Kuralon K-II – the high-quality PVOH fibre invented by Kuraray
KURALON K-Ⅱ is a new type of synthetic fibre made of polyvinyl alcohol (PVOH) based on a new spinning process developed by Kuraray. KURALON K-Ⅱ is available in an insoluble type and a water soluble type. It has a high strength, low elongation, alkali resistance, and is used as a special cement reinforcing agent, as a reinforcing material in the spinning of natural fibres, and in water soluble non-woven fabrics.
- High tenacity
- Low elongation
- High modulus
- Good adhesive properties with rubber, cement, plastics and other materials (insoluble type)
- Strong alkali resistance (both types)