Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Fibre & Feedstock

Fibre & Feedstock

Oerlikon’s Technology Leads The Way

The Segment Manmade Fibers of the Swiss Oerlikon group has announced that Sinowin Chemical Fiber, China, commissioned ten positions of the new Flex-6 concept...

Invista to Explore Some Alternatives

Invista, one of the world’s largest integrated producers of chemical intermediates, polymers, and fibres based in the US, has announced that the company is...

47th Filo Exhibition a Success

The 47th edition of the Filo yarns and fibres' exhibition that was held in Milan, Italy, witnessed a 14 per cent increase in the...

Wool Textile Guidelines From the IWTO

The International Wool Textile Organisation (IWTO) has released guidelines for conducting life cycle assessment (LCA) for wool textiles. Designed for the use by LCA...

Viscose Has Gone Green

Viscose is made from read wood pulp, a renewable natural resource, and has been a preferred fibre application in woman’s fashion wear, menswear in...

Wool Fibre

Wool is a luxurious multi-cellular animal fibre which is generally harvested from sheep, making it very expensive. Produced worldwide there are different varieties of...

Nylon Fibre

Nylon fibre is a synthetic fibre widely used in the production of many products as well as clothing. Petroleum and coal by products form...

Polyester Fibre

Polyester fibre is a synthetic fibre widely used in the production of clothing, underwear and accessories. Petroleum, coal, air and water are the basic...

Synthetic Fibre

Synthetic fibres are produced by using a technical process with materials such as petroleum to form synthetic by-products. These by-products are then turned into...

Jute Fibre

Jute fibre is a so-called “green” fibre as it is a natural fibre and completely bio-degradable. The term Jute fibre refers to a class...
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