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Synonyms for synthetic fiber

fiber created from natural materials or by chemical processes

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SigNature T DNA solution now tags natural and synthetic fibers at industrial scale, and maintains a secure chain of custody as the product moves from source (pellets in the case of synthetics) to fiber to product to consumer.
The range comprises Smartrepel(r) Hydro CMD designed for cellulosic fibers and blends, and Smartrepel(r) Hydro PM for synthetic fibers.
Increase in the demand of concrete fibers, especially for synthetic fibers, steel fibers, and basalt fibers has been observed in Asia-Pacific due to continued industrialization and growth of the manufacturing sector of the region.
It offers a pure taste without offensive smells, when compared with those from conventional oil-based synthetic fibers such as nylon or polyester.
Shinkong Synthetic Fibers started to tap LCD backlight modules market in 2003, and plans to set up an operating headquarters and R&D center in CTSP, also bringing downstream manufacturers together to form an industrial cluster.
Indonesia's consumption of synthetic fibers in the period of 2007-2011 grew 5.
This exceeds the worldwide consumption of both natural and synthetic fibers, which stands at 67 million tons, he adds.
Do not polish the end of the connectors with a cloth made of synthetic fibers.
Acetic acid and vinyl acetate are used to manufacture synthetic fibers.
Corporate Properties Associates 16--Global (CPA[R]:16--Global) purchased the headquarters and main manufacturing facility of a leading producer of engineered, non-woven fabrics and specialty synthetic fibers for $32 million.
But some synthetic fibers are not readily available in China.
Current technology does not allow converting materials such as agricultural fibers and plastics or the use of advanced materials and techniques such as synthetic fibers and embedded sensors with existing resins and adhesives to yield high-strength, "smart" composites.
The new technology replaces the old carpet and with two inches of rubber and sand filler, which holds the three-inch synthetic fibers in place.
a producer of synthetic fibers based in Tokyo, has announced plans to produce materials for new PET bottles that will be made from used PET bottles.
Group pretax profit at Japan's largest manufacturer of synthetic fibers fell 58.
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