Dip on Fibers Elastomer Coating on Fibers
10 Dec 2014

For special fiber applications, an elastomer coating, so-called dip, is necessary to improve the fiber’s properties such as wind stopping, water repellent, and reinforcement. Such additional properties also qualify the fibers for technical use, for example, for clothing and for rubber products like car tires or conveyor belts. Learn how, using the minispec, the dip amount on fibers can be quickly and accurately analyzed in a one-step measurement.

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