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Polyester partially oriented yarn (POY) is a type of synthetic textile material made from polyester fibers. It's produced by heating and stretching polyester filaments to align the polymer chains, which partially orients the fibers. This process improves the yarn's strength, durability, and resilience.

POY is known for its versatility and is used in various textile applications, including clothing, home textiles, and industrial fabrics. Its characteristics make it resistant to wrinkles, easy to maintain, and capable of holding color well. POY is a crucial component in the textile industry, providing a strong and adaptable material for a wide range of products.

They can be classified based on different factors:

1.     Cross Section: This means they look at the shape of the yarn when you cut it in half. It could be round, triangular, or have various other shapes like trilobal or serrated.

2.     Cross-Sectional Area: This is about whether the yarn is solid all the way through or if it has empty space inside (hollow).

3.     Multi-Component Fibers: Some yarns are made by mixing different kinds of fibers together. They can be classified by how these fibers are combined, like having a core covered by another layer (concentric cover-core) or a mix of different fibers (matrix).

4.     Lustre: This is about how shiny the yarn looks. It can be classified into categories like full dull (not shiny), semi dull (a bit shiny), bright (shiny), super bright (very shiny), or optically white.

5.     Dyeing Method: Depending on how the yarn is dyed, it can be classified as cationic dyeable (can be dyed with certain types of dyes) or dope dyed (dyed during the manufacturing process).

IS 17262:2022 is a set of rules that talk about polyester partially oriented yarn (POY). This standard tells us what the polyester yarn should be like, and it's meant for different purposes. Before these rules became official, a group called the Textile Division Council looked at them and said they were good. They got help from another team called the Man-Made Fibres, Cotton, and Their Products Sectional Committee to make sure everything was right.


1.     The polyester partially oriented yarn (POY) can also meet certain environmental rules mentioned in this standard.

2.     This yarn should be free from big problems or mistakes.

3.     To make sure it's good, the yarn has to go through tests in a lab that has the right equipment and people.

4.     One should win the yarn on bobbins with a certain amount of yarn on each one, and then pack those bobbins properly in boxes or pallets with strong straps.

5.     The POY (Polyester Partially Oriented Yarn) should be wound onto bobbins, and each bobbin should have between 8 to 24 kilograms of yarn on it.

6.     All these bobbins should be packed carefully in boxes or on pallets and tied securely with straps made of polypropylene or PET material.

7.     Additionally, packaging materials that are suitable for shipping by sea should be used.

8.     Every box of POY should have specific information on it, as mentioned in this standard.

9.     If the product follows all these rules, it can get certified under the Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 2016, and the related rules.

10.  It can even have a special mark (ISI Mark) to show it's a high-quality product.

11.  But to use that mark, the manufacturer needs to get permission from the Bureau of Indian Standards.


The following test shall be carried out in accordance with the method specified.

·       Determination of finish oil pick up

·       Determination of interlace of filament yarn

·       Determination of moisture content

·       Phosphorus content

·       Antimony content in polyester

·       Titanium dioxide in polymer

Process for BIS ISI Mark Certification

Process for BIS ISI Mark Certification

To know the process in detail, please visit:

ISI Mark Certification for Domestic And Foreign Manufactures

Under BIS Registration Products ISI and CRS

Benefits of BIS Certification

Getting BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) registration for your products has some really good advantages:

1.     More Sales: When your products have BIS registration, it means they're likely to be better quality. Customers trust this, so you'll probably sell more.

2.     Saves Money on Quality: Once you get the certification, you don't need to worry about extra quality rules because your products are already known to be good.

3.     Builds Trust and Less Risk: BIS-certified items are real and reliable. They work well and last a long time, so there's less chance of problems or harming the environment.

4.     High Quality Guaranteed: When a product has a BIS registration number, it's a sign that it's top-quality and trustworthy.

5.     Helps Your Business Grow: BIS certification makes your product's reputation better, which can lead to more growth and getting noticed in the market. It's good for expanding your business.


Polyester partially oriented yarn has been included in the mandatory ISI Certification Scheme under the IS 17262:2022 standard. Manufacturers cannot import, export, or sell this product in the Indian consumer market without the ISI Mark.

If you require assistance with BIS ISI registration for Polyester partially oriented yarn or ISI mark certification for Polyester partially oriented yarn you can rely on Evtlindia. We offer comprehensive support with all documentation formalities at India's BIS office, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free registration experience. We will guide you through the entire process, from start to finish.

You can contact us via email at or by phone at 9560935898. Please feel free to reach out to us at any time for the support you need.




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