multifilament


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multifilament

[¦məl·tə′fil·ə·mənt]
(textiles)
A yarn made of two or more monofilaments, natural or synthetic.
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Sutura glycolic acid copolymer and lactic acid, one strand multifilament interlaced color purple, sliver absorbable gauge scale measurement by usp 20.
The purpose of this research is to use low viscosity Ultramid B24 N polymer and produce high-performance (high tenacity) nylon-6 multifilament yarn using hIB process.
Oversize, Longbody, Power Ring and Extender technologies, the first multifilament string, the first "Natural Foot Shape" court shoes and EXO3 and ESP technology, are a few of the contributions Prince has made to racquet sports.
Alyaf also manufactures a range of woven geotextiles marketed as ALFWEAVE, which is manufactured from high tenacity, high molecular weight and polyester multifilament yarn.
Attendees will gain insight into the selection of appropriate fiber color ways and size choices to meet the requirements of the device's application and achieve a better understanding of suture design considerations, including the characteristics of monofilament and multifilament materials, and braided and coreless suture configurations.
Its ability to disperse thoroughly and uniformly throughout the polymer reportedly makes it suitable for mono--and multifilament extrusion.
Through this process, monofilament, multifilament and fine denier fibers are manufactured to customers' precise specifications from a range of biocompatible, non-resorbable or bioresorbable polymers with tailored physical properties.
The opening on the urethra was closed with 4/0 multifilament absorbable sutures over a 16-Fr transurethral catheter.
The products are used as feedstock in the production of plastic film, injection moulding, sheet thermoforming, yarn and n fiber multifilament.
2]; textured multifilament yarns in both warp and weft.
7 m wide at the headrope with 38-mm stretched nylon multifilament mesh.