Areas of Application:
Twisting metallic yarn together with 2 ends of textured nylon creates an especially soft yarn. it can be used for manufacturing stockings, panty hose as well as seamless and lingerie products. If yoru product is worn on the skin the fine MX-BE should be your choice. A special coating makes this yarn resistant to the polyamide piece dyeing process.
Metallised polyester film available in silver, gold and colours in 12 mic foil and 0.20 mm width. The iridescent is 17 mic and 0.20mm wide.
The 6 mic version in 0.25 mm width is made to order if requested. All of the above are reinforced with 2x12 den textured Nylon.
12mic/0,20mm Polyester / Polyamid 60/406mic/0,25mm Polyester / Polyamid 52/48
Certified in accordance with Oeko-tex Standard 100, product class II
MX-BE is resistant to the polyamide dyeing process, some colours are also resistant to cationic dyeing (transparent and iridescent). It is advisable to check the latest data-sheets and dyeing-recommendations before using the pricuct in piece dyeing.
Areas of Application
NX-BE is 100% Polyamide. It is available in transparent or silver and can be dyed using the polyamide dye process. This yarn is used for the manufacture of apparel with skin contact such as stockings or underwear. Its extraodenary softness is achieved by supporting a fine tape with 2 x 12den textured nylon.
Transparent or silver metallised polyamide film available in 15 or 25 mic. Widths available from 0.15 to 0.25 mm. NX-BE is supported by 2x12 den textured Nylon and can be piece dyed.
NX-BE can be dyed using the polyamide dye process (acid dyeing) and it is resistant to cationic dyeing.
Areas of Application:
NRX-BE silver is dye able and resistant to reactive dyeing. This yarn can be used, together with cellulose fibres, for underwear or apparel. It is very fine and soft and therefore exceptionally suitable for end products worn with skin contact.
NRX-BE is commensurate with NX-BE, however it is resistant to reactive dyeing. It can be dyed together with cellulose fibres.
100 % Polyamide
Standard 100, Product class I
NRX-BE can be dyed using the polyamide dye process (acid dyeing) and it is resistant to cationic and reactive dyeing processes.