Technora® fiber was first made commercially available in 1987.
Technora® fiber is an aromatic copolyamide that has a highly oriented molecular structure, consisting of both para and meta linkages. Technora fiber is produced by condensation polymerization of different copolymers, yielding a high modulus, low creep, and thermally stable fiber.
Common Types & Deniers
T-200 Rubber Reinforcement
T221, T220N Rope, Cable, Cord
T-240 Fabrics, Composites
Deniers: 200, 400, 720, 1000, 1500
Technora® is a trademark of Teijin Kabushiki Kaisha.
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|Breaking Tenacity (g/d)||28.0|
|Specific Gravity (ratio)||1.39|
|Elongation at Break (%)||4.6|
|Tensile Modulus (g/d)||590|
|Equilibrium Moisture Regain at 55% RH (%)||2.0|
|Creep at 40 - 48% ult tensile strength (%)||<1.5|
|Shrinkage dry air 177 ̊ 30 mins (%)||<0.1|
|Decomposition Temp ( ̊C)||500|
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