Sintetinio pluošto staklės

Tekstilinės sintetinio audinio alyvos

Rūšis

Klampumas prie 40ºC, mm2 /s

Tankis, prie 15ºC, kg/m3

Pliūpsnio temperatūra PMCC, ºC

Stingimo temperatūra ºC,

Panaudojimas, savybės

 

 

 

 

Molyduval

Corona M 32 PSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

32

 

 

 

 

 

880

 

 

 

 

 

200

 

 

 

 

 

-12

 

Specialiai Poliesterio, Nailono ir PTFE / medvilnės mišinio verpalų bei jų pluoštų apdirbimo įrangai skirta bespalvė ir skaidri tekstilinė alyva.

Negelsvina pluošto, termiškai stabili, mažo garuojamumo, efektyvaus trinties mažinimo bei minkštinimo savybių. Verpimo sukimo mašinų žiedams, apvalaus, plokščio ir trikotažo mašinoms.

Dirbtinio pluošto siuvimo adatiniams mechanizmams.

 

 

Polyester Staple Fibre Spin Finish

The CORONA PSE range of lubricants are specifically designed for Staple polyester production. These lubricants can offer the following properties to the fibre and the process

  • Required friction
  • Anti-static
  • Low volatility
  • Thermal stability
  • Non yellowing

Polyester yarn is yarn made from man-made polymers, usually sold as acrylic or novelty yarn. Acrylic yarns are inexpensive, warm, sturdy, and usually machine washable, but also tend to pill and to lack the breathability of natural fibers. Novelty yarns boast a wide array of unusual textures, from yarns that resemble fake fur to ladder or ribbon yarns with spangles or sequins woven into the fiber. Due to its warmth and durability, polyester yarn is often used as a substitute for wool by knitters and other fiber artists who are allergic to animal fiber. It is also often used to knit projects that require frequent washing, such as household goods or clothing for babies or children.

A good use for polyester yarn is a knitted or crocheted blanket, throw, or afghan. Most commercial polyester fiber comes in a wide range of colors that can be combined into crocheted granny squares or colorful knitted patterns. Polyester yarn also does not usually have dye lots, so a knitter may purchase as much as necessary to complete a blanket without having to worry about subtle shade or hue variations in the yarn. Since polyester fiber can be safely machine washed, a blanket knitted with it can be thrown in the washing machine whenever it gets dirty.

The ability to machine wash polyester yarn also makes it a good choice for a wide range of other housewares that tend to be easily soiled through everyday use, such as cushion covers. Small amounts of leftover yarn can be used up by knitting projects like coasters, dish cloths, bath scrubbers, and gift bags. Since polyester fibers absorb heat, teapot or cup cozies knitted with polyester yarn will help hot beverages retain their heat longer.