Kelheim Fibres, based in Germany, has teamed up with Hologenix® to create world’s first in-fibre sustainable infrared viscose.
That’s CELLIANT® – a viscose, which is a unique combination of nature and performance.
Notably, CELLIANT viscose, blending with cotton, regular viscose, MicroModal®, lyocell and wool offers a wide range of varieties. Amongst the several applications, it’s ideal for casual wear, luxury loungewear, bedding, towels and beauty products.
And it leads on sustainability front too! CELLIANT viscose, importantly, comprises natural and ethically sourced minerals embedded into plant-based fibres so as to make infrared products that capture and convert body heat into infrared, improving cellular oxygenation.
Hologenix®, headquartered in Pacific Palisades, California, is a materials science innovation company producing products that energise all aspects of life.
CELLIANT viscose is available in Textile 1,7 dtex/40 mm, Nonwovens 1,7 dtex/40 mm, Wool 2,5 dtex/Variable Cut, Filling/Nonwovens 6,7 dtex/60 mm.
Besides, Kelheim’s flexible technology allows targeted interventions in the viscose fibre process and delivers this unique fibre that provides full functionality without the need for any additional processing steps.
Additionally, a softer feel and cost and time savings, when compared to coated fabrics, help it stand out.
Want to know more?
Come Thursday (16 September) at 5:50 PM CEST, and Dominik Mayer, Kelheim’s Project Manager for Fibre & Application Development, and Courtney OKeefe, Hologenix’s
Chief Supply Officer, will share the story how first in-fibre sustainable infrared viscose was created.
If you are keen to sign up for the presentation, be at https://www.dornbirn-gfc.com/en/