Heat-resistant and solvent-resistant applications
@oor (Poly Phenylene Sulfide)
  E Superior heat resistance allows use at up to around 200°C, with some variation due to conditions etc.
E Chemical resistance allows use with most solvents at up to 200°C.
E Fire retardant, with superior fire resistance
E Corresponding wire diameter: From Φ0.15

@oeA (fluoropolymer)
  E Superior heat resistance allows use at up to around 260°C, with some variation due to conditions etc.
E Superior chemical resistance allows use with most solvents.
E Slipperiness (detachability) and non-adhesion are also superior.
E Corresponding wire diameter: φ0.1, 0.15, 0.3

@Conex (meta-aramid resin)
  E Superior heat resistance allows dry use at up to around 200°C, with some variation due to conditions etc. No bonding due to frictional heat
E Chemical resistance is stable against alkalis and weak acids
E Superior rigidity maintains excellent fiber stiffness and reactivity up to high temperature ranges.
E Can handle use with abrasive particles

Electrically conductive fibers
@Thunderon (Nihon Sanmo)
  E

An organic conductive fiber with copper sulfate chemically bonded to acrylic fibers
E  Specific resistance (according to manufacturer labeling): 10-0 to 10-1 Ωcm (10-1 is 10 to the power 1)

@Monoeight(Toray)
  E

A fiber with added carbon black, as a conductive material based on nylon 66
E Volume-specific resistance value (according to manufacturer labeling): 10-3 to 10-5 Ωcm (10-5 is 10 to the power 5)
E Corresponding wire diameter: From Φ0.1

@Ele-bye
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A fiber with a uniform coating of Ele-bye emulsion on the surface of nylon
E Electrical resistance value (according to manufacturer labeling):
0.2 5x105 to 3x106 -cm
0.3 3x103 to 7x103 -cm
E Corresponding wire diameter: φ0.2, 0.3, etc.
   


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