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Talk:Nylon
... second sentence reads: It was the first synthetic fibre to be made entirely from inorganic ... temperature and strain rate. As for natural fibers and blends, finished strength has quite a lot to do with how the fibers are spun, as well as their staple ... can also change somewhat during processing as fibers break). A fair comparison would use cellulose ... often used in the early days of synthetic polymers to establish the uniqueness of ...
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Knitting
... garments, even as they rely on elastic synthetic materials for some stretch, also achieve at ... for its softness and fineness. Other natural fibers that can be used for yarn include silk, or vegetal fibers such as linen and cotton. These tend ... silk, it is often blended with other fibers, such as rayon, cotton and wool. Pure ... made with woolen yarns. A number of synthetic materials are also commonly made into ...
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Nonwovens
... woven fabric is manufactured by putting small fibers together in the form of a sheet ... are nowadays mainly produced from man-made fibers. Two synthetic polymers dominate the market: polypropylene and polyesters ... non-wovens are made in two steps. Fibers are first spun, cut to a few ... dispersed on a conveyor belt, and the fibers are spread in a uniform web ...
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Thermal insulation
... insulators in another way (thermal). A purified synthetic diamond conducts heat even better than copper ... direction. You must protect yourself from the fibers when working with fiberglass. An increasing number ... not absorb much water. Nonflammable (because the fibers are not in a plastic resin, unlike ... the plastic resin used to bind the fibers?) and produce toxic fumes when they burn ... form (that is, when likely to release fibers into the air - when broken, jagged, ...
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Paper   (translated from Russian)
... types of paper are the ground wood fibers. Some types contain also plant, rag or synthetic fibers. Content Production of the paper It serves ... complex composition ( lignina ), of that fastening cellulose fibers. Specifically, lignine makes tree solid, its that ... pulp; therefore paper becomes more durable. The fibers of the received wood pulp thoroughly ...
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Polymer   (translated from Spanish)
... are several that can constitute molecules of synthetic organic polymers, the main ones are C ... For example, nitrocellulose, the vulcanized rubber, etc. Synthetic polymers. Many polymers are obtained industrially from ... polymeric with a low degree of entrecruzamiento. Fibers, coverings, adhesives History The natural polymers, for ... siglo XIX did not appear the first synthetic polymers, like for example the celluloid. The ... celluloid from cellulose nitrate. The first totally synthetic polymer was obtained in 1909 , when ...
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Sea terms   (translated from Russian)
... of the plant rope, twisted from the fibers of hemp, agave or other plants. Cabotage ... rope the plant rope, prepared from the fibers of bast of hemp. Hawser the rope ... Plant rope the rope, prepared from the fibers of plants (hemp, abacus, agave, the coconut ... yarns, and hemp yarn - from the vegetable fibers or from the wire. Stringer the longitudinal ... the ropes occur: steel, plant - from the fibers of grasses and plants (hemp, Manilla, ...
http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Морские_термины - 139k - Cached (Russian) - Wikipedia (Russian) - Similar pages

Brush   (translated from German)
... from plastic, Draht , Tierhaar ( Borsten ) or Vegetable fibers to exist can. There are different kinds ... plastic) bestheht that that Brush trimming (natural fibers, synthetic fibers, synthetic fibers with abrasive loading, smooth or ...
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bürste - 9k - Cached (German) - Wikipedia (German) - Similar pages

Dust collector
... can be of woven or felted cotton, synthetic, or glass-fiber material in either a ... mechanisms: * Inertial Collection - Dust particles strike the fibers placed perpendicular to the gas-flow direction ... the fluid streamlines come in contact with fibers because of the fiber size. * Brownian Movement ... bags. They are typically made of glass fibers or fabric. A cyclone separator is an ... are made out of a variety of synthetic fibers and are capable of collecting ...
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Biodressing
... and at least one pad of alginate fibers removably enclosed there between, wherein the alginate fibers have an absorbency of at least 40 ... been provided with hydrocolloids, super absorbents, and synthetic materials that have extensive capacities to absorb ... water impervious materials are coated onto the fibers or other components of the wound dressing ... g. thermal or ultrasonic energy) or the fibers are compressed to form the seal. ...
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