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Partially Oriented Yarn

Partially Oriented Yarn is a type of synthetic yarn that is created by spinning polyester or nylon polymer chips. This refers to the fact that during the spinning process, the filaments are only partially stretched. This means that it has a low level of crystallinity and is weaker than fully oriented yarn.


Polypropylene Texturised Multi Filaments Yarn

Polypropylene Texturised Multi Filaments Yarn is widely used in a variety of applications, including the production of carpets, rugs, upholstery, geotextiles, and other technical textiles. This has distinct properties such as lightweight, strength, and durability as a result of this. It can also be blended with other fibers to produce yarn blends.

Jumbo Bags

Jumbo Bags are large industrial containers used for bulk material transport and storage. They are typically made of woven polypropylene fabric, which is strong, long-lasting, and resistant to moisture, punctures, and tearing. Depending on the intended use, they come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and types.


Fully Drawn Yarn

Fully Drawn Yarn is a type of synthetic yarn made from polyester. FDY is created by melting and extruding polymer chips through a spinneret to form continuous filaments. The filaments are then rapidly cooled before being stretched or drawn to orient the polymer molecules and increase the yarn's strength.


Rope is a flexible and strong material made by twisting or braiding together multiple strands or fibres of materials such as natural or synthetic fibres. It is used for a variety of tasks such as lifting, hauling, towing, mooring, and climbing. This has traditionally been made from natural fibres.

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