Yarns

A long continuous length of interlocking fibres is known as yarn, and it can be used to make rope, sewing, crocheting, knitting, and other textiles. All available yarns from SageZander

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Nylon yarns, polyester yarns, and more! Learn about the yarns used to make luxurious carpets

If you can think of a yarn, there is a good chance that it has been used in a carpet. While the vast majority of modern carpets are made from synthetic materials like nylon yarns, natural fibres remain an option for carpets. Indeed, natural fibres are again becoming increasingly common for their environmental and physical …

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Kevlar Consumer Goods

Kevlar is a para-aramid that is known the world over for its use in bullet and stab-resistant vests. In addition to this well-known use, Kevlar is used in many applications, including household ones. Here are some common ways that Kevlar are used in more common consumer applications. Electronics Kevlar is sometimes used as a component …

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High Performance Specialty Sewing Threads

Specialty sewing threads exist in a number of materials, including meta-aramids, para-aramids, steel, and Vectran. Types of Specialty Sewing Threads: Aramid Sewing Thread: Para-aramid sewing thread: Para-aramid sewing threads have significant temperature resistance benefits over sewing threads made from traditional materials like cotton, wool, polyester, or nylon. At the same time, para-aramids can provide significantly …

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Carbon Fibre in Space

Carbon fibre composites are used in many ways in spacecraft; they are used on launch vehicles, Martian probes, satellites, and re-entry vehicles. Rockets themselves are incredibly sensitive to weight; consider that 94 tonnes of propellant are required in a SpaceX rocket to lift 22 tonnes to low Earth orbit, or to send just 4 tonnes …

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