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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
  
[CEREX Advanced Fabrics, Pensacola Florida] A registered trademark for a series of spunbond [[nylon fiber|nylon]] fabrics. Cerex® fabrics are made by heat-bonding continuous filaments of nylon. The smooth, flat, nonwoven fabrics are available in several weights. They have high tensile strength, excellent tear resistance and are unaffected by most [[solvent|solvents]], [[alkali|alkalis]], and dilute [[acid|acids]]. Cerex® fabrics have been commercially available since 1968.
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[CEREX Advanced Fabrics, Pensacola Florida] A registered trademark for a series of spunbond [[nylon fiber|nylon]] fabrics. Cerex® fabrics are made by heat-bonding continuous filaments of nylon 6,6. The thin, smooth, flat, nonwoven fabrics are available in several weights. They have high tensile strength, excellent tear resistance and are unaffected by most [[solvent|solvents]], [[alkali|alkalis]], and dilute [[acid|acids]]. Cerex® fabrics have been commercially available since 1968.
  
 
== Applications ==
 
== Applications ==

Revision as of 12:20, 24 November 2019

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Description

[CEREX Advanced Fabrics, Pensacola Florida] A registered trademark for a series of spunbond nylon fabrics. Cerex® fabrics are made by heat-bonding continuous filaments of nylon 6,6. The thin, smooth, flat, nonwoven fabrics are available in several weights. They have high tensile strength, excellent tear resistance and are unaffected by most solvents, alkalis, and dilute acids. Cerex® fabrics have been commercially available since 1968.

Applications

Collections Risk

May accumulate a static charge.

Physical and Chemical Properties

Melting Point about 260

Additional Information

CEREX Advanced Fabrics Website

Sources Checked for Data in Record

  • External source or communication, External source or communication Comment: Personal communication, Marie Svobada, MFA

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