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SF Nonwovens

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  • PE - reinforced...
    Polyester is a fibrous material produced using the melt spinning process
    Polyester fibres can be produced in any cross-section, ranging from round, oval or angular hollow fibres right through to micro-fibres.
    Resistant to climatic influences, (light-resistant and weatherproof)
    Good mechanical characteristics such as elasticity, dimensional stability, dry and wet strength and abrasion resistance
    Low moisture absorption
    Good resistance to acids and solvents
    Recycling: Mainly thermal 
    Weight
    DIN EN 
    29073-1
    Thickness
    DIN ISO 
    9073-2
    Max. tensile strength dry
    DIN EN 29073-3
    N / 5 cm
    Max. tensile strength wet
    DIN EN 29073-3
    N / 5 cm
    Elongation dry
    DIN EN 29073-3
    %
    (g/m²) (mm) length across length across length across
    20 0,14 65 35 60 35 20 23
    25 0,15 85 45 85 45 20 25
    40 0,20 140 80 140 80 24 30
    60 0,25 200 120 200 100 20 25
    70 0,27 260 120 225 100 20 25
    Setpoint values stated are average values subject to variations in the production process for nonwovens.
  • PES - Polyester -...

    Polyester is a fibrous material produced using the melt spinning process
    Polyester fibres can be produced in any cross-section, ranging from round, oval or angular hollow fibres right through to micro-fibres.
    Resistant to climatic influences, (light-resistant and weatherproof)
    Good mechanical characteristics such as elasticity, dimensional stability, dry and wet strength and abrasion resistance
    Low moisture absorption
    Good resistance to acids and solvents
    Recycling: Mainly thermal 

    Weight
    DIN EN 
    29073-1
    Thickness
    DIN ISO 
    9073-2
    Max. tensile strength dry
    DIN EN 29073-3
    N / 5 cm
    Max. tensile strength wet
    DIN EN 29073-3
    N / 5 cm
    Elongation dry
    DIN EN 29073-3
    %
    (g/m²) (mm) length across length across length across
    20 0,15 18 9 20 10 7 30
    30 0,20 39 24 35 25 20 35
    40 0,22 50 25 45 25 20 35
    50 0,25 60 35 60 40 25 35
    60 0,27 65 45 65 45 30 40
    70 0,30 85 65 85 60 30 45
    Setpoint values stated are average values subject to variations in the production process for nonwovens.
  • PP - Polypropylene -...
    Polypropylene is a semi-crystalline thermoplastic belonging to the polyolefines group
    Low density (0.895 g/cm³-0.92 g/cm³)(lighter than water)
    Polypropylene becomes brittle at temperatures between 0°C and -10°C, maximum temperature stability 100°C
    Resistant to the majority of organic solvents, fats, acids and alkaline solutions
    Low electrostatic charge
    Recycling: thermal recycling option available 
    Weight
    DIN EN 
    29073-1
    Thickness
    DIN ISO 
    9073-2
    Max. tensile strength dry
    DIN EN 29073-3
    N / 5 cm
    Max. tensile strength wet
    DIN EN 29073-3
    N / 5 cm
    Elongation dry
    DIN EN 29073-3
    %
    (g/m²) (mm) längs quer längs quer längs quer
    20 0,27 30 25 35 30 35 35
    30 0,30 50 45 45 40 50 55
    40 0,35 85 80 75 70 50 55
    70 0,55 140 120 130 110 45 50
    Setpoint values stated are average values subject to variations in the production process for nonwovens.
  • PPS - Needle-punched...
    Needle-punched nonwovens (PPS) are deposited in a carding machine to form a fleece; at the same time the individual fibres are joined together to create a fibrous web (fleece)
    During fibre processing it is possible to achieve directional orientation and heavier fleeces are produced by using several layers of fibres
    Needle punching is the process whereby the fleece is strengthened and compressed by repeatedly puncturing the fibrous web using a number of barbed hooks
    A range of different surface structures can be produced using the needle punching process 
    Weight
    DIN EN 
    29073-1
    Fibre structure Thickness
    DIN ISO 
    9073-2
    Max. tensile strength dry
    DIN EN 29073-3
    N / 5 cm
    Max. tensile strength wet
    DIN EN 29073-3
    N / 5 cm
    Elongation dry
    DIN EN 29073-3
    %
    (g/m²)   (mm) length across length across length across
    60 90% PES,
    10% PP
    0,60 75 80 80 85 45 80
    80 90% PES,
    10% PP
    0,60 120 200 110 190 60 90
    105 87% PES,
    13% PP
    0,80 100 160 - - 45 50
    130 87% PES,
    13% PP
    1,35 120 220 100 170 100 120
    150 90% PES,
    10% PP
    0,75 170 220 180 300 60 45
    400 100% PES 2,5 650 850 650 850 40 50

    Setpoint values stated are average values subject to variations in the production process for nonwovens.

  • V - Viscose - Staple...
    Viscose Fibres (known as viscose or rayon staple fibre) are chemical fibres manufactured from cellulose
    Low mechanical characteristics such as elasticity, dimensional stability, wet and dry strength
    Medium resistance to acids and alkaline solutions
    High moisture and water absorption capability (good swelling and suction characteristics)
    Low electrostatic charge due to good electrical conductivity
    Viscose fibres are bio-degradable and lend themselves to thermal recycling 
    Weight
    DIN EN 
    29073-1
    Thickness
    DIN ISO 
    9073-2
    Max. tensile strength dry 
    DIN EN 29073-3
    N / 5 cm
    Max. tensile strength wet
    DIN EN 29073-3
    N / 5 cm
    Elongation dry
    DIN EN 29073-3
    %
    (g/m²) (mm) length across length across length across
    20 0,15 30 5 15 4 10 10
    25 0,15 40 7 20 4 10 15
    30 0,20 55 9 25 5 10 15
    35 0,25 60 12 30 6 12 20
    40 0,25 70 15 35 6 12 20
    50 0,30 100 20 35 7 12 20
    60 0,35 120 22 40 9 12 20
    80 0,40 140 40 45 10 10 15
    Setpoint values are average values subject to variations in the production process for nonwovens.

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