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Monocel to display natural yarns at Filo expo in Milan
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Sep '16
Monocel, developers of a range of eco-smart natural plant dyed yarns, is set to display Monocel yarns to show its likeminded partners on how natural yarns can represent the next generation of smart cellulosic yarns, at the 46th edition of Filo, international yarns exhibition, to be held from September 28 to 29, 2016, in Milan, Italy in booth C4.

Monocel is the first of a new generation of smart and responsible yarn qualities that are driven by a true, natural Nordic taste for pure and clean aesthetics. These developments represent a new option in eco-responsible yarns, with a unique colour range delivered through an Ultrasonic Natural Plant Dyed process. It is derived from natural, abundant, and rapidly renewable resources, manufactured with transparency and commitment to environmental and socially responsible ethics. Monocel yarns are the only commercial lyocell-from-bamboo products being offered to partners today.

Monocel Ultrasonic Plant Dyed yarns are a revolutionary family of high tech top dyed yarns. They combine the latest advanced dyeing technology with ancient coloration materials. The patented process uses liquid plant dyes in the new ultrasonic 'attachment' technique for a high level of colour fastness, with encouraging improved efficiencies in energy and emissions reductions through lower temperatures and shorter dyeing times.

By combining Monocel with natural plant dyes, a beautiful colour range that is unique to the ultrasonic process and that offer yarns that are completely non-toxic and gentle to the skin, are developed and will be displayed at the event. The dyes are based on traditional Asian medicinal roots, fruits and flowers. To complete the quality, the plant dyed fibres are blended with unbleached and undyed fibres, resulting in yarns that are in a league of their own in terms of eco metrics.

Yarns come in pure Monocel or blended with GOTS certified organic cotton, spun in Siro-Compact, and Compact formats for the finest yarns. White bleached yarns use the more environmental Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) process. Compared with conventional chlorine, it is a gentler process that results in a stronger, vibrant white yarn. (GK)

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