We handle key projects from product exploration, project design, process control, manufacture, install service to start-up running. We can provide types of equipment of polyester staple fiber complete set from melt pipes to can traverse, and from tow, creel stand to cutter and baling press.
The possible production denier of PSF is 0.8D ~ 1.5D cotton type/ high tenacity, 2D ~ 20D solid regular, 6D ~ 15D hollow conjugated (3-dimensional) and the capacity of the whole line is 25TPD, 50TPD, 70TPD, 100TPD, 150TPD, 200TPD and so on. According to user’s demand.
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Tag: Fiber, Polyester Fiber, Polyester Staple Fiber, PSF, Recycled, Recycled PSF, Regenerated Fiber, Pet Flake PSF, Polyester staple Fiber Machine, Polyester Staple Fiber Production Line, Colored Fiber, Dope Dyed, filament, Iran, high quality, most selling,recycled polyester staple fiber plant, Machinery & equipment, production line, recycled, regenerated, cotton type, high tenacity, non-woven, spun yarn, The global demand for polyester staple fiber was 15,519.7 kilotons in 2016 and is estimated to ascend at a CAGR of 4.7% from 2017 to 2025. Asia Pacific dominated the global market in 2016, followed by Europe. Emerging economies such as China, India, and Brazil are predicted to lead their respective regional markets over the forecast period. In terms of product, solid PSF emerged as the largest segment in 2016.
Increasing popularity of sustainable man-made fibers coupled with reducing consumption of cotton in textile industry is likely to drive the market over the forecast period.In terms of revenue, virgin PSF emerged as the largest origin market segment in 2016 and is estimated to generate a revenue of over USD 16,451.9 million by 2025. Recycled PSF is estimated to witness promising market growth over the forecast period owing to rising environmental consciousness across the globe.
Asia Pacific polyester fiber market is projected to witness substantial growth over the next decade owing to various developments, especially in textile industry, across major economies.