. Polyester is currently the largest amount of chemical fiber.