Creslan

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Creslan Type 61, Acrylic

Description

[Sterling Fibers] A registered trademark for a lightweight, strong, wrinkle resistant acrylic. Creslan is a copolymer of acrylonitrile with acrylamide. It was first sold in 1956 by American Cyanamid. Creslan is durable in sunlight, exhibits resistance to acids and most cleaning solvents, but deteriorates in alkalis.

Creslan

Synonyms and Related Terms

Fiber X-54; Exlan

Density 1.17

Additional Information

Sterling Fibers: Website

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Comparisons

Properties of Synthetic Fibers


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Sources Checked for Data in Record

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