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What is PTA?

Purified Terephthalic Acid (PTA) is a key chemical used in making polyester fibers, films, and plastic bottles. It is derived from the oxidation of para-xylene, a petroleum derivative, through a complex chemical process to ensure high purity.

Company member that produce PTA:

  • PT. Indorama Petrochemicals
  • PT. INEOS

Advantages of PTA:

Strength and Durability: Polyester fibers made from PTA are very strong and durable, resistant to damage from water, sunlight, and many chemicals.

Wrinkle Resistance: Polyester fabric remains smooth and wrinkle-free, making it popular in clothing. untuk tetap halus dan bebas kerut, membuatnya sangat populer dalam pakaian.

Easy Maintenance: Polyester fabric is easy to wash, dries quickly, and is resistant to shrinking and color fading..

Examples of PTA Products:

  • Sportswear
  • Workwear
  • Curtains and furniture upholstery
  • Carpets
  • Plastic bottles for food and beverages

What is PTE?

Polytrimethylene Terephthalate (PTE) is a type of polyester known for its unique combination of mechanical and chemical properties. It is produced from the polymerization of terephthalic acid (PTA) and 1,3-propanediol (PDO).

Company member that produce PTE:

  • PT. Indorama Synthetics
  • PT. Indorama Polypet Indonesia
  • PT. Indorama Ventures Indonesia
  • PT. Petnesia Resindo
  • PT. Mitsubishi Chemical Indonesia

Advantages of PTE:

Elasticity and Resilience: PTE offers excellent elasticity and resilience, making it ideal for applications requiring flexibility and durability.

Stain Resistance: PTE fibers are highly resistant to staining, which makes them suitable for use in carpets and upholstery. untuk tetap halus dan bebas kerut, membuatnya sangat populer dalam pakaian.

Comfort: Fabrics made from PTE are soft and comfortable, often used in apparel for their pleasant feel.

Examples of PTA Products:

  • Sportswear and activewear
  • Carpets and rugs
  • Automotive interiors
  • Upholstery and home textiles
  • Industrial fabrics and nonwovens

What is PFY?

Polyester Filament Yarn (PFY) is a type of synthetic fiber made from polyester, known for its strength, durability, and versatility. It is produced by extruding molten polyester through spinnerets to form continuous filaments, which are then wound onto spools.

Company member that produce PFY:

  • PT. Indorama Toray Synthetics
  • PT. Tifico Fiber Indonesia
  • PT. Susilia Indah Synthetic Fibers Industries
  • PT. Asia Pacific Fibers
  • PT. Indorama Synthetics
  • PT. Indorama Ventures Indonesia
  • PT. Polyfin Canggih
  • PT. Central Georgette Nusantara
  • PT. Mutu Gading Tekstil
  • PT. Kahatex

Advantages of PFY:

High Strength and Durability: PFY is very strong and resistant to stretching and shrinking, making it suitable for various textile applications.

Wrinkle Resistance: Fabrics made from PFY maintain their shape and are less prone to wrinkling, making them ideal for clothing.

Color Retention: : PFY retains color well and is resistant to fading, even after multiple washes and exposure to sunlight.

Examples of PFY Products:

  • Clothing and apparel (e.g., sportswear, fashion garments)
  • Home textiles (e.g., bed linens, curtains)
  • Industrial applications (e.g., ropes, conveyor belts)
  • Upholstery and furnishing fabrics
  • Sewing threads and embroidery threads

What is PSF?

Polyester Staple Fiber (PSF) is a type of synthetic fiber made from polyester. It is produced by spinning molten polyester to create fibers that are then cut into short, uniform lengths. PSF can be used alone or blended with other fibers to create various textile products.

Company member that produce PSF:

  • PT. Indorama Toray Synthetics
  • PT. Tifico Fiber Indonesia
  • PT. Susilia Indah Synthetic Fibers Industries
  • PT. Asia Pacific Fibers
  • PT. Indorama Synthetics
  • PT. Kahatex
  • PT. Indorama Polychem Indonesia

Advantages of PSF:

High Strength and Durability: PSF fibers are strong and resistant to wear and tear, making them ideal for both apparel and industrial uses.

Moisture Wicking: PSF fibers have good moisture-wicking properties, making them suitable for activewear and sportswear.

Cost-Effective: : PSF is often more affordable compared to natural fibers, offering a cost-effective alternative for various applications.

Examples of PSF Products:

  • Apparel (e.g., t-shirts, dresses, sportswear)
  • Home textiles (e.g., pillows, cushions, quilts)
  • Non-woven fabrics (e.g., geotextiles, filters)
  • Filling material for toys and stuffed animals
  • Insulation materials and padding

What is RSF?

Recycled Staple Fiber (RSF) is a type of synthetic fiber made from recycled polyester materials, such as used PET bottles and textile waste. The recycling process involves cleaning, melting, and reforming the polyester into staple fibers, which are then cut into short, uniform lengths for use in various textile applications..

Company member that produce RSF:

  • PT. Rayon Utama Makmur
  • PT. South Pacific Viscose
  • PT. Indo Barat Rayon
  • PT. Asia Pacific Rayon

Advantages of RSF:

Environmental Sustainability: RSF helps reduce waste and the environmental impact of polyester production by recycling existing materials.

versatility: RSF can be blended with other fibers or used on its own to create a variety of textile products.

Cost-Effective: : Using recycled materials can reduce costs, making RSF a more affordable option for manufacturers and consumers..

Examples of RSF Products:

  • Eco-friendly apparel (e.g., t-shirts, jackets, sportswear)
  • Home textiles (e.g., blankets, rugs, curtains)
  • Non-woven fabrics (e.g., geotextiles, automotive interiors)
  • Filling material for pillows, cushions, and stuffed toys
  • Insulation materials and padding

What is NFY?

Nylon Filament Yarn (NFY) is a type of synthetic fiber made from nylon, known for its high strength, elasticity, and durability. NFY is produced by melting nylon polymer chips and extruding the molten polymer through spinnerets to form continuous filaments. These filaments are then wound onto spools.

Company member that produce NFY:

  • PT. Indonesia Toray Synthetics
  • PT. Susilia Indah Synthetics Fibers Indutries
  • PT. Prima Rajuli Sukses
  • PT. Indachi Prima

Advantages of NFY:

High Strength and Elasticity: NFY offers excellent tensile strength and elasticity, making it ideal for applications requiring robust and flexible materials.

Abrasion Resistance: Fabrics and products made from NFY are highly resistant to abrasion and wear, ensuring a longer lifespan.

Lightweight: : NFY is lightweight, which contributes to the comfort and performance of garments and other products made from it.

Examples of NFY Products:

  • Sportswear and activewear (e.g., leggings, swimwear)
  • Hosiery and socks
  • Lingerie and undergarments
  • Outdoor gear (e.g., tents, backpacks)
  • Industrial applications (e.g., fishing nets, ropes, and conveyor belts)
  • Sewing threads and embroidery threads

What is POY?

Partially Oriented Yarn (POY) is a type of polyester yarn that is partially stretched and oriented during the spinning process. It is an intermediate product used primarily as a precursor for producing textured yarns like Draw Textured Yarn (DTY). POY is known for its high tenacity and is often further processed to create a variety of finished textile products.

Company member that produce POY:

  • PT. Tifico Fibers Indonesia
  • PT. Susilia Indah Synthetics Fibers Indutries
  • PT. Asia Pacific Fibers
  • PT. Indorama Synthetics
  • PT. Polyfin Canggih
  • PT. Central Georgette Nusantara
  • PT. Mutu Gading Tekstil
  • PT. Kahatex

Advantages of POY:

Costumizable Properties: The properties of POY, such as tenacity and elongation, can be customized during production to meet specific requirements for different applications.

High Strength: POY has high tenacity, making it suitable for further processing into strong and durable textile products.

Versatility: :POY can be used as the raw material for various types of yarns, including DTY, Fully Drawn Yarn (FDY), and Air Textured Yarn (ATY)

Examples of POY Products:

  • ATY: Textured surface similar to natural fibers, used in various textiles for a softer feel
  • FDY: Used in high-quality fabrics for apparel and industrial applications
  • DTY: sportswear, fashion apparel, and home textiles

What is DTY?

Draw Textured Yarn (DTY) is a type of polyester filament yarn that is manufactured by drawing and texturizing partially oriented yarn (POY) through a heating process. The resulting yarn has a crimped, textured surface that provides added bulk and stretch, making it highly versatile for various textile applications.

Company member that produce DTY:

  • PT. Tifico Fibers Indonesia
  • PT. Susilia Indah Synthetics Fibers Indutries
  • PT. Asia Pacific Fibers
  • PT. Indorama Synthetics
  • PT. Polyfin Canggih
  • PT. Central Georgette Nusantara
  • PT. Mutu Gading Tekstil
  • PT. Kahatex
  • PT. Indorama Polychem Indonesia

Advantages of DTY:

Softness and Comfort: DTY has a soft, wool-like feel, making it comfortable to wear and ideal for clothing.

Elasticity and Stretch: The texturizing process gives DTY excellent elasticity and stretch, enhancing the comfort and fit of garments.

Wrinkle Resistance: :Fabrics made from DTY maintain their shape well and resist wrinkling, contributing to a neat appearance.

Examples of DTY Products:

  • Sportswear and activewear (e.g., leggings, yoga pants)
  • Hosiery and socks
  • Seamless garments and lingerie
  • Home textiles (e.g., bed linens, curtains)
  • Upholstery fabrics
  • Fashion apparel (e.g., dresses, blouses)

What is SDY?

SDY is a type of yarn with a semi-dull appearance, achieved by adding a delustering agent, typically titanium dioxide, during the polymerization process. This reduces the natural shine of the polyester, giving it a more muted and matte look.

Company member that produce SDY:

  • PT. Indonesia Toray Synthetics
  • PT. Tifico Fibers Indonesia
  • PT. Asia Pacific Fibers
  • PT. Indorama Synthetics
  • PT. Indorama Ventures Indonesia
  • PT. Polyfin Canggih
  • PT. Kahatex

Advantages of SDY:

Matte Finish: The semi-dull appearance is preferred for applications where a less shiny, more natural look is desired.

Versatility: SDY can be used in a variety of textile applications, including apparel and home textiles

Examples of SDY Products:

  • Apparel (e.g., casual wear, outerwear)
  • Home textiles (e.g., curtains, upholstery)
  • Sewing threads
  • Blended fabrics with natural fibers

What is FOY?

FOY, also known as Fully Drawn Yarn (FDY), is a type of polyester yarn that is fully stretched and oriented during the spinning process. It is characterized by its high strength, stability, and uniformity, making it suitable for direct use in weaving and knitting without further drawing.

Company member that produce FOY:

  • PT. Indonesia Toray Synthetics
  • PT. Tifico Fibers Indonesia
  • PT. Asia Pacific Fibers
  • PT. Indorama Synthetics
  • PT. Indorama Ventures Indonesia
  • PT. Polyfin Canggih
  • PT. Kahatex

Advantages of FOY:

High strength and Stability: FOY has high tensile strength and dimensional stability, making it suitable for high-quality textile products.

Uniformity: FOY has consistent texture and thickness, ensuring uniformity in the final fabric.

DIrect Usability:FOY can be used directly in weaving and knitting without the need for further processing, saving time and costs.

Examples of FOY Products:

  • High-quality fashion fabrics
  • Sportswear and activewear
  • Home textiles (e.g., bed linens, drapes)
  • Industrial textiles (e.g., conveyor belts, tarpaulins)