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PCC debuts Interlining XW Series for garment dyeing
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Sep '10
PCC Asia LLC, a major manufacturer of nonwoven and coated fabrics for apparel industry and industrial market applications based in Kowloon, Hong Kong and a division of Precision Custom Coatings LLC headquartered in Totowa, New Jersey, USA, is proud to introduce its XW Series Interlinings. The four product line of versatile, durable interlinings is designed specifically to withstand the rigorous processes of garment dyeing.

“Precision Custom Coatings has developed a line of interlining products designed to maintain integrity through all phases of garment dyeing, without any compromise during subsequent wash and wear,” said Carlos Montoya, President, PCC Asia. “Available in light, medium and heavy weights, our XW Series is ideally suited to a variety of garments that are good candidates for garment dyeing.”

Precision XW Series interlinings provide an unmatched foundation and framework to support garments while creating a distinctive drape and longevity which means better washability, wearability, reliability and retail display. These interlinings smoothly adapt to each garment's needs in every phase of production.

The versatile four product XW Series consists of: XW808, a light weight fusible polyester stretch woven intended for light weight tops; XW825 and XW826, medium weight fusible polyester weft insertions intended for medium weight tops/bottoms; and XW870, a heavier weight polyester stretch twill fusible intended for jacket fronts and bottoms. All XW Series products are suited to 127-143º C, 10-12s, 2-3 bar fusing conditions.

PCC's interlining products are easy to fuse and fully supported by PCC's global technical service teams. “The PCC XW Series provides unparalleled performance and longevity for today's garment manufacturer who is focused on smart, cost-effective approaches that create flexibility in today's retail environment,” added Mr. Montoya.

“The XW series offers manufacturers an interlining solution in relation to many variations of garment dyes including reactive, sulfur, pigment exhaust, color denim system dip or dye.”

Precision Custom Coatings LLC (PCC) is a major U.S. manufacturer of nonwoven, coated and laminated fabrics focused on providing high-quality, innovative products to the apparel industry and industrial markets. With a production facility in the U.S., multiple production facilities in Asia and over 35 distribution centers around the world, PCC provides a globally-integrated network of representatives dedicated to servicing its customers' needs.

Precision Custom Coatings LLC (PCC)

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