We produce fibre on nine extrusion lines, which allows us to achieve high production volumes and therefore our delivery times are short.
MULTITEX is the trade name for polypropylene multifilament fibre. Its shape is either circular or triangular. However, the fibre can also be hollow. Linear masses range from 210 to 4,000 den (233 to 4,400 dTex), with relative fibre strengths ranging from 4.0 to 7.4 g/den (3.5 to 6.5 cN/dTex). We also stabilize MULTITEX against the effects of UV radiation from a value of 0 to 500 kLy. Based on the thread’s final use, it is possible to modify the thread parameters in the range of the above mentioned criteria. Of course, other possible technological operations such as twisting into simple and complex constructions or thermofixation are all possible. The range of colours for these yarns is very wide, with more than 100 different colour variations. If, however, none of these colours is right for you, we can customize it to your choice.
The yarn is also produced in the following modifications:
- non-flammable - a yarn with a flame retardant,
- antimicrobial - a permanent treatment that prevents the activity of microorganisms,
- antistatic - the yarn does not get dirty, dust does not stick to it,
- luminescent - after exposure to natural or artificial light the yarn glows in the dark for up to 5 hours
- abrasion-resistant - the yarn is tougher, less dusty.
POLYSTEEL is a trade name for twine made of polypropylene-polyethylene monofilament. The input material for this twine is a monofilament fibre of 1,500 or 3,000 denier (1,667 or 3,333 dTex). The twine has a linear weight ranging from 6,000 to 63,000 den (6,600 to 70,000 dTex), with a relative strength ranging from 6.9 to 7.7 g/den (6.1 to 6.8 cN/dTex). UV stabilization of POLYSTEEL is standard at a level of 100 kLy and is produced by a combination of the above fibers. The ideal combination of polypropylene and polyethylene gives the fibre significant strength. Twine is perfectly suited for further processing in the production of ropes or nets, it is also suitable as a core for steel ropes.
The fibres are fully recyclable and do not affect health.
In addition to fibres, LANEX also extrudes polypropylene split-film, you can find out more HERE.