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What is Polyester?

Polyester fibre represents the large group of truly man-made fibres. This fibres are produced from synthesised polymers which do not exist in nature. The most widely used type of polyester is polyethylene terephthalate (PET), commonly referred to as polyester. This is the product of condensation reaction between ethylene diglycol and therephthalic acid.

Polyester is a thermoplastic polymer which can be re-melted and remoulded. This property is used in the production and recycling of polyester fibres. Generally polyester fibres are produced as continuous filaments either from a granulated polymer or by a continuous polymerisation.

Polyester fibres are often spun together with natural fibres in order to produce a cloth with blended properties. Polycotton (cotton-polyester blends) can be stronger, more wrinkle and tear-resistant, and less shrinking compared to 100% cotton fabric. In addition, synthetic fibres such as polyester have high water, wind and environmental resistance compared to plant-derived fibres.

Polyester fibres are extremely strong, therefore polyester fabrics are very durable, as well as resistant to most chemicals, stretching, shrinking, mildew, abrasion and wrinkle resistant.

Polyester is a quick drying material due to its hydrophobic nature. Polyester retains its shape well and is perfect for making harsh climates outdoor clothing. Moreover, it is easily washed and dried.

Fabrics woven or knitted from polyester thread or yarn due to its characteristics are used extensively in apparel and home furnishings, from shirts and pants to jackets and hats, bed sheets, blankets and upholstered furniture. It is the most widely used synthetic fibre in the in modern textile production.