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Published by: Jamil Shahriar on Jul 30, 2013
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All of these methods include the initial step of reacting monomers to produce a prepolymer. It is strong. Spandex fibers are produced in four different ways: melt extrusion.Spandex or elastane is a synthetic fiber known for its exceptional elasticity. natural latex. but less durable than its major non-synthetic competitor. reaction spinning. and solution wet spinning. solution dry spinning. .

aerobic. and exercise apparel o Belts o Competitive swimwear o Cycling jerseys and shorts o Dance belts worn by male ballet dancers and others o Gloves o Hosiery .Apparel and clothing articles where stretch is desired. athletic. such as: o Activewear . generally for comfort and fit.

Polyester : A polyester. This polyester. known as polyethylene terephthalate (PET) has become by far the world's major man-made fiber. according to BISFA. . The first polyester was made in the UK in 1941. is "a fiber composed of linear macromolecules having a chain at least 85% by mass of a diol and terephthalic acid". Other polyesters such as polybutylene terephthalate (PBT) and polytrimethylene terephthalate (PTT) are made but in much smaller quantities.

which is present in all plants. . By far the most common cellulosic fiber is viscose fiber. was produced. Viscose is defined by BISFA as being "a cellulose fiber obtained by the viscose process". viscose. Although several cellulosic fibers had been made experimentally during the 19th century. It is known as rayon fiber in the USA. Mostly cellulose from wood is used to produce the fibers but sometimes cellulose from short cotton fibers.There are several fibers made from the naturally occurring polymer cellulose. it was not until 1905 that what has become the most popular cellulosic fiber. called linters. is the source.

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