Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant

Tver, Russia

Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant

Tver, Russia
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Chudinskaya T.A.,Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant | Nikiforova I.V.,Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant | Smirnova G.A.,Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant | Molchanova R.A.,Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant | Samsonova T.I.,Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant
Fibre Chemistry | Year: 2011

This paper is devoted to a major area of concern and an approach for hygiene and toxicology studies allowing us to estimate the potential risk to workers from chemicals and to recommend protective measures aimed at preservation of health. We present tentative safe exposure levels in atmospheric air and maximum permissible concentrations in the workplace for a number of chemicals, obtained as a result of toxicology animal studies. We demonstrate the capabilities of a method for rapid assessment in vitro of the general acute toxicity on the AT-05 image analyzer. © 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.


Andronova A.P.,Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant | Popryadukhina S.I.,Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant | Egorov I.A.,Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant | Aleshicheva N.B.,Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant
Fibre Chemistry | Year: 2011

As we know, finished polyester fibers are very difficult to dye, especially at low temperature (including room temperature). An exception is processes for dying undrawn fibers. We have studied use of the crazing method to dye polyester fibers at low temperatures with water-soluble dyes not having an affinity for polyethylene terephthalate. We have studied the effect on sorption of cationic dyes from the composition, concentration, and temperature of the adsorption-active medium, and the dye concentration in the dye bath. The results of the study are the basis for developing a production process for obtaining colored special-purpose polyester fibers. © 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.


Idiatulov R.K.,Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant | Nekrasov Y.P.,Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant | Genis A.V.,Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant | Samsonova T.I.,Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Fibers with Experimental Plant | And 3 more authors.
Fibre Chemistry | Year: 2011

We have studied the effect of elastomer additives on the properties of spin dopes for obtaining filled fiber materials by aerodynamic spinning from polymer solutions. We have obtained laboratory samples of materials with different polyurethane content. We have analyzed the results of physicomechanical, sorption, and physical tests of these materials. We show that modification of filled fiber materials by introducing elastomeric additives has only an insignificant negative impact on the sorption properties and markedly improves their physicomechanical characteristics. © 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.

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