vinyon


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vinyon

[′vin‚yän]
(textiles)
Any manufactured fiber made of a long-chain synthetic polymer composed of at least 85% by weight of vinyl chloride units.
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Voorhees A, Jaretzkilii A, Blackemore A, "The use of tubes constructed from Vinyon N cloth in bridging arterial defects", Annals of Surgery, 135332-6, (1952)
Fibers: Rayon, vinyon, wood, sisal, ADACA, PET and other natural and synthetic fibers
Wacker Chemie GmbH Hanns-Seidel-Platz 4 D-8000 Munchen 83 Germany Telephone: 089-6279-1352 Fax: 089-6279-1772 Sales Manager: Roland Briese Plant: Burghausen, Germany Products: Binders, Emulsion Resins, Staple Vinyon Brand Names: Vinnapas and Vinnol dispersions
Davis Location Of Plants: Windsor Locks, CT; Chirnside, Scotland; Stalldalen, Sweden Manufacturing Processes: Wet Laid, Hydroentanglement Fibers: Rayon, Vinyon, Wood, Sisal, Hemp, PET and other natural and synthetic fibers Thickness: .
In staple fibers, polyester is expected to increase 6-10%, while polypropylene, nylon and vinyon will grow at a rate not exceeding 5%.