Polyester fibers


Polyester Staple Fiber (PSF) has become the fastest-growing fiber amongst all types of manufactured fibers. Virgin Polyesters are made by polymerization of Purified Terephthalic Acid (PTA) and Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG) and recycled polyester staple fiber is a synthetic manmade fiber made from PET/Polyester waste and post consumed PET bottles. 

Polyester staple fiber is highly versatile and is used in many applications such as in nonwovens, furniture, spinning and bedding industrie

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    Solid Fiber

    Our solid fibers possess good carding properties and bond excellent with low melt fibers

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    Hollow Fiber

    Hollow fibers are extensively used in many industries for stuffing. It traps the air and it gives the needed volume.

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    Low Melt Fiber

    Produced by mixing regular and modified polyester, low melt fiber is melted at lower temperature and bonded with other solid polyester which strengthens the new mixed fiber

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    High Void Hollow Fiber
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    Black fibers
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    Spunlace Fiber

    Fibers used for carded spunlace, they provide integrity, opacity, softness, fluid retention and release. Used mainly for wet-wipes and all kinds of hygienic products

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    Researchers have discovered an antibacterial polymer that can be used in everyday products such as sportswear, pillows, duvets, without causing resistant bacteria.

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    Flame Retardant

    Fibers with added phosphorus. Intended for fire prevention and low flammability. These fibers possess higher LOI (limiting oxygen index) making them perfect for aviation industries, railways, etc.

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    Short cut fiber

    Non-crimped polyester fiber

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