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Textile Industry Products -> Textiles -> Thread & Yarn

Thread & Yarn

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Glass Yarns come in thermoplastics compatible sizes.

AGY    Aiken, SC 29801
Mar 12, 2014 With thermoplastics-compatible sizes, S-2 Glass® and E-Glass yarns can be used in woven fabrics and range of other conversion steps. Sizing system achieves optimum bond between fibers and thermoplastics while also allowing use of fibers in traditional glass fiber conversion processes. Specifically, sizing systems work with range of polymer chemistries, are available on range of fiber diameters, and are suitable for range of high-temperature resin systems as well as engineering resins.

High-Performance Hybrid Yarns enhance composite applications.

Innegra Technologies, LLC    Greenville, SC 29615
Oct 03, 2013 Used in reinforcement and composite manufacturing processes, Innegra™ H series is engineered to meet industry demand for lightweight, damage- and impact-resistant solutions. Product consists of high-performance olefin yarn co-mingled with other high-performance composite fibers, including aramid, basalt, carbon, and glass, to increase durability and avoid shattering effect associated with lightweight composites. Hybridization is done at filament level, allowing more homogeneous final part.

Ultra-Fine Yarns are designed for use in PCB substrates.

Ultra-Fine Yarns are designed for use in PCB substrates.

AGY    Aiken, SC 29801
Mar 22, 2013 Used as reinforcement and dielectric, BC2250 and BC3000 allow PCB suppliers to create thinner laminates for higher layer counts and greater circuit density. Yarns are woven into fabric and then laminated with epoxy resin and copper foil to produce copper clad laminate. E-Glass composition contributes to electrical insulation and provides thermo-mechanical stability, and reinforcement with glass fiber fabrics promotes dimensional stability. BC3000 consists of 50 filaments of 4 micron dia.

Glass Fiber features tensile modulus of 14,359 ksi.

AGY    Aiken, SC 29801
Nov 20, 2012 Developed using Modular Direct Melt production technology, S-3 UHM™ utilizes unique formulation of S-Glass raw materials to develop mechanical properties. Material is available in range of different formats including yarns, rovings, and chopped fibers. With S-3 UHM, designers and manufacturers will be able to use glass fiber reinforcement in areas previously limited to other types of fibers.

Fine Filament Aramid Yarn provides ballistic protection. .

Teijin Aramid    Arnhem   Netherlands
Jan 20, 2012 Consisting of 1,000 filaments, Twaron 550f1000 is suited for soft anti-ballistic products for police, law enforcement, and military markets where trends are toward lightweight bulletproof vests that comply with strict safety regulations. In woven fabric, yarn is suitable for anti-ballistic and anti-stab products. It offers fragment resistance as well as optimized resistance to blast effects of roadside bombs.

E-Glass Yarn Sizing System targets aerospace industry.

AGY    Aiken, SC 29801
Jan 06, 2011 Initially available on DE75 yarn, 947 direct sizing system for E-Glass yarns provides aerospace customers with opportunities to remove weight from traditional composite products while increasing tensile and compressive strengths. Fibers with 947 sizing can be woven into fabric and used in composite applications without additional finishing, eliminating related fabric integrity erosion. Currently, 947 sizing is compatible with epoxy and phenolic resins as well as thermoplastics.

Flame-Retardant PET Yarn is suited for textiles used in vehicles.

Federal-Mogul Corp.    Southfield, MI 48034
Jun 02, 2010 Compliant with UL 1441 VW-1 flame test, PET yarn meets halogen-free, flame-retardant regulations and no flaming drip requirement. Product supports processing and functional requirements for textiles used in both interior vehicle trim and wiring harness insulation in land, water, and air vehicles. It features 2 melamine-based, flame-retardant materials which, when burned, char so that burning drips don't form. Constituents of material also vaporize, diluting oxygen that can feed fire.

Ultra-Fine Glass Fiber Yarns insulate and stabilize PCB substrates.

Ultra-Fine Glass Fiber Yarns insulate and stabilize PCB substrates.

AGY    Aiken, SC 29801
Apr 26, 2010 Intended for use as reinforcement and dielectric in PCB substrates, ultra-fine yarns are woven into fabric and laminated with epoxy resin and copper foil to produce copper clad laminate. E-Glass composition enhances electrical insulator properties while providing thermo-mechanical stability to PCBs. Respectively used to produce fabric styles 1037 and 1027, C1200 and BC 1500 yarns consist of 100 filaments of 4.5 and 4 micron dia.

Glass Fiber Yarn ensures speed and integrity of signals.

Glass Fiber Yarn ensures speed and integrity of signals.

AGY    Aiken, SC 29801
Apr 13, 2009 Used in printed wiring board applications, L-Glass(TM) exhibits dielectric constant (Dk) and dissipation factor (Df) suited for designs requiring increased signal speeds and integrity. Dk is 4.86 and Df is 0.0050 at 10 GHz, and coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) is 3.9 ppm/°C. Suited for use in IC packaging, fiber is available in various yarn counts that will allow production of low-loss fabrics analogous to styles 106, 1080, 2113/2313, and 2116.

Multifilament Yarn withstands extremely hot environments.

Diolen Industrial Fibers    ARNHEM 6800 TC  Netherlands
Sep 17, 2007 Made with Fortron® polyphenylene sulfide, high-tenacity Diofort® is inherently flame-retardant and chemical resistant. It can be combined with glass, carbon, and other polymer fibers to yield blended fabrics. In addition to reinforcing hydraulic oil hoses in power steering systems where it reduces noise and vibration, product can be applied in fuel lines and charge-air coolers to provide resistance to high pressure and temperature while allowing flexibility.

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