Press Release

Kelheim Fibres' new viscose fibre specialities accepted into Material ConneXion's library of innovative materials

Fri, Dec 14, 2012

KELHEIM, Germany, Dec. 14, 2012 (Press Release) -

Three of Kelheim Fibres' new viscose fibre specialities have been assessed by a panel of creative professionals and have been accepted into Material ConneXion's library of innovative materials - the world's largest library of this type.

The fibres Verdi, Danufil Deep-Dye and Microfine as well as product samples made of these fibres are now displayed in Material ConneXion's nine locations around the world.

In this library, which features more than 7,000 cutting-edge materials, including the largest selection of sustainable materials, designers and manufacturers from all disciplines and market segments, from industrial design to textile specialists, find solutions to their specific material challenges.

The fibres from Kelheim fit perfectly into Material ConneXion's range of advanced materials: each one delivers an additional benefit for the user:

Microfine, Kelheim's finest viscose fibre, creates outstanding wearer comfort in high quality textiles and helps to enhance the physical properties of all types of speciality papers. Microfine is especially soft - an additional benefit for wipes.

Danufil Deep-Dye is a chemically modified viscose speciality with a dye absorption capacity up to 40 times higher than standard viscose - ideal for optimising the dyeing process of textiles made out of viscose and PET, but also perfect for colour catcher fabrics which prevent colour staining in domestic wash cycles.

The the viscose fibre Verdi has been ionically activated in order to deliver a higher level of intrinsic absorbency and excellent dispersability in water - the fibre is ideally suited for paper applications where it improves the physical properties of speciality papers such as the paper's strength.

Currently, Kelheim Fibres is preparing applications for further fibre innovations for the Material ConneXion Library.

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