Air-jet texturing process is a purely mechanical method that uses a cold air-stream to produce bulked yarns
with cotton touch and warmth. The feed yarns need not be restricted to the synthetic filament yarns. The air
textured yarns closely resemble spun yarns in their appearance and physical characteristics.
The air-jet texturing process is by far the most versatile of all the yarn texturing methods in that it can blend all
kinds of filaments together. Air textured yarn is very bulky with permanent crimps and loops. Interlacing of
filaments in the jet can cause the loops to be locked into the yarn so that any further twisting is unnecessary.
Loop frequency, loop dimensions, loop stability and physical bulk are the important characteristics of air
High quality air jet textured yarns are produced from all types of continuous filament yarns (PES, PA, PP, Glass,
Carbon, etc.) as well as from their various forms (FDY/FOY, POY) to a large range of resultant yarns for a wide
variety of applications such as:
Home Textile & Contract
Industrial / High Tenacity