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۱The Effect of Fluorochemical and Nanoparticles on oil and Water Repellency finishes of Automotive Seat Cover Polyester Fabric
اطلاعات انتشار: چهارمین کنگره بین المللی پوشش های حمل و نقل، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۴
Polyester fabric is commonly used in textile industry and repellent finishes of polyester fabric are interesting in these decades to improve their performance in technical applications. In order to create durable repellency properties on the polyester fabric, fluorochemical finishes have become the most important material in water and oil repellency finishes on clothes, upholstery, industrial and household fabrics. In this work, production of oil and water repellent seat cover polyester fabric was the goal. In order to create low surface energy a layer of fluorochemical was coated on the surface. Nano–silica and nano–titanium dioxide were used to produce roughness and the performance of them was studied. The results were evaluated by using different test methods including the 3M water\oil repellency test, FTIR spectra and contact angle. The results indicated that the concentration of 60 g\L of fluoroalkylacrylate and 140 ◦C as curing temperature were optimum values for the experiment.<\div>

۲Production of Liquid Repellent Automotive Seat Cover Polyester Fabric
اطلاعات انتشار: کنفرانس بین المللی مهندسی، هنر و محیط زیست، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۹
Polyester fabric is commonly used in different industries including automotive industry as a seat cover. In order to create liquid repellency properties on the polyester seat cover fabric, different chemicals can be used. In this work, oil and water repellent seat cover polyester fabric was produced by using fluorochemicaland Sio2 nanoparticles. The optimum value of fluorochemical was investigated and the result indicated that the concentration of 60 g\L of fluorochemical can be used as optimum value for the experiment. The performance of repellent finisheswas evaluated by using different methods including the 3M water\oil repellency test, contact angle, bending length,abrasion fastness, FTIR spectra and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM). Results of the treated fabric tests have shown lower surface energy and great repellency in comparison with untreated fabric. Water repellency of abraded samples was shown that liquid repellency of these treated fabrics significantly influenced by abrasion<\div>
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