Modal is a regenerated cellulose of high wet modulus viscose fiber developed by Lenzing Company, Austria. The raw material of this fiber is European beech, which is first made into wood pulp, and then processed into fiber through special spinning process. All raw materials of this product are natural materials, which are harmless to human body and can be decomposed naturally, and harmless to the environment. There is no pollution in the whole process of fiber production.
The raw material of 100 Modal fiber mateial
is a shrubbery produced in Europe. After being made into wood pulp, it is made by a special spinning process. It is a kind of cellulose fiber, so it belongs to cellulose fiber like cotton and is a pure natural fiber.
Because of its excellent softness and moisture absorption but poor stiffness of the fabric, modal products are now mostly used in the production of underwear. Modal's knitted fabrics are mainly used to make underwear. But modal's silvery gloss, excellent stain ability and bright color after dyeing are enough to make it a a talent for garments. Because of this, modal has increasingly become a material for garments and their decorative fabrics. In order to improve the stiffness of pure modal products, modal can be blended with other fibers to achieve good results. JM/C(50/50) could make up for this shortcoming. The blended fabric made of this yarn makes the cotton fiber more supple and improves the appearance of the fabric. Modal can also show its weavability in the weaving process of the fabric, and it can also be interwoven with other fiber yarns to weave into various fabrics. Modal products have broad development prospects in modern clothing and apparel.