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[Fibers are divided into chemical fibers and synthetic fibers, so how is it distinguished?]
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Fibers are divided into chemical fibers and synthetic fibers, so how is it distinguished?

Chemical fibers are used by artificial fibers other than natural fibers. Chemical fibers can be divided into regenerated fibers and synthetic fibers. The regenerative fiber is a chemical fiber made of natural product (cellulose, protein, etc.) and is made of spinning process. Synthetic fibers are chemical fibers made of polymers such as chemical raw materials such as organic monomers, commonly used synthetic fibers include polyester, nylon, acrylic, spandex, polypropylene, vivine, and the like. Among them, polyester and nylon yield account for more than 85% of the total production of chemical fibers, widely used in various fields such as clothing, decorative materials and industrial fabrics. Acrylic, spandex, polypropylene, vivine and carbon fiber, aramid, ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fiber, etc., the total production of chemical fibers is below 15%, which is a small variety in the chemical fiber family. Its application field is polyester, nylon Performance is not applicable, there is a field of special requirements for some performance. Polypropylene, i.e., the name of the mercardrian fiber, is a synthetic fiber made by petroleum refining by-product propylene as a raw material.

The polypropylene has environmentally friendly, light, high strength, good acid-resistant, good warm, non-water, poor heat resistance, poor heat resistance, and poor anti-aging resistance.

 Hai'an County Qinfeng Chemical Fiber Co., Ltd. specializes in production and sales: polypropylene short fiber, polyester short fiber, functional polypropylene short fiber, functional polyester short fiber, hydrophilic polyester short fiber, polypropylene, PP staple fiber, polyester staple fiber.


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