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Brugnoli unveils Br4 fabrics using Evo fibre from Fulgar
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Nov '15
Brugnoli has unveiled Br4 fabrics by using Evo fibre developed and produced by Fulgar that delivers soft, elastic and extremely comfortable technical fabrics, perfect for swimwear, lingerie and sports.

“With the launch of Br4, Brugnoli makes a new step forward in the respect of the environment acting both at the raw material level and acting directly on the production process,” Brugnoli said in a press release.

To provide the maximum raw material quality and reliability, Brugnoli has chosen Italian company Fulgar, a producer of nylon and covered yarn production.

The raw material chosen for the new Br4 fabrics is the new Evo fibre from Fulgar, which has 100 per cent biological origins.

According to Brugnoli, Fulgar's innovative Evo fibre boasts properties that include lower specific weight, excellent heat insulation performance, quick-drying, maximum breathability and odour control.

Other features include bacteriostatic action, providing outstanding comfort, unique performance and intense respect for nature.

To create Br4, Brugnoli set up a dedicated specific production process that delivers soft, elastic and extremely comfortable technical fabrics, perfect for swimwear, lingerie and sports.

The company further added that the fabric also favourably impacts on the environment as CO2 emissions are lowered by at least 20 per cent when compared with the standard process and also reduction in water waste. (AR)

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