Spunbond nonwovens made of polyamide 6.6 (nylon).

For years we’ve been the European distribution partner of CEREX Advanced Fabrics Inc. in Pensacola (Florida). This company produces a particularly strong, flat, smooth and clear spunbond nonwoven from endless nylon threads for a wide range of applications: filter technology, automotive construction, medicine, etc.

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CEREX® is produced by spinning and bonding endless nylon threads. These makes are available in surface weights of 10–68 g/m2 and in widths up to 3 m. A special solution dyeing process allows this spunbond nonwoven to be dyed according to customer requirements.

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PBN-II® spunbond nonwovens are thermally bonded. They form durable and supple fabrics with a crosshatched weave pattern. Available weights range from 10–136 g/m2 in widths up to 3 m. Solution-dyed versions of PBN-II® are also available.

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Nystat™ 50

Specially conductive nonwovens for electrostatic discharge (ESD) reduction. They can be easily combined with filter media such as cellulose or microglass. Nystat-50 spunbond nonwovens are used in the energy sector, heavy industry, the automotive industry and wherever sophisticated hydraulic, fuel or oil filtration is required.

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Benefits of polyamide 6.6 (nylon)


Nylon nonwovens have a high tensile tear strength and achieve maximum strength values even at low surface weights.

Chemical resistance

Nylon nonwovens are resistant to most solvents, alkalis and diluted acids.

Heat resistance

Nylon nonwovens have a melting point of approximately 260°C (500°F) and are dimensionally stable up to approximately 200°C (400°F). They can be processed at temperatures up to 220°C (425°F) for short periods.

Air permeability

The wide range of surface weights allows a fine-tuned selection of different air permeabilities.


The uniform fibre distribution makes nylon nonwovens exceptionally homogeneous technical textiles.


Nylon can be dyed and printed using all common processes.