Nylon Chips (resins or pellets) are produced from caprolactam via a computer-controlled continuous polymerization process. All types of nylon chips are available for textile and industrial applications in making mono-filament, multi-filament and engineering plastics, etc.
Through melt-extrusion , Nylon FOY (Fully - Oriented Yarn) , POY (Partially-Oriented Yarn) and FDY (Fully-Drawn Yarn) are produced with most stringent quality controls to ensure uniformity, tenacity, elongation, etc. These products serve as raw material for further processes such as texturizing, knitting, weaving and netting.
Nylon Textured Yarn or Stretch Yarn is produced from filament yarn. Those produced from POY, called DTY or Draw-Texture Yarn, go through the dual processes of drawing and texturizing under controlled temperature. Textured yarn can also be dyed to any specific color. Finished products are thoroughty tested to ensure their physical properties and color fastness before shipment to customers.
Various types of fabric, namely nylon taffeta, oxford, twill, satin, taslan, trilobal, as well as polyester taffeta are produced from different filaments. These fabrics are also finished with endless combinations of processes like plain dyed, resin finished, cire, wrinkle (washer), water repellent, water proof, down proof, acrylic, polyurethane and pigment as well as inorganic coating.