PET Polyester: Versatile & Ideal For Coatings

Key Features of PET Polyester" 

  • Good chemical resistance
  • Hydrophobic
  • Good abrasion resistance
  • Good tensile strength

PET is the most common thermoplastic polymer in the polyester family. The first US commercial polyester fiber production was completed in 1953 by DuPont™ under the name Dacron®. It is the same polymer resin utilized in the plastic bottle industry.  

PET is produced in a melt spun and drawing process. The three processes utilized in the production of PET fiber are polymerization, melt-spinning, and drawing or hot stretching the fibers based upon their elongation requirements.

FIBER-LINE® Enhancing Processes
 for PET:


Fiber-Line® works with a variety of PET Polyester suppliers

Common Types & Deniers
High Tenacity
Standard Shrink
Low Shrink
Ultra-low shrink
Deniers:  50-3000