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  • United States excludes Chineses 300 billion tariff list

    United States excludes China's 300 billion tariff list
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  • Advantages and disadvantages of polyester fiber

    Polyester has many excellent textile properties and performance. It can be used in pure textiles or blended with natural fibers such as cotton, wool, silk and hemp and other chemical fibers. It is made into a variety of colors, firm and scratchy. It is easy to dry, non-scaling and washable. It can be worn like wool, imitation cotton, imitation silk and imitation linen. Polyester fabric is suitable for men's and women's shirts, outerwear, children's clothing, upholstery fabrics and carpets. Polyester can also be used as cotton wool because of its good elasticity and bulkiness. Industrial high-strength polyester can be used as tire cords, conveyor belts, fire hoses, cables, fishing nets, etc., and can also be used as electrical insulation materials, acid-resistant filter cloths and paper-making blankets. Non-woven fabrics made of polyester can be used for interior decoration, carpet backing, pharmaceutical industry fabrics, flocking, lining, etc.
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  • A magical fiber PVA fiber

    Water-soluble PVA fiber not only has ideal water-soluble temperature, strength and elongation, but also has good acid, alkali and dry heat resistance, and is odorless and non-toxic after being dissolved in water. The aqueous solution is colorless and transparent, in a short time. The internal energy is naturally decomposed and does not cause any pollution to the environment. It is a 100% green product. In addition, according to recent research results, PVA is the only biodegradable material in large-scale synthetic polymers. It is the development of the water-soluble PVA fiber with different properties that utilizes the unique properties of water-soluble PVA fiber, and the development of its application range is still being carried out continuously.
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