Origin of Bamboo Fiber
Bamboo Fiber is a regenerated cellulose fiber produced from raw bamboo pulp . First, bamboo pulp is refined from bamboo through a process of hydrolysisalkalization and multi-phase bleaching. The bamboo pulp is then processed into bamboo fiber. Repeated tests have proved it has strong durability, stability and tenacity and the thinness and whiteness of bamboo fiber is similar to classic viscose. Bamboo fiber is easy to spin – it can be spun purely or blended with other materials such as cotton, silk, tencel, modal fiber and so on.
Advantages of Bamboo
Natural Anti Bacterial It is a common fact that bamboo can thrive naturally without the need for pesticides. It is seldom eaten by pests or infected by pathogen. Why? Scientists found that bamboo owns a unique anti-bacteria and bacteriostasis bio-agent named "bamboo kun". This substance combines with bamboo cellulose molecule tightly during the production of bamboo fiber. Bamboo fiber has natural functions of anti-bacteria, bacteriostasis and deodorization. It is validated by Japan Textile Inspection Association that even after fifty times of washing, bamboo fiber fabric still possesses excellent antibacteria functions. The test result shows over 70% death rate after bacteria are being incubated on bamboo fibre fabric. Bamboo fiber's natural antibacteria function differs greatly from that of chemical antimicrobial – as it has no allergic reactions. Green & Biodegradable Bamboo fiber is praised as "the natural, green, and ecofriendly new-type textile material of 21st century" As a regenerated cellulose fiber, bamboo fiber is 100% made from bamboo through high-tech process. The raw material bamboo is selected from non-polluted regions in Yunnan and Sicuan Provinces in China. The distilling and producing processes are natural and eco friendly and do not use chemical additives. cross-section of the bamboo fiber is filled with various micro-gaps and micro-holes, it has much better...
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