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Versatile seating fabrics for automobiles
Textile fibres can be used in the transportation sector on a regular basis due to their broader versatile fibre characteristics, explain Kunal Singha and Subhankar Maity.
Novel functional cotton
Incorporation of biological molecules to cotton may lead to novel functional cottons. Finding value-added applications for cotton, enabling it to be wearable smart textiles will be the next phase of R& D in the cotton sector.
Nebraska researcher uses sorghum for textile dye
Nebraska researcher Yiqi Yang is using the by-products of sorghum as a colorant for textiles. The Charles Bessey Professor of biological systems engineering and of texiles, merchandising and fashion design is using wool to start his research, but hopes that in the future sorghum can be used on other textiles and throughout many industries.
Reliance awarded for Recron® fibre
Recron® Green Gold fibres and Recron® Green Gold Dope-Dyed (EcoD) Fibres & Tow are the greenest fibres produced in the world, which have been manufactured from ecofriendly processes of the highest standard.
Big upswing in Oerlikon orders & sales
Oerlikon Group’s Manmade Fibers business recorded a substantial uptick in orders and sales, driven by the recovery of the filament equipment market in China.
Black dyestuff market thriving
The global market for black colour dyestuff is gaining substantially from the increasing demand for technical textiles across the world.
Mayer & Cie reassigns US representation
Mayer & Cie. expects the handover of representation to Fi-Tech to boost its presence in the US and to provide easier access to new customers.
A greener environment due to PLA staple fibre yarns
PLA staple fibres are a possible alternative as a substitution of existing synthetic fibre products. The replacement of oil-based polymers by bio-based alternatives is a topic that is regarded with high priority in textile innovation programmes, aver Vadim Tenner, Marie-Isabel Popzyk, Yves-Simon Gloy, Raf Van Olmen and Thomas Gries.
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