Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 24, Issue 5, pp 414–415 | Cite as

Processing a mixture of short-cut SVM and Kapron fibres into plastics by injection molding

  • S. V. Kotomin
  • P. I. Bashtanik
  • O. A. Karminskii
  • V. G. Ovcharenko
  • P. P. Romanov
  • A. V. Tokarev
Physicomechanical Properties And Application Of Man-Made Fibres
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Conclusions

-- The possibility has been demonstrated of processing a mixture of short-cut Kapron fibres and SVM fibres into plastics by extrusion and injection molding. Preliminary mixing of the reinforcing filler with the matrix fibres at the stage of cutting makes it possible to ensure a stable ratio of the components and to eliminate the need for using metering devices in introducing the filler into the melt.

-- The plastics obtained have high physico-mechanical and antifrictional properties and can be used as constructional materials.

Keywords

Polymer Kapron Injection Molding Matrix Fibre Stable Ratio 

References

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    S. V. Kotomin, O. A. Karminskii, A. V. Tokarev, and G. I. Kudryavtsev, Man-Made Fibres and Materials Based on Them [in Russian]. Summaries of Scientific-Technical Conference, Leningrad (1990), pp. 100–101.Google Scholar
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    S. V. Kotomin and I. V. Zhmaeva, Thermoplastics Reinforced with Organic Fibres. Review of Information. Ser. “Promst' Khim. Volokon” [in Russian], NIITÉKhIM, Moscow (1987).Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • S. V. Kotomin
  • P. I. Bashtanik
  • O. A. Karminskii
  • V. G. Ovcharenko
  • P. P. Romanov
  • A. V. Tokarev

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