How STITCHBOND IS made…
Stitch bond nonwoven fabric is made from the plastic bottles (PET), processed into recycled loose fiber (staple ), these loose or staple fibres are made from “plastic“ (PET) cool drink bottles these are further separated into :
- sprite green staple fibres
- stoney beige staple fibres
- coke or clear white staple fibres
It is then, made into a recycled polyester nonwoven fabric known as stitch bond fabric by using high quality polyester filament yarn or thread. The intertwining of the thread and loose fibre is known as a stitching process or stitching technology. This stitch bond fabric is 100 % local. Stitch bond nonwoven fabric is made by stitching polyester staple fibers and polyester filament threads together, glue is then added to change the physical appearance to form the finished products. These stitch bond non-woven fabrics come in different widths and weights, depending on the clients requirements.
- High strength, small vertical and horizontal strength difference.
- Acid and alkali resistant, free from harmful substances like nitrogen, heavy metal, etc. 100% non-poisonous, environmentally friendly, and harmless to human body physiology.
- With excellent air permeability.
- Dope dyeing, never fade.