Polyolefin is a term used to describe a special type of fibre that is made from polymerized ethylene or propylene. Originally was Polyolefin developed for soled plastic applications; however, in the 1960 started production of polyolefin fibre made for use in textiles such as staple fibre, mono, multifilament and tow. Polyolefin fibres are recognized by very low weight, rod-shaped, and it’s fine surface. Most of the fibres are used in manufacturing for socks, sweaters, thermal underwear and active sportswear.
TEXTILE FIBRE OVERVIEW
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