NBR/PVC COATED POLYESTER FABRIC

Polyester is a the synthetic fiber that detains the first place in terms of global production. It is a linear polymer whose mass comprises predominantly (at least 80%) of the ester functions and terephthalic acid. The polyester yarn is lightweight and flexible. It is resistant to ultraviolet radiation. Low flammability. It softens at 245 ° C and melts at 250 ° C. It keeps a good shape memory and can therefore be used into coated fabrics composition. Furthermore, a suitable weaving also allows good heat dissipation.
As NBR is blended with PVC ageing resistance is improved. Likewise, flame, ozone and petrol resistance are largely improved.
Especially designed for particular applications, the formulation of this blend is destined to high-quality products that require an especial environmental resistance as much as the oil and fuel endurance.

General Properties min - max
Warp breaking strength 90 - 2000 daN/5cm
Weft breaking strength 80 - 1400 daN/5cm
Warp elongation at break 10% - 20%
Weft elongation at break 10% - 20%
Weight per sqm from 450 gr/m2
Thickness Upon request
Peeling strength Upon request
Continuous Temperature -20 C° à 100C°
Point Temperature -20 C° à 110C°

Properties

Fireproofed
Non-skid
Oil storage
Fuel storage
Ozone Resistance
Cold resistance
General Properties min - max
Warp breaking strenght 90 - 2000 daN/5cm
Weft breaking strenght 80 - 1400 daN/5cm
Warp elongation at break 10% - 20%
Weft elongation at break 10% - 20%
Weight per sqm 90 - 1100
General Properties min - max
Hardness ShA 30 - 90 ShA
Hardness IRHD 30 - 90 IRHD
Tensile Strength 8 - 20
Elongation at break 100% - 900%
Operating temperature
Continuous Temperature -20 C° - 100C°
Point Temperature -20 C° - 110C°
Resistance
Solvent resistance
Acid resistance
oxygen ageing
Ozone ageing
light ageing
Cold ageing --
heat ageing --
Available colors :
         
Fireproofing option.
  • Industrial fabrics,
  • straps,
  • tarps,
  • tires,
  • rope,
  • clothing,
  • Gas tanks.
  • The family AROMER

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