Abrasion resistance is a term used to determine the degree to which loss of appearance through surface wear, rubbing, chafing, and other frictional actions is withstood. The abrasion resistance degree is determined by a test method. Read more,,
The oldest man-made fibre and the first one made using tree pulp. Fabrics were made from acetate during World War 1 and used in airplane wings. Acetate has fair absorbency, high luster, (silk like) poor abrasion resistance, poor fastness to the sun and low strength which reduces 30% when wet. Read more..
Synthetic fibre that is made with just the right combination of coal, air, water, petroleum and limestone. The fibre has fair affinity to dye, and pills easily. Read more..
Adhesives is a term used to describe a material that is capable of holding together solid materials by surface attachment. The oldest adhesives are proteins and polysaccharides, which are high molecular weight natural polymers derived from plants and animals. Today most adhesives are made from synthetic polymers range from commodity products used in box and carped manufacturing and highly specialized used in surgery and aerospace such as cyanoacrylate or sealant. Read more.,.