Polyester Staple Fiber (PSF)

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.

Solid Fiber

Solid Fibers are used in the Automotive and Hygienic industries, Carpets and Wadding production, Filtration industries and Geotextiles. They can be found in the Home textile products as well.

Hollow Fiber

Hollow Polyester staple fiber gives good resilience properties and is used mainly in the Bedding, Furniture and Home Textile industries.

LM – Bi-component Fibers

The Low Melt Fiber is a solid fiber that can be mixed with regular fibers and due to its specific properties – they can be melted at a lower temperature (110 to 180°C), making it possible to be bonded with other fibers, forming an elastomer that can be used in various areas – from automotive, to hygienic, filtration and home textile.