Polyester fiber is produced from chemical raw materials composed of petrochemicals and petroleum derivatives. The term "cut fibers" basically refers to a group of fibers of the same length as natural cotton or wool fibers, which will eventually turn into yarn in the twisting-stretching-twisting process.
Polyethylene terephthalate is one of the main sub-branches of the polyester group and family, which is named based on its type of raw materials. However, the raw materials of this type of fiber can be used in other industries as well.
Polyester fibers have very desirable properties that can be referred to high strength and durability, the benefit of ideal shrinkage, desirable tensile properties. On the other hand, drying, easy washing and getting rid of wrinkles of this type of fiber is very desirable.