Testing in Eco Textiles

apparel non-apparel Consumers are becoming conscious in regards to green and environmental friendly consumer goods. They prefer products that have no harmful effect to the environment. The trend of green consumerism has been extended to textile and apparel products. Major European and U.S textile buyers have responded to this public awareness by viewing their textile products from ecological standpoint and established certain requirements on textile products by undergoing certain predefined testing procedures.

Eco Friendly Fibers

non-apparel Textiles Industry has many working procedures which form flow processes. Each process makes various influences on the environment and human health.Therefore many eco friendly fibers have been invented which do not require the use of any pesticides or chemicals eg. bamboo, hemp,Ramie, mud silk etc.

Finishing Technical Textiles

non-apparel While using normal fibres to produce technical textiles it is imperative that high tech functional finishes are imparted to them to make them functionally superior and relevant to the end use application such as anti-bacterial, anti-static, UV protective, thermal, or biodegradable functions - are playing an increasingly important role. Since technical textiles are generally not fashion oriented, performance requirements and technical specifications determine the success of a product.Therefore fi

Technical Textiles

non-apparel Technical textile are textile products manufactured for non-aesthetic purposes. They are used for automotive applications, medical usages, crop protection, protective clothing etc. Textile technical means textile materials ad products manufactured primarily for their technical and performance properties rather than their aesthetic or decorative characteristics.

Eco Textiles

dyeing non-apparel The textile industry is considered as the most ecologically harmful industry in the world. The eco-problems in textile industry occur during some production processes and are carried forward right to the finished product. In the production process like bleaching and then dyeing, the subsequent fabric makes a toxin that swells into our ecosystem.There fore the need of eco textiles is felt.Green textiles refer to clothing and other accessories that are designed to use organic and recycled material