Product ñatalog

Crimped polyester fibre

Giving crease resistance, shape stability to textile materials, blending well with natural fibres, polyester fibres allow handling a problem of improvement of quality of various textile materials manufactured on their basis. In the range of products there are over 20 varieties of high-quality polyester fibres with linear density of 0,11 to 1,7 tex as tow and cut fibre, às well as fiber short cutting.

Polyester fibres are widely applied in the manufacture of cotton, flax, wool yarns and fabrics, nonwovens, warmth-keeping fabrics, floor covering, fur fabric, artificial leather and paper. Polyester fibres meet the highest requirements of dynamically developing textile industry.


Physical and mechanical properties

¹ Nominal linear density, tex Description Application Specific breaking load, mN/tex, not less than Elongation at break, %, not more than Number of crimps per 1 cm Linear shrinkage in boiling water, % not more than
1 0,11 dull for textile and non-woven materials 570 24 3,6-6,0 1,0
dope dyed black 510 27 3,0 – 6,0 1,0
dull, “swan’s down” type for textile materials, as filler 420 40 3,0 – 6,0 2,0
2 0,12 dull, “swan’s down” type for textile materials, as filler 420 40 3,0 – 6,0 2
dull for artificial leather, textile materials 420 40 3,0 – 6,0 8
dope dyed black 48 3,0 – 6,0 2,0
3 0,13 dull for textile and non-woven materials 570 24 3,0 – 6,0 1,0
dope dyed black 510 27 3,0 – 6,0 1,0
4 0,15 dull for textile and nonwoven materials 540 25 3,0 – 6,0 1,0
5 0,17 dull for synthetic paper 451 56 - 2,0
dull for textile and non-woven materials 490 35 3,0-6,0 1,0
dull, “swan’s down” type for textile materials, as filler 490 35 3,0-6,0 1,0
dope dyed black, “swan’s down” type 480 35 3,0-6,0 2,0
dope dyed black for textile materials 480 34 3,0-6,0 2,0
dull for processing in cotton and silk industries 490 33 3,0-6,0 1,0
6 0,22; 0,28 dull for textile and non-woven materials 400 48 3,0 – 6,0 1,0
dope dyed black 3,0-6,0 1,5
7 0,28; 0,33 dull, “swan’s down” type for textile materials, as filler 390 50 3,0 – 6,0 2,0
dope dyed black, “swan’s down” type 370 3,0-6,0
8 0,33; 0,44 dull for textile and non-woven materials 392 50 3,0 – 6,0 2,0
dope dyed black 373
9 0,33; 0,44 dull with increased elongation 400 50-70 2,0 – 6,0 5,0
dope dyed black with increased elongation
10 0,6 dull, “swan’s down” type for textile and non-woven materials, as filler 370 56 3,0-6,0 2,0
dope dyed black, “swan‘s down” type 350 60 3,0
11 0,6; 0,84 dull for nonwoven ma-terials 372 58 3,0-6,0 2,0
dope dyed black 333 60 3,0
12 1,2; 1,7 dull 294 70 3,0-6,0 3,0
dope dyed black 284 70 3,0
13 0,44 dull, round hollow cross section, with “slippery handle” for yarns, nonwo-ven materials, as filler 390 50 3,0-6,0 2,0
0,64 370 56 2,0
14 0,84 dull, round hollow cross section 370 56 3,0-6,0 2,0
15 1,7 294 70 2,0-5,0 3,0
16 0,6; 0,64; 0,68 dull, trilobal (delta) hol-low cross section 370 56 3,0-6,0 2,0
17 0,44; 0,64 dull, bicomponent fiber “core-sheath” type for thermobonded nonwoven materials 240 75 1,5-6,0 50

Certificate

Oeko-Tex Standart 100