Polyester Fibre

Polyester fiber fabric is a synthetic fiber obtained by spinning a polyester synthesized by condensation of organic dicarboxylic acid and diol. Research reports on polyester chains indicate that industrially produced polyester fibers are made from polyethylene terephthalate and ethylene glycol, and are known in China as polyester. It is currently the largest variety of synthetic fibers.

Polyester has many excellent textile and wear properties, and is widely used. It can be pure spun or blended with natural fibers such as cotton, wool, silk, hemp, and other chemical fibers to produce a variety of colorful, strong, easy-to-wash, quick-drying, wrinkle-free, and washable fabrics that simulate wool, cotton, silk, and linen. Polyester fabrics are suitable for men’s and women’s shirts, outerwear, children’s clothing, indoor decorative fabrics, and carpets. Due to its good elasticity and fluffiness, polyester can also be used as padding. In industry, high-strength polyester can be used as tire cord thread, conveyor belt, fire hose, cable rope, fishing net, etc., and can also be used as electrical insulation materials, acid-resistant filter cloth, and papermaking felts. Non-woven fabrics made of polyester can be used for indoor decorations, carpet backing, medical industry fabrics, padding, lining, etc.

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