Hologenix/Kelheim Fibres: Sustainable infrare...
Hologenix/Kelheim Fibres

Sustainable infrared viscose

(Source: Hologenix)
(Source: Hologenix)

An interesting combination of nature and performance using infrared technology has been created. In partnership of Hologenix LLC, Pacific Palisades, CA/USA, and Kelheim Fibres GmbH, Kelheim/Germany, the innovative in-fiber sustainable infrared viscose Celliant viscose had been developed. Celliant viscose features natural, ethically sourced minerals embedded into plant-based fibers to create infrared products that capture and convert body heat into infrared, improving cellular oxygenation.
Kelheim’s flexible technology permits targeted interventions in the viscose fiber process and delivers this interesting fiber that provides full functionality without the need for any additional processing steps, while showing a softer feel and cost and time savings compared to coated fabrics.
Celliant viscose is available in the following fiber types: textile 1.7 dtex/40 mm, nonwovens 1.7 dtex/40 mm, wool 2.5 dtex/variable cut, filling/nonwovens 6.7 dtex/60 mm.

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