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New processing technology helps shirts avoid crumpling
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Jan '08
Shirts made from the natural cotton and hemp are welcomed by the consumers, due to their high breathability and moisture absorption capacity. However, the elasticity of cotton and hemp fibre is weak, thus it gets cockled very easily.

Recently, Luthai Textile Co Ltd has made an attempt to solve this problem. It has introduced new processing technology called LTAM, which can help to resist the cockling of cotton and hemp fabric. This project won the first prize in '2007 China Textile Science and Technology'.

LTAM technology is a kind of processing way, by which original performance of the natural fibre can be used to the fullest extent. Besides, it cannot hamper texture of the fabric, keeping intact its moisture absorption capacity.

Luthai Textile Co Ltd is largest high-grade yarn-dyed fabric manufacturer, whose main area of operation amalgamates cotton planting, spinning, dyeing, weaving, finishing and shirts sewing and is also chief high-grade coloured-woven fabric manufacturers in the world.

At present, the high-grade, ironing-free shirts are exclusively developed by Luthai Textile Co Ltd. The superior quality plus exquisite workmanship of these shirts has attracted many customers for the company.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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