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Man-Made Fiber

Over the years, with the continuous development and innovation of fiber manufacturing technology, the types of man-made fibers have become more and more abundant. As a leading provider of fiber solutions, Alfa Chemistry is committed to bringing customers the most comprehensive and wide range of fiber materials.

Optional Fiber Solutions

  • Regenerated Fiber
    Regenerated fibers are a kind of fibers with better performance obtained from natural cellulose by changing the physical structure without changing the chemical structure. Incorporating renewable materials into various substrates can not only provide tailored performance, but also improve sustainability. End products of recycled fibers include garments, consumer products, packaging products, and structural components. [1]

Process paths for recycled fibers and their final products.Process paths for recycled fibers and their final products.

  • Synthetic Fiber
    Synthetic fibers are man-made fibers produced by chemical modification of petroleum or coal-derived polymers or naturally occurring materials. Compared with natural fibers, synthetic fibers have outstanding advantages in terms of strength, stretch, abrasion resistance, chemical resistance and environmental resistance, etc. According to the chemical composition of synthetic fibers, the representative products of inorganic synthetic fibers are carbon fiber, glass fiber, boron fiber, etc., and the representative products of organic synthetic fibers are aramid fiber, polyester fiber, polyamide fiber, acrylic fiber, etc.

Functional Fiber

  • Functional Fiber
    Functional fibers refer to fibers that have some special properties different from those inherent in general fibers and can meet special needs, such as electrical conductivity, antibacterial, flame retardant, discoloration, optical properties, biodegradability, etc. Alfa Chemistry offers a wide range of functional fiber products to support your specific application needs.
  • Fiber Intermediate
    Fiber intermediates can be further processed to produce polymers for synthetic fibers such as polyester and nylon. Alfa Chemistry can also supply some common fiber intermediate products such as p-xylene, cyclohexane, purified terephthalic acid (TPA), cyclohexanone, and acrylonitrile, etc.

Didn't Find Any Fiber Product Of Interest?

In addition to our large inventory, Alfa Chemistry's chemists are actively developing and expanding our innovative fiber solutions. Welcome to contact us for the best product or service.

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Reference

  1. Alp Karakoc, et al. Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, 2021, 40(19-20), 741-748.

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