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Nylon Synthetic Fibres

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Nylon is a generic designation for a family of synthetic polymers known generically as polyamides, it is one of the most commonly used polymers for fibre manufacture. It is used across a range of applications such as refractory, sealants, casting and plastics.

Precision Cut, Nylon Synthetic Fibres

Precision Cut Nylon Synthetic Fibres

Precision Cut, Nylon Synthetic FibresPrecision or short cut fibres in a range of decitex sizes and cut lengths are used for reinforcement in a wide variety of industrial applications. These include the manufacture of adhesives, castings, composites, filters, lead acid battery plates, paints, paper, sealants and refractories. Fibres are available in a range of synthetic and natural materials depending on the end use.

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Nylon is a generic designation for a family of synthetic polymers known as polyamides. Nylon is one of the most commonly used polymers and has found applications in everything from tooth brushes to textile manufacture. The most common grades used in industrial reinforcement are Nylon 6 and Nylon 6.6

Milled (flock), Nylon Synthetic Fibres

Milled (flock) Nylon Synthetic Fibres

Milled (flock), Nylon Synthetic FibresMilled fibres also known as random length or ground flocks are routinely used to improve the properties of a wide range of industrial products. The addition of a controlled amount of these flocks can achieve a number of benefits. For example, milled fibres can reinforce and add strength to a product while drying, curing or vulcanising, as well as preventing the formation of micro cracks, which ultimately reduce the integrity of a product. Milled fibre products also contribute towards the strength, toughness and abrasion resistance of the finished product.

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Nylon flocks can be used to reinforce thermosetting resins for the compression moulding of electrical components. Composites reinforced by fibre flocks offer low warpage and excellent wear and abrasion resistance for applications including chain guides, gears, bearings, compressor vanes and impellers.

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