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Acrylic fibre producer Japan Exlan to exhibit at Expofil
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Sep '13
Japan Exlan Co., Ltd is a Toyobo Group company engaged in manufacturing and marketing EXLAN acrylic fibers and acrylate fiber materials. In the aim of developing a business in the European market, Japan Exlan will be participating at the “EXPOFIL” fiber and yarn exhibition being held in Paris, France, for the first time.

Products on display:

Eks Fiber Excelling in Moisture Absorption and Heat Dispersal

Eks fiber absorbs what is called “insensible perspiration,” which is constantly emanating from the human body (in the form of steam) but is invisible and, thereby, keep the air inside garments dry. At the same time, this fiber convert the kinetic energy of the steam it absorbs to heat energy and, thereby, maintain comfortably warm temperatures inside garments even in cold winter environments. In Japan, fabrics made from Eks are in wide use in such garments as underwear, socks, and sweaters.

Gokui Super Extra Fine Fiber

Gokui is the finest acrylic fiber for spinning use in the world. This extremely fine 0.5 decitex fiber (with a diameter of seven micrometers) makes it possible to create textile that are thinner, lighter, and softer to the touch than any other. In addition, Gokui features excellent dyeing properties and ease of care as well as superior piling resistance (anti-piling properties).

Japan Exlan will make suggestions and proposals for using specialty products like Eksand Gokuias ‘Key Devices Materials’ for making better quality textile products. In the aim of providing solutions to a wide range of customers, including apparel companies, create innovative products.

Japan Exlan will make suggestions and proposals for using specialty products like Eksand Gokui as ‘Key Devices Materials’ for making better quality textile products. In the aim of providing solutions to a wide range of customers, including apparel companies,

GMS*2, and SPAs*3, specialty functional fibers and supply chains in Asia will to create innovative products.

Toyobo Global


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