Quick DetailsProduct Type: Other YarnMaterial: modacrylicYarn Type: staple yarnPattern: DyedTechnics: Ring SpunFeature: Anti-Bacteria, Flame RetardantUse: Knitting, WeavingTwist: 800Evenness: EvenYarn
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Product Type: Other Yarn
Yarn Type: staple yarn
Technics: Ring Spun
Feature: Anti-Bacteria, Flame Retardant
Use: Knitting, Weaving
Yarn Count: 28s/2
Strength: 280 N
Place of Origin: Shanghai, China (Mainland)
Brand Name: WOKI
Model Number: FRY1
modacrylic fiber: flame retardant
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Details:||ONE CONE IN ONE OPP BAG;AROUND 25KGS IN ONE CARTON:66*37*45CM.|
|Delivery Detail:||30 DAYS AFTER THE RECEIPT OF THE DEPOSIT PAYMENT|
Function:flame retardant and anti static
Usage:For flame retardant garments,flame retardant airline blankets and so on
Specification:28s/2,for woven and knitted.
Our modacrylic yarn is made from modacrylic flame retardant fiber,which is a kind of
modacrylic is a . Modacrylics are soft, strong, resilient, and dimensionally stable. They can be easily dyed, show good press and shape retention, and are quick to dry. They have outstanding resistance to chemicals and solvents, are not attacked by moths or mildew, and are nonallergenic. Among their uses are in apparel linings, furlike outerwear, paint-roller covers, scatter rugs, carpets, and work clothing and as hair in wigs.
Commercial production of modacrylic fiber began in 1949 by Union Carbide Corporation in the United States . Modacrylic and are similar in composition and at one time were in the same category. In 1960 the decided to separate the two fibers and establish a category for each.
The Federal Trade Commission defines modacrylic fibers as manufactured fibers in which the fiber-forming substance is any long-chain synthetic polymer composed of less than 85%, but at least 35% weight units except when the polymer qualifies as rubber.
Modacrylic fibers are modified acrylic fibers made from acrylonitriles, but larger amounts of other polymers are added to make the copolymers.
The modacrylic fibers are produced by polymerizing the components, dissolving the copolymer in , pumping the solution into the column of warm air (dry-spun), and stretching while hot.
Modacrylics are creamy or white and are produced in and staple form. If looked at in cross section views they have an irregular shape. Modacrylic fibers are also produced in many different lengths, crimp levels, and they can have various shrinkage potentials.
Current modacrylic fiber producers include in the U.S. and in Japan.
A modacrylic has properties that are similar to an acrylic. However, modacrylics are and do not combust. The fibers are difficult to ignite and will self-extinguish. In addition to a modacrylic's flame retardant properties it has a relatively high durability that is comparable to wool. Modacrylic fibers have a moderate resistance to abrasion and a very low tenacity.
Modacrylics are poor conductors of heat. The fabrics are soft, warm and resilient but are prone to and matting. Modacrylics display high performance when it comes to appearance retention. The fibers are quite resilient and will not wrinkle. They also have great dimensional stability and high elastic recovery, which gives them the ability to hold their shape.
Modacrylics are sensitive to loss of appearance due to improper care; therefore, it is important to know how to care for modacrylics. Modacrylics are resistant to acids, , and organic solvents. These fibers are also resistant to moths, and . Modacrylic fabrics can be machine washed using warm water and tumble dried on a low setting. Modacrylic pieces can also be dry-cleaned, however, they should not be steamed and should only be tumbled on cold. Some fabrics may also be cleaned using the (a special non immersion cleaning process). The fibers are heat sensitive and will shrink at 250 °F and will stiffen at temperatures over 300 °F.
Modacrylics are used primarily in applications where environmental resistance or flame retardancy is necessary or required. Modacrylics have the ability to combine flame retardancy with a relatively low density, meaning protective gear is not uncomfortably heavy (i.e. shirts and worn by electrical linemen). The combination of flame retardancy and low density is also useful in furnishings, draperies, and .
Modacrylics are also commonly used in fabrics, toupées, wigs and -type fabric. By mixing the various forms of fibers it is easy to create a realistic fur look. The fabrics can then be sheared or embossed to create a closer resemblance to fur. The heat-sensitivity of modacrylic also allows wigs and hairpiece to be curled and heat styled without damage.
Modacrylics are also used in fleece, knit-pile fabric backings, and nonwoven fabrics. Other uses of modacrylics include paint rollers, industrial fabrics, stuffed toys and filters.