PSF PRODUCTION LINE | We handle key projects from product exploration, project design, process control, manufacture, and eventually install service to start-up running. We can provide all types of equipment of polyester staple fiber complete machinery ( PSF Machinery ).
From melt pipes to can traverse (SPINNING LINE).
From tow-creel stand to the cutter and baling press (DRAWING LINE).
Our PSF line can be used for the recycled PET flakes and virgin chips to produce the polyesterstaple fiber, in fact, it is a flexible production line. This line can produce solid polyester staple fiber (PSF) and 3-dimensional/Hollow conjugated fiber (HCF) (including dope dyed fiber). The specification is from 0.8D to 20D and the capacity can be from 3000MT/year to 80,000MT/year.
Fiber line project consulting and engineering: . Providing project design solutions at the customer’s request. . Furnishing layout plan and supply the complete line. . Transferring Recycled PET fiber production technology and Know-how. . Designing the workers’ training scheme and offer training services. . Helping customers install, adjust, and run the line. . Sourcing and supply PET raw materials and help Fiber sales at customer’s request.
Polyester is used to make many products, including clothing, furniture, industrial fabrics, computer tapes, electrical recorders, and insulation.
Compared to traditional fabrics (such as cotton), polyester has several advantages.
ADVANTAGE OF POLYESTER:
It does not absorb moisture, but it does absorb oil. This quality makes polyester an ideal fabric for waterproof, stain-resistant and finally fire-resistant coatings. Its low absorption also makes it naturally stain resistant.
Polyester clothing can be pre-shrunk during the finishing process, and then the fabric is resistant to shrinkage without stretching and deformation.
” The Different types of Polyester Staple Fiber Machinery can be supplied by DT Group and its associates with the latest technology “
In 1926, E.I. du Pont de Nemours and the American company began to study very large molecules and synthetic fibers.
The core of this initial research led by W.H. Carothers was nylon, which later became the first synthetic fiber.
Shortly afterwards, in 1939-41, British research chemists became interested in du Pont’s research and conducted their research in the laboratory of the Calico Printers Association, Ltd.
This led to the production of polyester fibers called polyester in Britain.
In 1946, Du Pont bought the rights to produce these polyester fibers in the United States.
The company did further development and began selling fiber optics under the Dacron brand in 1951.
In the following years, several companies became interested in polyester fibers and produced versions of their products for various purposes.
Today there are two main types of polyester, PET (polyethylene terephthalate) and PCDT (poly-1,4-cyclohexane-dimethylene terephthalate).
PET is a more popular type, suitable for many purposes.
Although PCDT is more flexible and flexible, it is stronger than PCDT. PCDT is suitable for heavy consumer applications such as curtains and upholstered furniture.