Polyamide 6.6 was the first polymer with commercial success. An advantage of Polyamide 6.6 is its tightly bonded molecular structure, making it stiff and resistant to crushes. However, the dense structure also makes the fiber difficult to dye. But once dyed, it has superior colorfastness and it is hardly susceptible to fading from sunlight. Thanks to its high melting point (265 ˚C) Polyamide 6.6 is resistant to heat, which can especially be an advantage for twist retention.
TP’s Polyamide 6.6 yarn can be delivered in the colour white.