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FIBERS

Polyester staple fiber is one of the most popular fiber developed in the last century. It is formed by chemical reaction of Purified Terephthalic Acid (PTA) and Mono-Ethylene Glycol MEG) through the processes of polymerization/spinning and extruding it through spinnerettes and later drawing and cutting to the specified length.It is mainly used in Spun yarn, non-woven fabrics and other industrial applications.



PRODUCTS

  • POLYESTER STAPLE FIBER
  • ACRYLIC FIBER
  • POLYPROPLENE FIBER


    Business Segments
    1. High loft and nonwovens
    2. Apparel and home fashions
    3. Floor coverings
    4. Automotive
    5. Filtration

    End Uses of Textile Staple
    1. Sheets and comforters
    2. Pillows
    3. Draperies and upholstery
    4. Sleeping bags and outdoor gear
    5. Automotive fabrics
    6. Carpet and rugs
    7. Apparel
    8. Absorbent materials
    9. Medical and protective fabrics
    10. Filters
    11. Interliners
    12. Packaging

    Polyester Fiber Characteristics
    1. Strong
    2. Resistant to stretching and shrinking
    3. Resistant to most chemicals
    4. Quick drying
    5. Crisp and resilient when wet or dry
    6. Wrinkle resistant
    7. Mildew resistant
    8. Abrasion resistant
    9. Retains heat-set pleats and crease
    10. Easily washe