DTY (Draw Texturized Yarn): Texture is characterized by the application of stiffness in the yarn and the creation of air-flow capability when fabricating the fabric, or in general, to an operational complex in which artificial fibers such as polyester, nylon, acrylic, and the like acquire properties that are characterized by Natural fibers such as cotton, wool, silk and … come close. This means that from the point of view of the hand (the touch of fabric), the appearance and texture of the fabric are converted into suitable fibers for the production of textiles. In other words, texture can be defined as a set of processes that are used to prepare synthetic fibers for the production of textiles. The Virtual Spinning Thread (DTY) has the highest production and consumption among other texturized threads. This yarn is the result of a sequential extraction process by the friction disc method on the POY yarn and is produced in three texturized form: Intermingle, Comingle, and Simple.
- Melange: Sirang Company has the ability to produce each of the above threads in a Melange (double blend and color combination with different deniers) with the customer’s request.
- Lycra: A type of highly durable synthetic fiber that has many applications in the clothing industry. The lycra is highly resistant and has a stretching ability of up to 5 times its normal length. The lycra’s elasticity makes the size of the clothes after washing and use not change and change to its original shape (unlike cotton fabrics that vary in size and shape) and can be used for athletic and winter sports To be used.
- The polyester filament of twisted (white and colored) polyester in a variety of denier and twist on simple and lattice duke.