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Specially engineered shortcut fibres which can be used as a raw material for wetlaid nonwovens in paper and filtration industries as well as composites in automotive and construction industries.

ADVA®Staple are specialized fibres for drylaid nonwovens and textile applications, applicable in processes such as needlepunch, spunlace, thermobonding and chemical bonding for various end uses.

ADVA®Tow from ADVANSA consists of both crimped PET tow for cutting conversion as well as flat fibre tow for processing into flock, used in diverse fields.

ADVANSA® offers a wide range of fibres made with the following polymers for different end uses:


PET fibre is one of the most important synthetic fibres in the world. Fibres made of this polymer have the highest annual production and also have an extremely good price-performance ratio. Recyclable PET bottles are used for some of our sustainable fibre production and result in high quality, comfortable fiberfill that is also good for the environment.



Fibres made of PAN are used in fields wherever high thermal load capacity, chemical resistance and UV stability are required. In addition, they are a cost-efficient alternative to aramid fibres.



Ox.PAN is a non-melting, temperature-resistant fibre made of thermally stabilized PAN. It represents an intermediate to carbon fibre. The fibres are used in high-tech applications such as aircraft construction.



Due to the high alkali resistance, PP fibres are used in the construction industry to improve the processing, increase the stability and improve the fire protection.



PLA is a widely used bioplastic. The properties of PLA fibres are similar to the properties of PET, while being additionally biodegradable. Therefore, they are mainly used in packaging and in the medical and hygiene industries.


PA 6.6

PA fibres are characterized by excellent work absorption and recovery as well as a soft touch. Particularly in papers, the use of polyamides achieves a dimensional stability and tear resistance.



ADVANSA's bi-component fibres consist of two components: a core of PET and a shell of CoPET or PE. Both polymers have different softening or melting temperatures.


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