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|Minimum Order Quantity:
|Package: PP bale package 1.Size: About 75cm*105cm*115cm/Bale. 2.Weight: About 300kg/Bale. 3.Customized Packaging: All products can be packed as your requirement. Capacity: 1.Around 25Tons/40HQ, 82bales. 2.Around 9 Tons/20Gp, 30bales.
|3000 Tons Monthly
|Flame Retardant Mattress
|Anti-Distortion, Anti-Static, Anti-pilling, Abrasion-Resistant
|Made In China
1.5D Recycled Polyester Staple Fiber,
51mm Recycled Polyester Staple Fiber,
Anti Distortion Viscose Staple Fiber
1 Stable quality
The raw material is the most important for quality control. Our raw material is PET flakes which are made of clean drinking bottles. We have dozens of staple suppliers with good quality PET flakes, and we keep developing new suppliers. In that case, we could keep our stock at a level of 2000MT, while the capacity is 100 MT per day. Therefore, we could keep the quality almost the same from lot to lot.
2 Nice resilience
The resilience of PSF is decided by raw materials’ viscose. The higher the IV, the resilience is better. We have our own quality inspection department to inspect the IV of each lot, and the IV value of all the material we are going to use must be over 0.72
3 Effective control on Fusion points
The fusion points of the fiber are caused by the PVC content in the raw material. The more PVC, the more fusion points. We will not use the material which has more than 200ppm PVC. We use an oven test to inspect the PVC content and also ask our suppliers use the same way to test it and then control the PVC content effectively.
4 Bright color
We only use the raw material with less than 1000ppm yellow flakes after the oven test, the color of the whole material will not turn yellow, and then the final produced fiber will show good and bright color.
Imitation down silk
Abrasion-Resistant, Anti-Distortion, Anti-pilling, Anti-Static, Fla
Down jacket / Filling pillows / Quilts / Toys
Place of origin
3. Production of viscose fiber
Viscose is a biodegradable material made from natural wood cellulose. The journey starts from renewable tree plantations where trees have an average harvesting cycle of 5 years in equatorial climate. These wood logs are then debarked and cut into small pieces of wood chips, which are then processed in large digesters to remove lignin, a glue-like substance that binds fibres together. The end product after a few rounds of filtering and washing is dissolving wood pulp.
Dissolving wood pulp is further dissolved into a viscous liquid which is then crystallised into regenerated cellulose threads called viscose fibres. To make soft, silky and absorbent viscose clothing, these fibres are spun into yarns via a process called spinning, which is the twisting together of drawn out strands of fibres. At the end of this process, these yarns are ready to be woven or knitted into fabric to make clothing. To make wet wipes, facial masks and other hygiene products, viscose fibres are bonded together using non-woven technology by entangling the fibres mechanically, thermally and etc.
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