PVC Geomembranes and PE Geomembranes

The Diff Between PVC vs LLDPE and HDPE Geomembrane Sheets

PVC Geomembrane Or Polyvinyl Chloride Geomembranes Are Formed From The Polymerisation Of Vinyl Chloride Monomer. Polyvinylchloride Was Discovered In 1835, And Pipes Made Of Polyvinylchloride Were Used By German Scientists And Engineers During World War Ii To Pipeline Water And Sewage To War-Torn Cities Quickly.
February 16, 2022/by Alireza Falak Rafat
Acrylic Fiber Zarifindustrial

Acrylic Fiber : Advantage, Disadvantages

Acrylic Fiber Is Made By Spinning Acrylonitrile Copolymers Over 85% Of Acrylonitrile Monomers. These Fibers Are In Tough Competition With Nylon, Polyester And Polyolefin. Acrylics Have Many Desirable Properties Of Wool And Do Not Have The Disadvantages Of Wool. Therefore, The Usage Of Acrylic Fiber Is Increasing Day By Day.
January 16, 2022/by Alireza Falak Rafat
Polyvinyl Alcohol Fiber (PVA)

Polyvinyl Alcohol Fiber (PVA)

Polyvinyl Alcohol Fiber Is One Of The Best Types Of Fibers For Reinforcing Concrete Due To Tensile Strength And High Modulus Of Elasticity And Non-Environmental Pollution.
January 11, 2022/by Alireza Falak Rafat
PVC + Vinyon FIBER

Polyvinyl Chloride Fiber (PVC) or Vinyon Fiber

Polyvinyl Chloride Fiber Or PVC Fiber Is A Widely Used Plastic And One Of The Most Valuable Products In The Petrochemical Industry. PVC Is Mostly Used In Construction And Its Fibers Have The Same Specifications.
January 5, 2022/by Alireza Falak Rafat
Olefin Fiber (Polypropylene + Ethylene)

Olefin Fiber (Polypropylene + Ethylene)

The Combination Of Polypropylene And Ethylene Fibers Is Often Called Olefin Fibers. Olefin fiber is used in carpeting, ropes, and vehicle interiors.
January 3, 2022/by Alireza Falak Rafat
Polypropylene Fiber (PP), Uses and Advantages

Polypropylene Staple Fiber (PP Staple Fiber)

Raw Polypropylene Fibers Are Most Used In The Construction Industry. These Fibers Are Combined With Cement Mortar And Significantly Increase The Tensile Strength Of Concrete. In Fact, One Of The Drawbacks Of Concrete Is Its Tensile Strength And Stability Against Cracking And Tearing...
What is Polyamide Fiber? Nylon?

Polyamide Fiber (Nylon Staple Fiber)

Polyamide Fiber/Nylon (PA Plastic) Fiber is one of the most popular synthetic fibers used in textiles and industries. Nylon is the generic name for a family of synthetic polymers which were developed in February 1935 by Wallace Carrots at DuPont firstly,...
Polyester Staple Fibers (PSF)

Polyester Staple Fibers (PSF)

The largest volume of synthetic Fiber products in the world is made of Polyester Staple Fibers (PSF). Polyester is a type of polymer that has ester groups, which mainly include polyethylene terephthalate (PET).
The most direct path to plastic upcycling is designing polymers specifically for reuse

The most direct path to plastic upcycling is designing polymers specifically

Oak Ridge National Laboratory researchers determined that designing polymers specifically with upcycling in mind could reduce future plastic waste considerably and facilitate a circular economy where the material is used repeatedly.
December 6, 2021/by Alireza Falak Rafat
Geosynthetic Polymers-Geomembrane and geotextile

Geosynthetics Polymer can Protect Buildings from Large Fault Ruptures

Geosynthetic Polymers (Geomembrane and Geotextile): Surface rupturing during earthquakes is a significant risk to any structure.Polymers can protect buildings from large fault ruptures.
November 15, 2021/by Alireza Falak Rafat
Starch in adhesives and resins and its 5 applications

6 Important factors in Production of Starch | Adhesives and Resins

Starch is kind of Polysaccharide which is comprised of Glucose monomers and is not solvable in water. The Starch would be used as raw material for manufacturing of adhesives and papers, this item would be applied in textile industries too.
July 12, 2021/by Alireza Falak Rafat
woven & nonwoven geotextile | Difference & uses ?

woven & nonwoven geotextile | Difference & uses ?

Woven & Non-Woven Geotextile are permeable and have the ability to separate, filter, reinforce, protect or drain when used with soil. They are produced by various methods such as needle punching ,Heat Bonding, or chemical (Resin Bonding) and have a felt-like structure without specific warp and woof (non-woven).
July 5, 2021/by Alireza Falak Rafat