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White rPET-Spun Yarn

rPET spun yarn is the latest product development from Hadtex. rPET spun yarn is a recycled polyester yarn. rPET spunyarn is made from 100% recycled polyester or recycled polyester combined with other types of fibers such as cotton (T/C) or rayon (T/R)


rPET spun yarn is a kind of yarn made by gathering together a bundle of the staple fibers by spinning the spindles at a very high speed to twist the staples together to make a cohesive thread to form a piece of yarn. We continuosly develop our products to fulfill the market needs.


  • Color : white, black, grey, misty, blue, red, green
  • Yarn count : 10 – 30 S
  • Application : knitting, weaving, etc
rPET Spun Yarn

Yarn is a long continuous length of interlocked fibres, suitable for use in the production of textiles, sewing, crocheting, knitting, weaving, embroidery, or ropemaking. Thread is a type of yarn intended for sewing by hand or machine. Modern manufactured sewing threads may be finished with wax or other lubricants to withstand the stresses involved in sewing. Embroidery threads are yarns specifically designed for needlework.

Cotton being slubbed

The most common plant fiber is cotton, which is typically spun into fine yarn for mechanical weaving or knitting into cloth.

Cotton and polyester are the most commonly spun fibers in the world. Cotton is grown throughout the world. After harvesting it is ginned and prepared for yarn spinning. Polyester is extruded from polymers derived from natural gas and oil. Synthetic fibers are generally extruded in continuous strands of gel-state materials. These strands are drawn (stretched), annealed (hardened), and cured to obtain properties desirable for later processing.

Synthetic fibers come in three basic forms: staple, tow, and filament. Staple is cut fibers, generally sold in lengths up to 120mm. Tow is a continuous “rope” of fibers consisting of many filaments loosely joined side-to-side. Filament is a continuous strand consisting of anything from 1 filament to many. Synthetic fiber is most often measured in a weight per linear measurement basis, along with cut length. Denier and Dtex are the most common weight to length measures. Cut-length only applies to staple fiber.