Introducing types of granules and their application in industry

Granules are one of the important components of plastic and textile industries, which are produced in the form of colorful, uniform and small grains. These materials are usually used as a raw material in the production of plastic and textile products. Granules are generally of two categories: virgin granules, the first category, and recycled granules, which…

Synthetic and natural fibers, applications and uses

Fibers is the plural of the word “fiber” and refers to threads whose ratio of length to diameter is more than 100 times. Fibers are divided into two categories: natural and synthetic. The most widely used synthetic fibers are polyester fibers, which you can learn more about here

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.

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.

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.

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or vinion fibers(Vinyon)

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a very widely used plastic and one of the most valuable products of the petrochemical industry (polymer fibers). Polyvinyl chloride is most widely used in construction and its fibers have the same characteristics. Vinion is defined as a fiber, at least 85% of which are vinyl chloride polymerization monomer units.

Olefin fibers (polypropylene + ethylene)

Olefin fibers are produced by combining polypropylene fibers with ethylene. The melting point of polyethylene is 120-125 °C and polypropylene is 160-165 °C. Their composition, i.e. polyolefin, cannot be used at temperatures above 100 degrees. Instead with…

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.

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).

3 General Types of Asphalt for Road Stabilization

3 General Types of Asphalt for Road Stabilization

Asphalt or Asphalt concrete is a composite or combined material that is commonly used to pave roads, parking lots, airports, as well as the core of soil dams.