Acrylic Fiber

Acrylic fibers are essentially synthetic fibers that are created from a polymer (polyacrylonitrile). They have an average molecular weight of ~100,000, about 1900 monomer units. For a fiber to earn the status of acrylic in the US, the polymer must consist of at least 85% of acrylonitrile monomer.

Description

RAW WHITE, ACRYLIC TOW WORSTED SPINNING

Denier Dtex KTEX Lustre Type
1.2 1.4 114 Bright Bright
1.5 1.7 122 Bright / Semi Dull Regular
2 2.2 123, 132 Bright / Semi Dull Regular
3 3.3 146 Bright / Semi Dull Regular
5 5.6 125 Bright / Semi Dull Regular

 

ACRYLIC STAPLE FIBER RAW WHITE

Denier Dtex KTEX Lustre Type
1.2 1.4 114 Bright Bright
1.5 1.7 122 Bright / Semi Dull Regular
2 2.2 123, 132 Bright / Semi Dull Regular

 

WORSTED, SEMI WORSTED & WOOLLEN SPINNING

Denier Dtex KTEX Lustre Type
3 3.3 76, 89, 102, V64, V74, V89 Bright / Semi Dull Regular Shrinkable 23-29%
7, 10, 15 7, 8, 11, 17 76, 102, 105 Bright / Semi Dull Regular Shrinkable 23%
5 5.6 76, 89, 102, V64, V74, V89 Bright / Semi Dull Regular Shrinkable 23 to 27%
whatsapp
Enquire Now Newsletter
×

Enquire Now