polyester


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any of numerous synthetic resins

a complex ester used for making fibers or resins or plastics or as a plasticizer

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any of a large class of synthetic fabrics

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He further said that sportswear industry of Sialkot was directly affected by these duties on the polyester yarn.
Orthopthalic were the most widely used unsaturated polyester resins and accounted for around 35% of the global demand in 2012.
100 percent polyester interlocked wipes and 100 percent polyester Purity wipes with a knit construction for exceptional absorbency and cleanliness.
The polyester fibre has moisture regain of about 0.
The price for polyester raw material has declined below polypropylene since 2010.
All polyester spray equipment available as internal or external spray.
THE RECYCLABILITY OF PAPERS TREATED WITH ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY PET POLYESTERS
pdf -- has been updated to incorporate the use of polyester straps as a suitable tie-down material.
DuPont currently counts about 4,800 employees in its polyester operations, with about 1,800 of those being outside contractors.
But Carolyn Gorman, health education director for the Environmental Health Center in Dallas, points out that polyester isn't safe for everybody.
Fabric makers weave the plastic fibers into material that clothing manufacturers make into dresses and jackets--just like any other polyester material.
Polyester has a long history of successful use in packaging, especially food packaging.
A chemist at the University of California at Davis reports that some polyester-cotton-blend clothing can burn "up to 25 percent faster' than clothing made either from pure synthetics such as polyester or from pure "cellulosic' fibers such as cotton or rayon.
Total production capacity of polyester filament industry increased 5.