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Structure of Polyamide
Polyamide (nylon) fibre, first introduced in 1939, provided high strength and abrasion resistance, good elasticity and uniformity as well as resistance to moisture. Its excellent energy absorbing properties proved invaluable in a range of end-uses from climbing ropes to parachute fabrics and spinnaker sails. Polyamide reinforced tyres are still used much more extensively in developing countries where the quality of road surfaces has traditionally been poor as well as in the emerging market for off-road vehicles worldwide. This contrasts to Western Europe where average road speeds are much greater and the heat-resistant properties of viscose are still valued. 

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