Man-Made Synthetic Yarns

Today’s commonly used man-made fibres are the result of developments in material science to improve on naturally occurring plant fibres.  They are generally formed by extruding materials (often originating from petrochemicals) through spinnerets into air and water to form a thread.

As man-made fibres are generally more durable than most natural fibres and offer a range of desirable characteristics which often make them suited to high performance and technical applications.

Learn more in our brochure.

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