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PE - reinforced Polyester - Spunbond

Details

Polyester is a fibrous material produced using the melt spinning process
Polyester fibres can be produced in any cross-section, ranging from round, oval or angular hollow fibres right through to micro-fibres.
Resistant to climatic influences, (light-resistant and weatherproof)
Good mechanical characteristics such as elasticity, dimensional stability, dry and wet strength and abrasion resistance
Low moisture absorption
Good resistance to acids and solvents
Recycling: Mainly thermal
Weight
DIN EN
29073-1
Thickness
DIN ISO
9073-2
Max. tensile strength dry
DIN EN 29073-3
N / 5 cm
Max. tensile strength wet
DIN EN 29073-3
N / 5 cm
Elongation dry
DIN EN 29073-3
%
(g/m²) (mm) length across length across length across
20 0,14 65 35 60 35 20 23
25 0,15 85 45 85 45 20 25
40 0,20 140 80 140 80 24 30
60 0,25 200 120 200 100 20 25
70 0,27 260 120 225 100 20 25
Setpoint values stated are average values subject to variations in the production process for nonwovens.

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Weight in SBF-PE 20|20 g/m² SBF-PE 25|25 g/m² SBF-PE 40|40 g/m² SBF-PE 60|60 g/m² SBF-PE 70|70 g/m²
Roll width in 250|250 mm 380|380 mm 390|390 mm 400|400 mm 450|450 mm 480|480 mm 500|500 mm 540|540 mm 550|550 mm 700|700 mm 710|710 mm 720|720 mm 750|750 mm 765|765 mm 800|800 mm 810|810 mm 1000|1000 mm 1020|1020 mm 1030|1030 mm 1200|1200 mm 2000|2000 mm
Roll length in 50|50 m 100|100 m 150|150 m 200|200 m 250|250 m 300|300 m

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