What are the uses of chemical fiber textiles?
In China, many people believe that chemical fiber textiles are not as good as natural fiber textiles, but abroad, many consumers have found that chemical fiber textiles have higher comfort, functionality, and sensitivity. The reality is that chemical fiber textile uses modern high technology, from simulation to super reality, to constantly show its new advantages, and is widely used in clothing, home accessories, Household goods and other fields. So, next, the editor will introduce to you what chemical fibers are and the characteristics of chemical fiber textiles.
Classification of chemical fibers
1. Artificial fiber: It is a high-yield chemical fiber variety that uses high molecular weight materials such as cellulose or protein, such as wood, sugarcane bagasse, reeds, soybeans, cheese, etc., as raw materials, and is made through chemical and mechanical processing. For example: artificial cotton, artificial silk, artificial wool, tiger patterned kapok, and rich and noble cotton.
2. Synthetic fiber: Synthetic fiber is a major category of chemical fiber, which is a by-product used in petrochemical and coking industries. For example, polyester, nylon, nylon, Vinylon, polypropylene, chloramide, etc. are all Synthetic fiber.
The use of chemical fibers
In fact, fiber optics have a wide range of applications in our daily lives. Let's first take a look at the uses of optical fibers. Fiber optic is used for making clothing, fabric, conveyor belts, tire window fabrics, or ropes. Some are used for fishing nets, while others are used for electrical insulation, stitching, etc. According to relevant sources, polymer compounds can generally be made into deep liquids or melts, pressed out of spinneret holes, and then solidified to form fibers as we know them. According to relevant personnel, this type of product can be continuous wire type and then cut to the desired length, or without cutting the tow, etc