Tork Polishing Cloth
Viscose fibers are produced from cellulose pulp. Cellulose is dissolved in alkaline solution by a chemical reaction with carbon disulphide and then spun to fibers in an acid spinning bath. The fibers are washed, dried and cut to intended fiber length.
Polyester fiber is produced from terephthalic acid and ethylene glycol, which react through condensation to polyester resin. The molten resin is spun to fibers through spinnerets and cooled with air. The fibers are then cut to intended fiber length.
This product is not approved for the EU Ecolabel.
Fulfilment of Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive (94/62/EC): Yes
Article creation date and latest article revision
Date of issue: 2017-11-15
Revision date: 2018-04-14
This product is produced at SUAMEER mill, NL and certified according to ISO 14001 (Environmental management systems), and ISO 9001.
This product is mainly used for industrial processes. When used in industrial processes the product might through use be contaminated with different substances. This will determine how the used product will be handled/disposed of/destructed. The product itself is suitable for incineration. If used in industrial processes contact local authorities before destruction.
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