Thursday, February 21, 2019

Fibre & Feedstock

Fibre & Feedstock

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...

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...

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...

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...

Bamboo Fibre

Bamboo fibre resulted from a worldwide trend to search for more ecological and economical alternatives to cotton. Bamboo fibre is a cellulose fibre extracted...

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...

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...

EPL at the Forefront of Innovation in India

Everflow Petrofils Ltd (EPL) has developed an innovative directly fibre dyed lycra yarn. The product is cost effective and time saving and a much...

Blended Textiles

Blended textile fibres refer to the addition or intertwining of two or more fibres into one. For example; the blending of cotton and polyester...

Performance of MMF in Japan

This year alone, Japan produced 79,590 tons of man-made fibre (MMF) by the end of April. This volume registered an increase of 2.8 %....
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