Olefin Fiber, How is Olefin Fiber Made?

Olefin Fiber, How is Olefin Fiber Made?

The Combination Of Polypropylene And Ethylene Fibers Is Often Called Olefin Fibers. The Melting Point Of Polyethylene Is 120-120 ° C And Polypropylene Is 160-160 ° C, So Their Combination, Polyolefin, Can Not Be Used At Temperatures Above 100 Degrees.

Product: Staple Fiber + Data sheet

Instead, With A Density Of 94-90 G / Cm3 And Very Low Moisture Recovery, It Is A Good Option For Applications That Require Floating In Water And Low Moisture Recovery, Such As Anchoring Ropes, Oil Pollution Control, Fishing Nets, Etc.

It Is Also Used For Sportswear And Protective Clothing Due To Its High Insulation. Olefin Fibers Due To Excellent Strength And Good Tensile Strength Has Medicine Applications Such As: Wound Dressings, Bandages, Casts, Kidneys, Artificial Liver And Lungs, Sutures, Surgical Mesh, Vascular Grafts, Artificial Ligaments, Sheets, Diapers, Surgical Gowns, Napkins.

Olefin Fibers : Advantages and Disadvantages

Olefin Advantages: Low Moisture Absorption, Good Tensile Strength, Excellent Abrasion Resistance And Resistance To Chemicals, Mold, Microorganisms And Insects, Good Capillary And High Insulation.

Polyester Staple Fibers

Olefin Disadvantages: Due To Insulation, It Causes Perspiration, Low Melting Point, Difficult To Paint, High Flammability, Low Volatility And Creep Due To Stress, Prone To Photosynthetic Degradation