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Man-Made Fiber


Band-shaped smooth viscose fiber offers advantages for papers, nonwovens & apparel

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At CIMFC, advanced fibers show the way forward

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Viscose fibers are manmade fibers produced from 100% cellulose pulp. Although the viscose process was introduced more than 100 years ago, development of new viscose fiber types is still ongoing, driven by a trend to highly functionalized products and lately by an increasing demand for biodegradable fibers based on renewable resources. Due to its high …

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The 25th CIMFC, held in Bengbu, China, September 2019

At the 25th China International Manmade Fiber Conference (CIMFC), 4-5 Sept. in Bengbu City, Anhui Province, China, experts and executives spoke about advanced materials, new manufacturing technologies, investment, and fashion trends relevant to the manmade fiber industry. Based on the talks at the conference, it is clear that advanced materials are expected to boost the …

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ZWPS type automatic winder

Zhengzhou Huaying Chemical Fiber Science and Technology Co., Ltd., (Huaying) is a branch of Hi-Tech Heavy Industry Co., Ltd., and is a well-known supplier of chemical fiber filament equipment in China with the capability to supply complete POY/FDY lines. Recently, Huaying successfully finished a project of replacing a semi-automatic winder production line with an auto …

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Polyester fiber intermediates 2005-2022

Synthetic fibers account for more than 60 percent of the world fiber market, and their ongoing growth is supported by comparatively low crude oil prices in recent years despite increasing geopolitical risks in key oil-producing regions. Superior fiber properties and growing awareness on plastic waste currently lead to an unprecedented size of new raw material …

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Close-up of 3d Teflon molecule model

The history and evolution of “the forever molecule” is both revolutionary and fortuitous.  Polytetrafluoroethylene, or PTFE, was discovered completely by accident on April 6th, 1938 by a DuPont Chemist, Dr. Roy Plunkett, while he was conducting research on chlorofluorocarbon refrigerants. Its first broad commercial use was non-stick cookware in 1960. PTFE has since evolved and is utilized in an extensive array of products that take advantage of its unique properties.

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