Cationic Melange Fancy Texturized Polyester Yarn 100D Polyester

Basic Information
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: HPCO
Model Number: 100D
Minimum Order Quantity: 1000kg
Price: Negotiation
Packaging Details: Standard Packing
Delivery Time: 15-30 working days
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T
Supply Ability: 10000kg/month
Detail Information
Name: 100D Polyester/Cationic Melange Yarn With Soecial Design Material: 100% Polyester
Yarn Count: 100D Extra Desc.: Linen Style
Packing: On Tube Colour: Raw White
MOQ: 1000kgs Payment: L/C, T/T, D/P
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Texturized Polyester Yarn 100D


Cationic Melange Fancy Yarn


Fancy Texturized Polyester Yarn

Product Description

100D Polyester/Cationic Melange Fancy Yarn with Special Design




In general, fancy yarns may be divided into two major categories: mono-fancy yarns and compound fancy yarns. The former are made from a single staple-fiber strand or multifilament yarn in which irregularities are introduced during the conversion from fibers to yarns; the latter consist of two or more fiber strands used to provide the desired combined effects. A slub yarn is basically a spun yarn (ring or rotor-spun yarn) in which thickness variations are deliberately induced by variation in the yarn twist combined with control of the fiber feed so that thick areas will exhibit lower twist than thin areas.




Name 100D Polyester/Cationic Melange Fancy Yarn with Special Design
Composition 100% Polyester
Yarn Count 1000D
Extra Spec. Linen Style
Packing on Tube
Colour Raw White
MOQ 1000kgs
Payment L/C, D/P, T/T



Many fancy yarns are produced using a conventional staple-fiber spinning systems equipped with special accessories. Others are produced using a special spinning preparation in which blends of various fiber colors or fiber types that form fancy slivers are used. Texturized yarns made exclusively from continuous filaments can also be considered as a form of fancy yarn.


4,Why is fancy yarn important?


The manufacturing cost that may be added as a result of using these accessories is largely counterbalanced by many other factors that can indeed result in a net cost reduction. For example, fancy yarns that are a result of induced irregularities and discontinuities require quality constraints and testing procedures that are much less than those implemented for traditional yarns. In addition, the possibility of using a wide range of fibers including low quality fibers and a variety of fiber wastes also adds to the overall reduction in manufacturing cost.

Contact Details
Walter Wang

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