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What Is Partially Oriented Yarn? What's The Effect?

Author: admin / 2023-01-06

Partially oriented yarn (POY) is an incompletely drawn yarn with a degree of orientation between unoriented yarn and drawn yarn obtained by high-speed spinning. Compared with undrawn yarn, it has a certain orientation and good stability, but it cannot be used for textile processing.

POY can be stretched longer because POY is a pre-oriented filament; not fully stretched, the remaining elongation must be above 80%

POY is a cold-drawn wire with high elongation.

This process involves the natural orientation (partial) of the molecular chains.

It is produced in a semi-directed molecular structure.

POY is generally used to make textured yarn, and can also be used for warping to weave and warp knitted fabrics.

It is preferred due to its softer feel, better drape, higher recovery, wrinkle resistance, long-lasting prints, and colors.

It is available in a variety of polymer glosses, including semi-matte, bright, full-matte, ultra-gloss, and CDP.

It is available in both original white and solution-dyed colors.

Depending on the end user, it has different cross-sections such as round, trilobal, and other different shapes.

POY is supplied to texturing companies for the texturing process.

It is often used as a special yarn for draft false twist textured yarn (DTY) or as draft twisted (DT) yarn.

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