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most important material of milk fiber is milk protein, which contains 17 kinds
of amino acids, and with natural and permanent bacteriostatic function, the
bacteriostatic rate to those bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus, Candida
albicans, fungal and disease mildew is up to more than 80%.The plentiful
natural protein humectant factor is contained in the milk fiber, which makes
skin more delicate and smooth, so it is suitable for household textiles.
fiber is a blend of casein protein and the chemical acrylonitrile, which is
used to make acrylic. Its made using a process that is similar to
rayon/viscose, but because its a regenerated protein fiber and not a
regenerated cellulose fiber, it reacts like wool. That means that it dyes like
wool and even smells like wool when burned, according to Kiplinger.
Fiber was firstly introduced in 1930 in Italy & America to compete the
wool. It is new generation of innovative Fiber & a kind of synthetic Fiber
made of milk casein Fiber through bio-engineering method with biological health
which has passed international ecological certification of oeko-tex standard
100. There are also some different brands for the same fiber manufactured from
milk casein known as Aralac, Lanatil and Merinova.
About the Author:
G.M. Faysal is a B.Sc
Engineer in Textile. He is currently a Lecturer in the department of textile
engineering, Atish Dipankar University of Science and Technology.
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