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There are three types of synthetic fiber used in the production of textiles and textile products (TPT).
When the fibers meet after emerging from the rollers, the synthetic fiber is sandwiched between the two strands of cotton fiber, creating a strong high-cotton-content yarn with nearly a 100-percent cotton surface, he says.
1 The survey was limited to the South, where more than 95 percent of the workers in synthetic fibers manufacturing are employed.
The global glass fiber market & specialty synthetic fibers market is projected to reach about $14,240.
The production growth of synthetic fiber has been sluggish in the past several years.
With the regaining demand for textiles, the boom of China's synthetic fiber industry is mounting up.
The past five years saw no expansion of synthetic fiber industry in the country apparently because of weak demand for textiles in the country.
Spider dragline silk "exhibits a combination of strength and toughness unmatched by high-performance synthetic fibers," says David A.
The leading producers of synthetic fibers cite a climate of continually rising raw material costs and increasing demand for synthetic fiber as causes.
com/research/bba1d8/china_other_synthe) has announced the addition of the "China other synthetic fiber manufacturing industry, 2010" report to their offering.
Indonesian producers of synthetic fiber are ready to raise exports to Europe prompted by a recent decision of the European Union to lift a five-year anti dumping import duty on polyester staple fiber (PSF) from the country.
Patented is a heat-resistant synthetic fiber sheet comprising, as principal components, a plurality of staple fibers.

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