Processes

Spinning

Continuous filament production from the extrusion and spinning of polymer chips.

  • Production of POY and FDY yarn
  • Polymers with a distinct TiO2 percentage
  • Distinct polymers: PET, PBT, PTT, PP, Biopolymers
  • Dpf range from 0.3 to 20
  • Solution Dyed Colours
  • Bi-components
  • Additives for special properties

False twist texturing

Texturing process by machines equipped with an on-line quality control system, air intermingling and automatic doffing systems.

  • Stretch and set yarns with or without PET, PBT, PTT, PP, PA and Biopolymers intermingling
  • All the counts in the market
  • Bi-component yarns
  • Special effects

Air Texturing
Taslan

A texturing process performed by cutting edge machinery which adapts to the production of both small and large yarn series. This stage involves yarn texturing and bulking through the application of high-pressured air.

  • Parallel texturing system or core-effect of PET, PBT, PTT,PP, PA and Biopolymers.
  • Yarn counts from 50 to 6.000 dtex
  • Different coloured mixtures
  • Medium and high tenacity yarns
  • Special effects

Twisting

The use of twisting to produce yarn resistance. Antex has one of Europe’s largest twisting facilities with two-for-one twist spindles and crepe.

  • Twisted yarns of one or more plies
  • From flat or textured yarns
  • Crepe yarns
  • High or low torques
  • Special effects

Elastomer intermingling

The production of high elasticity yarns by interlacing elastomer.

  • Flat yarns
  • Textured yarns
  • Air textured yarns
  • Dyed yarns
  • Yarns with or without torque

Dyeing

High-tech yarn dyeing, with autoclaves which can dye at temperatures of up to 140ºC.

  • Textile dyeing – all colours
  • Dyeing of textured yarns
  • Dyeing of air textured yarns
  • Dyeing of twisted yarns
  • Dyeing for the automotive industry
  • High level of light fastness
  • Batches from 2 kilos to 2000 kilos

Master Batch

The production and development of a synthetic polymer Master Batch for the textile and automotive markets.

  • Colours and additives
  • Carriers according to product needs
  • Small batches for trials

Recycling

The recycling of waste and its conversion into reusable polymer.

  • Post-industrial recycling
  • Post-consumer recycling