Dharma Trading Co. is happy to announce our own line of Acid Dyes for Silk, Wool and Nylon!
Advantages. Excellent surface finish even when reinforced; Strength; Stiffness; Chemical resistance to hydrocarbons; Limitations. High water absorption; Poor chemical
Nylon 66 (aka nylon 6-6, nylon 6/6 or nylon 6,6) is a type of polyamide or nylon. There are many types of nylon: the two most common for textile and plastics
Use Custom Advanced’s chemical resistance guide to see the resistance of a variety of chemicals. It is a useful tool for the resistance of numerous chemicals.
Chart showing the chemical resistance properties of many engineering plastics. Plastics International is your resource for medical grade and engineering plastics.
chemical resistance chart butyl cpe epdm hyp alon hytrel na tural nitrile nylon sbr santoprene teflon uhmw urethane viton xlpe acetaldehyde acetic acid, glacial
Gasoline Unchanged Grease No effect Heptane No effect Hexane No effect Honey No effect Hydrobromic Acid 100% Not recommended Hydrobromic Acid 20% Severe effect, not
Nylon, a synthetic fiber also sometimes labeled as polyamide, can be dyed with either of two completely different dye classes, acid dyes and disperse dyes.
Nylon is a generic designation for a family of synthetic polymers, based on aliphatic or semi-aromatic polyamides. Nylon is a thermoplastic silky material that can be
Find out more about basic principles of production, characteristics and uses of nylon fiber.