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A Study on Processes and Performance Evaluation for IR Camouflage Printed Selectively Permeable Membrane Fabrics

  • Textile Coloration and Finishing
  • Abbr : Text. Color. and Finish.
  • 2014, 26(1), pp.13-21
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Dyers And Finishers
  • Research Area : Engineering > Fiber Engineering > Dyeing Engineering

정용균 1 Kolon Fashion Material 2 강재성 3 서현관 3 박현배 4

1코오롱패션머티리얼(주) Fabric연구팀
2코오롱패션머티리얼(주)
3삼양화학공업(주)
4국방과학연구소

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ABSTRACT

The object of this research is to perform the basic research for the development of selectively permeable membrane fabrics which is suitable for korean military in sense of embattlement. As a key factor of selectively permeable membrane fabrics which is suitable for korean military, this study selected the best PVA thickness and membrane selection for DMMP protection, pre-treatment method for conformational stability of face fabric and water/oil repellent process condition. Especially as the PVA coating thickness of the fabrics increase, peneration of DMMP decrease including water vapor permeation is lower. This study shows how physical features and permeability of chemical agents can be influenced by pre-treatment methods, the selection of selectively permeable membrane, the thickness of PVA etc. Results showed that outer shell / PVA / e-PTFE materials possessed performance with superior water vapor permeation (Over 3,000 g/m2/day) and protective capability against DMMP vapor (0.6 ㎍/㎠ · 16hr).

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