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UV-resistance UHMWPE Fiber for ropes

uhmwpe fiber, Specification:200D-1600D, Density:0.97g/cm3, Tenacity:30g/D-38g/D - more info check here: http://www.textile-product.com/UV-resistance-UHMWPE-Fiber-for-ropes-30174118/

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Material: UHMWPE Fiber Feature: Bullet-Proof, Anti-Incision, Light Wei... Tenacity: 30-38 g/d Density: 0.97g/m3 Fineness: 30d Place of Origin: China (Mainland) Brand Name: Yoonet Specification: 200D-1600D Fineness: 200D-1600D Material: 100% UHMWPE

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uhmwpe fiber




Business Terms:

Port: shanghai

Minimum Order Quantity: 10 Kilogram/Kilograms

Supply Ability: 100 Ton/Tons per Year

Payment Terms: L/C,T/T

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Product Packagings & Delivery Terms:

Packaging Detail: Carton box,or customerized

Delivery Detail: accordding to order quantity

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uhmwpe fiber

UHMWPE fiber also known as high modulus polyethylene (HMPE) or High performance polyethylene (HPPE) is a thermoplastic which has extremely long chains and

high molecular weight, resulting in a very tough material, with the highest

impact strength of any thermoplastic presently made. It is highly

resistant to corrosive chemicals, extremely low moisture

absorption, extremely low coefficient of frication,

self lubricating and highly resistant to abrasion,

and has much longer usage lifecycle.

Its coefficient of friction is significantly

lower than that of nylon and acetal,

and is comparable to teflon,

but UHMWPE has better abrasion resistance than teflon. It is odorless, tasteless, and nontoxic. This gives a strength/weight ratio as much as 15 times stronger than steel and up to 40% stronger than Aramid fiber.


Tenacity:≥38g/D ~~~30g/D
Monofilament Density:3~~5D




High-strength high modulus polyethylene fiber used in fishing line, high-strength lines

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