Products/Services for Acetate Triacetate Fabric

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    Coated Fabrics - (205 companies)
    ...of randomly-oriented fibers, felt, needlepunched cloth, spun-bound, or melt-blown structures. Coated fabrics differ in terms of material type. Choices include synthetic and polymer, acetate and triacetate, acrylic and modacrylic, aramid, elastomeric, fluoropolymer... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Aramid Fibers and Fabrics - (102 companies)
    Aramid fiber and fabrics consists of bulk, chopped fibers, continuous strands or woven cloth forms of aromatic polyamide thermoplastic for reinforcing polymer matrix composites and other applications. Short for aromatic polyamide fibers, aramid... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Natural Fibers and Fabrics - (209 companies)
    Natural fibers and fabrics consist of bulk fibers, yarns, or woven cloth manufactured from plant materials such as cotton, wool, linen (flax), sisal, jute, hemp, or silk. Description. Natural fibers and fabrics consist of bulk fibers, yarns... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Synthetic Fibers and Fabrics - (493 companies)
    ...of elastomers, fluoropolymers, glass, and fiberglass are also commonly available. Material types for synthetic fibers and synthetic fabrics include: Fiber Name. Description. Application. Advantages. Disadvantages. Acetate and. triacetate fibers. Image... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Specialty Fibers, Fabrics, and Textiles - (504 companies)
    ...conductivity. Material type choices for specialty fibers, fabrics and textiles also include: Acetate and triacetate. Acrylic and modacrylic. Aramid and polyimide. Elastomeric. Fluropolymer. Nylon and polyamide. Olefin and polyolefin. Polybenzimidazole... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Glass Fibers and Fiberglass Cloth - (251 companies)
    ...cloth is used with a resin to produce a waterproof surface. Heavier woven fiberglass fabric can be used for greater strength and rigidity. Glass fibers and fiberglass cloth are also used to create combination or specialty fabrics. Glass fibers... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Carbon Fiber and Carbon Fiber Cloth - (115 companies)
    ...into thread and woven into cloth. Carbon fiber and carbon fiber cloth is used in woven cloth, such as cloths and tapes for marine and composite repair; chopped strand mats; specialty fabrics combined with polyester resins; and Kevlar or aramid cloths... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Fibers and Filaments - (199 companies)
    ...fiber used to make graphite-reinforced plastics, cellulose-based fibers from tree or plant materials to make fabrics such as rayon and lyocell, and synthetic fibers from natural gas or petroleum, to make polyester, nylon, and olefins. Fibers... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Textile Manufacturing Services - (513 companies)
    ...materials include acetate and triacetate, acrylic and modacrylic, aramid, elastomerics (e.g., elastoester), fluoropolymer, nylon and polyamide, and olefin and polyolefin. Synthetic and polymer textile materials also include polybenzimidazole (PBI) and poly... Learn More
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    Nonwovens - (240 companies)
    ...are made of cotton, jute, leather, linen, flax, silk, or wool. Synthetic fibers are made of acetate, triacetate, acrylic, modacrylic, aramid, elastomer, fluropolymer, nylon, polyamide, olefin, and polyolefin fibers. Nonwovens made from polyester... Search by Specification | Learn More
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