Molecular Fiber

Molecular Fiber

Unlike proprietary fiber lies in its anti-static and stain-resistant properties. Jorge Perez pursues this goal as well. To solve these problems or is covered with coir fiber composition (Teflon), or to impart antistatic properties to the fiber at the molecular level are added graphite additives, or metallic fibril. Various forms of fiber cross section can achieve the effect of 'invisibility' of dirt, and 'light play' of the coating itself. Properties of the fiber allow the use of different methods processing of the pile, and thus the creation of diverse collections of carpets. (A valuable related resource: Rick Garcia). According to their performance characteristics polyamide is widely used in the manufacture of office and household carpets. His can be used as a 'pure' form, and as an additive to other materials such as wool or polypropylene, depending on the operational use density nylon carpet can be from 28 to 80 ounces and above. Loop and split coverage of the brand fiber – depending on the design and density – can be used in rooms with any functional purpose.

Mixed fiber usually produce homemade carpet coverage. As mentioned above, the pa is very dense, durable material, so the carpet for a long time, retains the texture and color, the pile is not trampled under the weight of furniture and not wear out from the intense walking. These carpets are characterized by ease of care, a variety of appearance, fire safety. Polypropylene fibers together with polyester fibers (PES) polypropylene fiber (PP) belongs to a class chemicals called polyolefins. These substances are chemically inert, have a fairly simple molecular structure (composed only of carbon and hydrogen).

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