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FILYLON

POLYAMIDE 6 MONOFILAMENT (PA6)

This kind of monofilament is appreciated for its very good workability. It shows perfect characteristics of mechanical resistance, abrasion resistance and an excellent dyeing.

MAIN CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Density: 1.14 g/cc
Melting Temperature: 213°C — 220°C
Softening Temperature: 180°C - 190°C
Self-extinguishability Class: (Ref. UL 94) V2

POLYAMIDE 6.6 MONOFILAMENT (PA 6.6)

Further to the characteristics stated for the Polyamide 6, the Polyamide 6.6 allows the use at higher temperatures, without modifying the mechanical characteristics. It guarantees resilience and has a better dimensional stability than Polyamide 6.

MAIN CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


Density: 1.14 g/cc
Melting Temperature: 258°C — 262°C
Softening temperature: 235°C
Self-extinguishability Class: (Ref. UL 94) V2

FILPRO

POLYPROPYLENE MONOFILAMENT (PP)

This monofilament is particularly suitable for all filtration fabrics due to its excellent resistance to the acids. Among the main characteristics there is its extreme hydro repellency. Thanks to its capacity to resist to organic substances, it is largely used for the production of biomedical fabrics.

MAIN CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Density: 0.91 g/cc
Melting Temperature: 160°C - 170°C
Softening Temperature: 145°C
Self-extinguishability Class:
(Ref. UL 94) HB horizontal burning

RESISTENCE TO CHEMICAL AGENTS PA 6 PA 6.6 PP
Water + + +
Weak acids - - +
Strong acids - -
Hydrofluoric acid - -
Weak alkali +
Strong alkali + + +
Inorganic salts + + +
Halogenous - - #
Oxidizing composed - - -
Paraffin solvents
Halogenous-alkane solvents #
Alcoholic solvents +
Ethereal solvents + + °
Foreign solvents + +
Ketone solvents + +
Aldehyde solvents +
Amine solvents + + +
Solvents organic acids
Solvents aromatic composed #
Fuels + +
Mineral oils + + +
Greasy oils + + +

[+ Stable] • from stable to a limited stability [- Unstable]
# from a limited stability to unstable [° Limited stability]