When the polyester POY is twisted and stretched at the […]
When the polyester POY is twisted and stretched at the same time, the drawn yarn is obtained. DTY yarn is mainly used for making clothes, home decorations, seat covers, bags and many other uses of fabric weaving. DTY Polyester can be semi-matte or bright or trilobal fibers, depending on the type of filament part.
The technical performance of the DTY yarn can be shaped in several ways, making the yarn suitable for a wide range of applications. A different heating technique can be used to make a specific combination of yarns - a heater DTY is usually wool and more stretchable than a DTY with 2 heaters. In addition, DTY yarns can be made by a combination of several mixing points - it can be a mixture of 0 to 10 knots or non-blended or having a blend of 40 to 50 knots or a high blend of 100 to 120 knots, Meter. When the two lines are broken, these knots are not actually knotted, but are entangled by the heating pressure. These Intermingle yarns are also called interlaced yarns and are a substitute for light twist yarns. Polyester DTY yarns can also be twisted to 1500TTP or 4000TPM for high twist. This twisted yarn can also be thermoformed so that the yarn is permanently heat set. Catonic DTY is another variant of polyester DTY, mainly used for blankets.
Polyester DTY yarns can also be obtained by dyeing techniques or by conventional dyeing. The dyed DTY is usually packaged on a paper tube while the original white DTY for dyeing is loosely packed on a perforated plastic tube so that all the yarn can be easily dyed when the bobbin is immersed in the color. DTY is mainly produced in China, India, Taiwan, Indonesia and Malaysia, and is exported worldwide.