Polyester materials such as PTA and EG are converted to gel polymer through polymerization performed at a high temperature and pressure.
After the spinning and drawing process, polymer becomes staple fibers when cut short into the form of cotton or filament yarns when made into the form of yarn.
Staple fibers are widely used for industrial use as well as for clothing.
They are not only used for filling of clothing, bedding and furniture in the form of cotton or for spinning after twisting cotton into yarn but they are also fabricated into non-woven fabrics through compression and used for a wide range of applications, including automobile, construction, furniture, sanitary materials and agriculture, gradually expanding their scope of application.
Based on the its leading stable fiber production capacity, Huvis has secured globally-recognized technical competency through relentless R&D efforts.
Huvis Staple Fibers Processes
Various non-woven fabrics
|Spinning||Non Woven||Non Woven Special||Stuffing|
|Sewing yarns||Wool spinning||LMF||HexaFlower||Microdenier fiber||Conju|
|Dope dyed||Flame retardant||Conju||Flame retardant||Sea-island||Microdenier fiber|
|Stretch yarn||Quick absorbing and drying||Hygiene bico||High shrinkage||THF||Polarfil|
|Far infrared ray||Regular||Short-Cut Fiber||Hydrophilicity||Quick absorbing and drying||HexaFlower|
|Regular||Dope Dyed||High elastic LMF||Regular|
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