Acrilan


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Acrilan

(ˈækrɪˌlæn)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) trademark an acrylic fibre or fabric, characterized by strength, softness, and crease-resistance and used for clothing, upholstery, carpets, etc
2. (Textiles) trademark an acrylic fibre or fabric, characterized by strength, softness, and crease-resistance and used for clothing, upholstery, carpets, etc

Ac•ri•lan

(ˈæk rəˌlæn)
Trademark.
an acrylic fiber.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Acrilan - acrylic resin used to make a strong soft crease-resistant fabric (trade name Acrilan)Acrilan - acrylic resin used to make a strong soft crease-resistant fabric (trade name Acrilan)
acrylate resin, acrylic resin, acrylic - a glassy thermoplastic; can be cast and molded or used in coatings and adhesives
brand, brand name, marque, trade name - a name given to a product or service
Translations

Acrilan

® [ˈækrɪlæn] Nacrilán ® m

Acrilan®

nAcryl nt, → Akryl nt

Acrilan

® [ˈækrɪlæn] nfibra acrilica
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| HISTORY MAN: Gerald Stead, (far left) of Lindley, centenary president of the Huddersfield Textile Society and honorary life member, who has amassed a wealth of information about the society; Frederick Eastwood (left) president of the society on its re-emergence in 1903 and (above) society president Lloyd Dudley (right) talks to models at a fashion show presented on behalf of the society in 1960 to promote a crease-resistant material called Acrilan
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Acrylic fibers were developed in the 1950s, and Monsanto (today's Solutia) introduced Acrilan in 1952 , where it took over the market, displacing wool as the dominant face fiber for a time.