Polyester raw materials for the production of Monofilaments
Because of its high mechanical properties and good processability, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is widely used as a raw material for monofilament extrusion. A few examples of these applications include industrial wovens, ropes, fishing lines, tennis strings, and 3D printing-filaments.
Recycled PET for monofilament extrusion
Monofilament applications present excellent opportunities for the use of recycled materials. DuFor offers a range of recycled polyesters which can be used to produce monofilaments. The use of recycled materials is increasingly more important because it reduces the need for fossil based raw materials. We can develop high-quality polyester raw material with a low ecological footprint.
Tailor-made virgin polyesters
To obtain the highest possible quality of monofilaments in terms of mechanical properties, durability, color, processability, etc., we also offer CumaPET virgin grades that are custom-made for your specific application.
Choice of material
We are able to supply material that is suitable for even the most demanding applications, where a specific performance is required. As with all of our products, the choice of material is fully dependent on, and adjustable to, your requirements.
Interested in our high quality polyester raw materials for monofilament production? Please contact us or use the Product Configurator on the right side of this page!
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Together we can make the polyester with the best properties your product needs. Please do not hesitate to contact us.