polyolefin fiber

polyolefin fiber

[¦päl·ē′ōl·ə·fən ′fī·bər]
(materials)
Continuous-strand fiber made from a polyolefin.
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Among its new products is UltraBond, a unique polyolefin fiber enabling an"industry-first"in cost-effective and more sustainable production of fully-recyclable needlepunch carpets meeting current performance requirements.
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Patented is a highly oriented polyolefin fiber containing polyolefin with an intrinsic viscosity (in decalin at 135[degrees]C.) of at least 5 dl/g.
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