RAYON, VISCOSE, TENCEL, CUPRO, MODAL, RYOCEL, ECOVERA
From Japan , on indent, we have an array of different fabrics made from regenerated cellulose.
This includes rayon, viscose, tencel, cupro, modal, Ryocel & Ecovera. Some of these are generic names, some are brand names, but all are about the process of breaking down a cellulose such as eucalyptus for Tencel, beech for Modal, wood pulp, bamboo or even old cotton linter, into a honey like consistency and then turned into a thread. It is man-made, but unlike a polyester, it still has the absorbency properties of a cotton or linen.
Many of our rayons come from a well-known mill called Lenzing, which uses certified renewable wood sources, using an eco-responsible production processes which meet high environmental standards. The fibres have been certified with the EU Ecolabel as meeting high environmental standards throughout their life cycle: from raw material extraction to production, distribution and disposal.
Every one of their fabrics are traceable with a specific certification number. Further information is available on application.
For further information, go to:
RAYON LINEN BLENDS - Woven
RAYON COTTON BLENDS - Woven