Definition of Antron in English:

Antron

noun

trademark
  • [mass noun] A type of strong, light nylon fibre used chiefly in making carpets and upholstery.

    • ‘To introduce the site - which offers 11 in-stock materials, including generic nylons, Cordura [R] nylons, Antron [R] nylons and microfiber activewear fabrics - 3,000 invitations were sent to Tapetex customers and potential customers.’
    • ‘Because carpets of Antron ® resist dirt better than other fibers, cleaning costs over the life of the carpet typically are significantly lower.’
    • ‘One advantage of choosing a carpet made with Antron ® nylon fiber is that the fiber allows for a wider range of color choices, says Ryan.’
    • ‘In those cases, carpets of Antron ® are cost-effective, as they continue to look and wear well, longer than carpets of other fiber systems.’
    • ‘Carpets of Antron ® are made exclusively with type 6,6 nylon.’

Origin

1960s: an invented name.

Pronunciation:

Antron

/ˈantrɒn/