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4324 results about "Polyethylene terephthalate glycol" patented technology

Polyethylene terephthalate is produced from ethylene glycol and dimethyl terephthalate(DMT) (C6H4(CO2CH3)2) or terephthalic acid. The former is a transesterification reaction, whereas the latter is an esterification reaction.

Figured sea-island super-fine fiber, and preparation method thereof and synthetic leather preparing process method using same

The invention relates to a figured sea-island super-fine fiber, and a preparation method and a synthetic leather preparing process method using the same, which belong to the technical field of leather and leather manufacture methods. The figured sea-island super-fine fiber is characterized in that the weight percentage ratio of island components of the fiber to sea components of the fiber is 50 percent to 80 percent/50 percent to 20 percent, wherein the island components are polyamide (PA) 6 or polyethylene terephthalate (PET), and the sea components are polyolefins or phospholamban (PLB) or polyvinyl alcohol (PVOH). The preparation method comprises the steps of slice drying and melting, composite spinning, oiling and falling into a barrel, drafting curling and drying cutting. The synthetic leather preparing method comprises the following steps that: 1. the components are sequentially prepared into a single-layer fiber net, a composite layer fiber net, needle-punched non-woven cloth and needle-punched non-weaving cloth; 2.soakage and coagulation are sequentially carried out on the non-weaving cloth, the non-weaving cloth is washed, so that a synthetic leather impregnated substrate is formed, repeated soaking squeezing, azeotropic distillation and drying are sequentially carried out, so the synthetic leather is obtained. The synthetic leather produced by the invention has the advantages of excellent mechanical performance, excellent dyeing performance, excellent dyefastness, better production controllability, economy and environment protection. Compared with natural leather and products of the natural leather, the synthetic leather has the advantages that use performance such as durability, weatherability, antibacterium mothproofing, dyefastness and the like of products is much superior to that of the natural leather and the products of the natural leather.

Ultraviolet curing paint and preparation method and application thereof

The invention discloses an ultraviolet (UV) curing paint and a preparation method and application thereof. The preparation method comprises the following steps: weighting modified SiO2 sol to place in a container, adding water-soluble UV-cured resin, solvent and additive in turn, stirring for 10min, then adding photoinitiator, and stirring for 5min to obtain the UV curing paint, wherein the contents of the water-soluble UV-cured resin, the solvent, the additive and the photoinitiator are 10-60%, 7-33%, 0.1% and 2% respectively. The UV curing paint prepared by the method of the invention has the advantages of inorganic materials such as high hardness, high wear resistance, scratch resistance and good thermal stability and also has the advantages of organic materials such as adhesivity and relative flexibility; and the UV curing paint is suitable to be used as the protective coatings on the surfaces of all kinds of optical plastic products such as polyester which contains polycarbonate, polymethylmethacrylate, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and the like. By adopting the UV curing paint of the invention, the defects of the existing UV curing paint in the aspects of hardness, wear resistance, scratch resistance and light transmittance, can be overcomed to a certain extent.

Method for fabricating composite pressure vessels

A process for fabricating a composite vessel includes the steps of: A) preforming (e.g., by winding fiber and at least one thermoplastic substance onto a thermoplastic liner) a thermoplastic shell which has at least one opening for access to the interior; B) extruding a circular cross section of a fluid parison of thermoplastic material (which preferably is chosen to have a melting point lower than that of the thermoplastic shell) into the interior of the thermoplastic shell through the opening; C) in a mold, applying at least one force (such as gas under pressure) which tends to urge the fluid parison toward the interior walls of the thermoplastic shell (which may be preheated prior to introduction into the mold) such that the fluid parison imparts heat to the thermoplastic shell; D) continuing step C) until the thermoplastic shell and the fluid parison consolidate to form a composite vessel; E) cooling the vessel until it is solidified; and F) removing the vessel from the mold. For some composite vessels, prior to step C), an insert may be introduced into the interior of the parison and positioned in alignment with the opening in the thermoplastic shell such that the insert is rendered integral with the composite vessel during step D). Suitable thermoplastic materials include polyethylene, polypropylene, polybutylene terephthalate and polyethylene terephthalate. The resulting composite vessel exhibits superior mechanical and aesthetic properties.
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