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Nylon Multifilament
Dec 26, 2018

Nylon has high mechanical strength, high softening point, heat resistance, low friction coefficient, abrasion resistance, self-lubricating property, shock absorption and sound absorbing property, oil resistance, weak acid resistance, alkali resistance and general solvent, and good electrical insulation. Self-extinguishing, non-toxic, odorless, good weatherability, poor dyeability. The disadvantage is that the water absorption is large, affecting the dimensional stability and electrical properties, and the fiber reinforcement can reduce the water absorption rate of the resin, so that it can work under high temperature and high humidity. Nylon has a very good affinity with glass fiber. Commonly used in making combs, toothbrushes, clothes hooks, fan bones, net bag ropes, fruit packaging bags, etc. Non-toxic, but not in contact with acid and alkali for a long time.


People are no strangers to nylon. Nylon products abound in everyday life, but few people know its history. Nylon is a synthetic fiber first developed in the world.


From the outbreak of the Second World War until 1945, the nylon industry was turned into military products such as parachutes, aircraft tire cords, and military uniforms. Due to the characteristics and wide use of nylon, it developed very rapidly after the Second World War. Nylon products are one of the three synthetic fibers, from stockings, clothing to carpets, fishing nets, etc., in an uncountable manner.


Most stockings and some security uniforms on the market are made of nylon and are easy to burn. The burnt edges are scorched and generally plastic. It is easy to compare with cloth.


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