SBR COATED POLYAMIDE FABRIC

Polyamide is a synthetic fiber formed of linear macromolecules having in the chain the recurring amide functional group. There are polyamides of low affinity and high affinity. They have low flammability, it starts to weaken at 180-200 ° C and melts at about 215-260 ° C. Good elasticity (greater than typical polyester). The polyamide yarn can have the strength of steel and fine wire of the spider. Depending on the weaving, the fabric may exhibit a very close silk appearance. Polyamide fabrics are often in the name of nylon which designated the base polyamide 6-6 whose current usage returns to generically polyamides.

Styrene Butadiene Rubber, mostly known as SBR, is one of the best options when applied to general purposes. Compared to natural rubber, SBR shows better abrasion resistance and heat-aging properties. Though, the resilience and the physical properties tend to be lower than those of Natural Rubber.

General Propertiesmin - max
Warp breaking strength100 - 2000 daN/5cm
Weft breaking strength90 - 1400 daN/5cm
Warp elongation at break10% - 30%
Weft elongation at break10% - 30%
Weight per sqmfrom 450 gr/m2
ThicknessUpon request
Peeling strengthUpon request
Continuous Temperature-50 C° à 80C°
Point Temperature-50 C° à 90C°

Properties

Fireproofed
Abrasion resistance
Non-skid
General Propertiesmin - max
Warp breaking strenght100 - 2000 daN/5cm
Weft breaking strenght90 - 1400 daN/5cm
Warp elongation at break10% - 30%
Weft elongation at break10% - 30%
Weight per sqm100 - 1100
General Propertiesmin - max
Hardness ShA30 - 90 ShA
Hardness IRHD30 - 90 IRHD
Tensile Strength8 - 20
Elongation at break100% - 900%
Operating temperature
Continuous Temperature-50 °C - 80 °C
Point Temperature-50 °C - 90 °C
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,
  • shoe soles,
  • tires.

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