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Universal Fibers adds more colors to industrial fibers pallet
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Aug '09
Whether it's "leprechaun" or "lime", "purple ash" or "pumpkin", Universal Fibers brings brilliance and possibilities to the industrial fibers market with more than 120 core color choices and millions of possible color combinations. Already a proven multiple polymer fiber manufacturer Universal Fibers is bringing an added focus to the industrial fiber market, along with a wide array of colors.

These industrial fibers from Universal Fibers have exceptional strength and durability with a denier count of 420 or greater. The fibers can be formulated with superior ultraviolet stability with high-modulus and low-shrinkage capabilities. Because of the outstanding strength-to-weight ratios, the fibers are ideal for a wide variety of commercial, industrial, military and medical applications just to name a few.

"Our color story is one of the things that sets us apart," says Universal Fibers Vice President of Sales and Marketing Bill Goodman. "We're changing the mind-set in the industrial fibers market that colors have to be limited. We want to provide our customers with a wide range of possibilities in strength and color for their products and through our customization process we'll work with them to provide the perfect fiber to fill their need."

As a multiple polymer house with the ability to produce nylon 6, nylon 6,6, polypropylene and polyester, Universal Fibers can manufacture industrial fibers to meet your most exacting production specifications, including flame resistance, antimicrobial characteristics and stain resistance.

Universal Fibers provides products for knitting, weaving, twisting and braiding creating both appearance and performance benefits. Universal Fibers was the first to market solution-dyed nylon fiber, and Universal Color technology that provides true consistent color throughout every product line. As a solution-dyed fiber Universal's fiber colors are literally part of the fibers themselves. That means colors hold up to whatever the years of use might demand, including the harsh cleaning agents often used in commercial and industrial environments.

The solution-dyed process is also better for the environment. It's part of a larger sustainable effort by Universal called EarthSmart Technology. This technology has various components including maximizing manufacturing processes and equipment, creating recycled and recyclable products, developing waste saving systems and facility conservation. It is also an overall attitude of environmental and social concern on the part of the company and its employees.

Universal Fibers is a multi-platform producer of solution-dyed yarns for the commercial carpet and textile markets. The company is ISO 14001 certified.

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