Metal fiber blended conductive yarn

Update:14 Jun 2019
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  The metal fiber blended conductive yarn is a con […]

 

The metal fiber blended conductive yarn is a conductive yarn prepared by blending metal short fibers with ordinary conventional fibers in a certain ratio, and is a conductive yarn having a non-uniform conductive component. It is based on ordinary conventional fibers and uses metal fibers as conductive components. The distribution of metal fibers in such yarns is generally uniform distribution from the longitudinal direction, and is randomly distributed in cross section, that is to say, it is impossible for metal fibers to completely reach a multi-phase uniform distribution state in the conductive yarns.

Metal fiber blended conductive yarn raw materials:

Metal fiber (MTF) is made of 316 molybdenum-containing stainless steel. Under normal temperature conditions, it can withstand a concentration of 15% to 85% of H2SO4, and also has good resistance to chemical attack such as chloride, strong acid and alkali. 6μm metal fiber is thinner than hair, soft like cotton, like silk hand, with fine and soft features. Very suitable for textile industrial production. At the same time, it is also suitable for blending with cotton, recycled fiber, synthetic fiber and functional fiber. It can manufacture different yarn counts. Its wide adaptability increases the variety of final products and the manufacture of functional fabrics.