Textile based Yarns & Monofilaments



Piles and Yarns

  • Can be made from a wide range of materials
    (Thermoset and Thermoplastic)
  • Piles typically used in applications that require a soft fiber that can adjust to irregularities on the sealing surfaces at a low closing force
  • Excellent in sliding applications.

Monofilaments

  • Individually extruded filaments made from thermoset and and thermoplastic materials
  • Monofilaments are typically used in applications that require a more resistant sealing member with a higher closing force and compression set resistance.
  • Sizes Ultrafab uses range from .004" to .016"

 

Commonly Available Materials:

Polypropylene

General Specifications of Polypropylene:

  • Medium melting point (320 Degrees F)
  • Generally less expensive than Nylon
  • Excellent resistance to acids, alkalis, oil and grease
  • Lower bend recovery and compression resistance than Nylon
  • Lower flex fatigue and abrasion resistance than Nylon
Nylon

General Specifications of Nylon:

  • Offers premium bend recovery and compression resistance
  • Flex fatigue and abrasion resistance
  • Good resistance to alkalis, oil and grease
  • Excellent resistance to mildew - premium Nylons work well in heavy moisture conditions
  • Superior UV stability (un-treated) compare to UV stabilized Polypropylene
  • Higher melting point than Polypropylene (450 Degrees F)
  • Generally more expensive than Polypropylene
  • Poor resistance to acids

Specific Fiber Materials Available Upon Request

 

   

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