A type of acrylic, functions at higher temperatures
Good resistance to most mineral and organic acids.
Acrylic resistance to alkalis is inferior to most fibers except natural protein fibers such as silk and wool.
Acrylic has good resistance to most oxidizing agents and is superior to polyamides and protein fibers in this respect.
Excellent resistance to most common organic solvents.
High resistance to hydrolysis and good temperature resistance.
Not recommend for high concentration of strong alkalis at high temperatures.
Acrylic is more costly than polyester and polypropylene.
Continuous operating temperature 260℉ (127°C)
Paper, Pulp & Woodworking
Cement, Mining & Rock Products
Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals
Metals & Foundry
Food & Beverages
Custom OEM Applications
Most popular applications include: dryers, electric furnace, aluminum reduction and primary or secondary smelting.