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Key Characteristics of the Polyester Filament Yarn

What is Polyester Filament Yarn (PFY)? Polyester is a synthetic material belonging to the class of polymers. This material mainly contains Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) and is produced using PTA and MEG, which are spun directly.  PFY are both monofilaments and multifilaments. Single polyester filaments are grouped together and then twisted or air-tangled to make them functional. A monofilament yarn is…

Twisted Yarns – Importance & Benefits

  What are twisted yarns? Twisted yarns, also known as mock twist yarns or double yarns, are multiple strands twisted together from their axis to form a single thread. These threads have greater strength that depends upon the number of twists applied to the yarn. Typically, the more twists, the stronger the threads become. Moreover, the number of twists determines…

Everything You Should Know about Bonded Threads

What are bonded threads? Typically used by sewing thread manufacturers, bonded threads are continuous filaments with high tenacity. A resin coating is applied to single-ply threads to deter any untwisting during the sewing process. Furthermore, these UV-stable threads are two, three or four-ply materials coated with resin or polyester to keep the threads together during the loop creation. Being slightly…

Industrial Yarn and Its Joining Methods – A Complete Guide

Industrial yarns are spun from interlocked fibres (synthesized or natural) and are used in a plethora of industries such as automobile, textile, healthcare, sports and more. Synthetic yarns typically use materials like polyester to serve various industrial applications, including converter belts, car seat belts, coated fabrics, hose pipes and so on. Industrial yarns are also used in making fabrics for…

Use of BCF Yarn in Modern Day Application

The global textile yarn industry is expected to reach USD 16.0 billion in 2026 and grow at a CAGR of 4.0% between 2020 and 2026. This shows that yarn production is expected to increase and produce more quality and durable yarns. The yarn industry is increasingly using new products with more variety in terms of colours, textures and patterns, which…

What Type of Yarn Is the Softest?

From the comforts on your body to the comforts in your house—everything depends on your yarn manufacturers and the types of yarns they use. The yarn significantly impacts the experience of the end-user. Plus, when it comes to a soft yarn, you need to ensure that users experience unmatched softness, comfort and durability. Soft yarn uplifts the look and feel…

Advantages of Synthetic Yarn Over Natural Yarn

In today’s time, industries across all sectors are aiming to produce products that develop trust, loyalty and brand association, and synthetic yarn enables them to achieve this. Synthetic yarn is the mixture of multiple yarns and materials, which multiplies the fabric’s strength, durability and reliability compared to natural yarn. It is done to fulfil the specific requirements of industries, which…

Features and Uses of Dyed Yarn

The process of production of yarn has changed significantly due to the integration of sharp technologies. The transition led to providing not only a product but an experience, feel and connection to the consumer. Technologies enabled manufacturers to produce final products with exceptional features and provide consumers with quality, effectiveness and reliability. AYM Syntex, the leading yarn manufacturer, created a…

Difference Between Polyester Yarn and Nylon Yarn

Polyester and nylon yarn are used across industries. Both are known for their resistance properties, strength and longevity. However, nylon is comparatively more expensive to manufacture than polyester, yet polyester is more flexible in catering to the specific needs of industries than nylon. The polyester yarn strength is perfect for industrial sectors such as automobiles, interior, transportation, construction and others,…

Packaged Dyed vs Solution Dyed Yarns – Choosing the Right Kind of Yarn

The type of yarn plays a crucial role in defining the brand and becomes a deciding factor for product identification and differentiation. Most brands choose primary colours to represent their brand and develop brand association among their consumers. However, the quality of dyed yarns highly depends on the process and determines the longevity, durability and reliability of the final product….

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