Polyester yarns

Textured yarns

Application: Production of various textiles: lining, apparel textiles, furniture fabrics, jacquard fabrics, fabrics for automotive industry, gobelins, technical fabrics, awning fabrics, stockinet cloths, hosiery, fabrics for haberdashery: hangings and laces, gloves, carpets, ropes, tapes, basis for artificial fur, needlepunched materials and so on.
Packing: in carton boxes (760x380x304 mm), 8 bobbins per box.

Raw-white untwisted: tex 5,5 f 32, 7,6 f 32, 8,3 f32, 9,2 f 32, 12 f 32, 16 f 48, 16,7 f48, 18,5 f 48
Raw-white air-entangled: tex 9,2 f 32, 12 f 32, 16 f 48, 16,7 f48, 18,4 f64, 18,5 f 48, 22,2 f 64, 24,5 f 64, 33,4 f 96, 37,2 f 96
Raw-white twisted: tex 25 f 64, 33,4 f 96, 37,5 f 96
Dyed untwisted: tex 8,5 f 32, 9,3 f 32, 12,5 f 32, 16,3 f 48, 17 f 48, 18,8 f 48
Dyed air-entangled: tex15,5 f 64, 19 f 48, 25,4 f 64, 38,5 f 96
Dyed twisted: tex25,4 f 64, 38,2 f 96
For carpets and textile haberdashery raw white: 18,5 tex, 34 tex, 37,0 f 96 è f 128, 36 tex, 48,7 tex, 25 f 64, 27 f 96, 37 f 96, 48 f 144
For carpets and textile haberdashery dyed: 18,8 tex f 64, 25,4 tex f 64, 37 tex f 96, 38,2 tex, 48,7 tex

Physical properties

Qualitative cgaracteristics* Raw white Air-entangled
TP RB 400031289.190-2003
Dyed For carpets and textile haberdashery
Untwisted Twisted Raw white Dyed Untwisted and Twisted Raw white and Dyed
Unit breaking load, mN/tex, min 290 290 280 280 290 280
Elongation at break, % 24 +5 25 + 5 24 + 4 24 + 5 25+5 24+5
Variation coefficient in elongation at break, %, max 12 13 13 13 13
Deviation of actual linear density from nominal one, %, max 2 2,5 2,5 2,5 2
-3
2,5
Variation coefficient in linear density, %, max 2,5 2,5
Degree of crimp
–          for 12 tex
–          for 9,2 tex
16+3
26+3
20+3
14+3 3,5-7,5
Crimp stability, % min 65 63 55
Number of knots per 1 m, min 100 100
Oil content, % 0,8-3,8 0,8-3,8 0,7-4 0,7-4 0,8-3,8 04-sty
Number of twists per 1 m 65+10; 120+10 60+10, 120+10 65+10; 40+10
Linear shrinkage,  % 6 6 6
Bobbin weight, g
for  tex 9,3 12,5  and 38,2
for tex 18,8 and 25,4
2800+200

2500+200
2200+200 (120 TPM)
2500+200

2400+200

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2300+200
2400+200
2500+300

Characteristics are indicated: for raw white yarn — grade “A”, for dyed yarns – grade “B”.
Polyester yarns are produced on cross-wound polypropylene cylindrical tubes.