Products/Services for Polyester Batting

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    Synthetic Fibers and Fabrics - (494 companies)
    ...manufactured from polymer-based materials such as polyamide (nylon), polyester, aramid, or other spun thermoplastics. The end-product is the form of the fiber/fabric when manufacturing is complete. Basic product types include: Fibers and monofilaments...
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    Industrial Fabrics - (671 companies)
    ...a microscope. Synthetic materials based on petroleum (polyester, nylon, acrylic) will untwist, and unravel into fibers of even length and thickness. Burning these fabrics produces a black smoke after it quickly melts. Burn tests are a somewhat subjective...
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    Specialty Fibers, Fabrics, and Textiles - (501 companies)
    ...or sunlight. Standards. A-A-55127 - Batting, synthetic fibers, polyester (unquilted and quilted). A-A-50128 - Cloth, interlining, nonwoven. AATCC 111 - Weather resistance of textiles: Exposure to daylight and weather. References. Image Credits...
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    Netting - (279 companies)
    ...strong, durable plastic netting to contain loose metal parts that are transported by truck or rail. Netting may be used in animal protection, aquaculture, filtration, food processing, and high-temperature applications. Bird netting and bat house...
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    Polyester Resins - (66 companies)
    Polyester resins are a family of polymers based on ester functional groups. Polyethylene terephthalate (PET; often used in fibers) and polybutylene terephthalate (PBT; often used for molding) polymer systems are two types of common polyester...
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    Mortars and Pestles - (14 companies)
    Mortar and pestle sets are used to crush, grind, and mix small solids or slurries. The mortar has the shape of a small, heavy walled cup. The pestle looks like a miniature baseball bat, the end of which is used for crushing or grinding. Mortars...
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    Nonwovens - (236 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...
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    Plastic and Rubber Balls - (63 companies)
    Plastic and rubber balls are rolling, spherical elements that have low friction values and require little or no lubrication. They are lighter than metal balls and resistant corrosion and abrasion. Some plastic balls resist high temperatures, but others do not. Rubber balls are characterized by a high degree of flexibility and elasticity.
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    Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Materials - (546 companies)
    ...or other shapes. Blanket / batt - Blankets or batts (batting) are made of thick layers of woven and/or nonwoven fabric sheets. Block - Blocks are building materials or masonry units consisting of fired ceramic or cement materials with a regular shape...
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    Coated Fabrics - (204 companies)
    ...or batts (batting) are made of thick layers of woven and/or non-woven fabric sheets. Woven products are used for composite tooling and the formation of structures. Knitted products consist of continuous fibers that are processed into a knitted structure...
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