acrylic fibre


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acrylic fibre

n
1. (Elements & Compounds) a textile fibre, such as Orlon or Acrilan, produced from acrylonitrile
2. (Textiles) a textile fibre, such as Orlon or Acrilan, produced from acrylonitrile
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The project, which is slated to be developed on a site in Killala earlier occupied by Asahi Chemicals for acrylic fibre production, has already seen more than 90 million in investment.
Acrylic fibre import prices to China and elsewhere in Asia fell.
Both SANITIZED AG and Thai Acrylic Fibre believe this alliance will strengthen our respective product offering in addition to opening up new markets," adds Urs Stalder, CEO of SANITIZED AG.
The company procures acrylic fibre, its primary raw material, from Vardhman Acrylics Ltd (rated AA-/Stable/P1+ by CRISIL), Pasupati Acrylon Ltd, and Indian Acrylics Ltd, and sells its products to local dealers in the Ludhiana market.
ATBS is used in oil field recovery, water treatment, acrylic fibre manufacturing, adhesives and personal care products and in mining industry, coatings and as dispersing and flocculatin agents.
Tokyo, 11 Sept: Japanese synthetic fibre maker Asahi Kasei Corp said it was considering building a plant in Saudi Arabia with other firms including Saudi Basic Industries Corp (SABIC) to make products used in resin and acrylic fibre.
There's plenty of choice whether you want length, curls, colour or simply thicker hair - and you can pick between real hair or acrylic fibre.
to set up an acrylic fibre plant having a capacity of 25000 tonnes.
Textiles giant Courtaulds have designed an acrylic fibre which kills the tiny organisms that cause bacteria and fungi to build up in clothes.
Tenders are invited for Providing three dimensional artistic sculptures in acrylic fibre (solid) of live size of sculpture of human figures standing in different postures at Delhi State Cancer Institute (East), Dilshad Garden, Delhi
Question nine: In 1970 a textile firm established a plant at Seal Sands producing acrylonitrile used in the making of acrylic fibre.
The government has decided to continue the imposition of anti-dumping duty on acrylic fibre from Belarus and Japan for five more years to protect the domestic industry from cheap imports.