What is FDY?
Polyester FDY is the abbreviation for Polyester Fully Drawn Yarn. It is also know as Polyester Filament Yarn (PFY) or Spin Draw Yarn (SDY). FDY is mainly used as weft or weaves in making fabrics. FDY can be knitted or woven with any other filament yarn to get fabric of various different varieties.
What is pre-oriented yarn?
It is also known as Polyester Pre-Oriented Yarn. It is the first form of yarn made directly from PTA & MEG or by spinning Polyester PET Chips. POY is mainly used in texturizing to make textured yarn, also known as Polyester Drawn Textured Yarn (DTY).
What is POY and FDY?
POY is generally used to make textured yarn that can be also used in draw warping for weaving and warp knitting of fabrics. What is Fully Drawn Yarn (FDY)? Fully Drawn Yarn is manufactured by a similar process to POY except that the spinning process is undertaken at a higher speed.
How do you make yarn POY?
POY is a yarn produced from polyester fibers spun with molten spinning and derived from long filament fibers or continuous filament. The filament fibers used have low strength with a very high percentage of elongation POY threads are semi-finished threads made of melted chips PET and then through a spinning process.
What is FDY yarn is used for?
(FDY: FULLY DRAWN YARN)
FDY is mainly used as weft or weaves in making fabrics. FDY can be knitted or woven with any other filament yarn to get fabric of various different varieties. It is mainly used in Home Furnishing Fabrics, Fashion Fabrics, Denim, Terry Towel and others.
What does Dty stand for?
|DTY||Double Twisting Yurchenko (Artistic Gymnastics Vault)|
|DTY||Draw Texture Yarn (textile industry)|
|DTY||Dead to You (Internet slang)|
What is Dty fabric like?
DTY – also very soft and is usually double-brushed (brushed on both sides) and is commonly referred to as ‘legging fabric’. Rayon Span – very light weight, breathable and feels cool to the touch, may “pill” on occasion if not laundered properly.
What is texturing process?
Texturising or texturizing is the process by which synthetic fibres are modified to change their texture – the physical appearance of the fibre. Texturising techniques can include bulking (where thermoplastic fibres are twisted, heat set and untwisted), crimping and coiling, amongst others.