Supplier in Vietnam
Hi, thanks for showing an interest in a tencel fabric supplier in Vietnam. Below are examples. If you don’t see your exact fabric then let’s work together to design it. Ask us about our fabric development services. Our sustainable fabric technicians based in Ho Chi Minh City are standing by to make your perfect Eco fabric. Our team has experience as a tencel fabric supplier in Vietnam.
A few years ago, we started focusing on Eco friendly fabrics like tencel fabric. The journey has been challenging because yarn suppliers have very high minimum order quantities (MOQ). For example a typical MOQ for yarn is 5,000 kg. This quantity will make around 15,000 meters of fabric. Is it too much for you? If yes, don’t worry, we have a solution. We have available stock of Eco yarns in our sister company www.greenyarn.vn to accommodate small orders. Contact us for more details about tencel Fabric.
What is Tencel?
Tencel, also known as Lyocell, is a fiber made from the wood cellulose or pulp from trees that is grown and regrown on specialized tree farms. Similarly to rayon (i.e. viscose), tencel is what the textile industry refers to as “regenerated cellulose” fibers. The difference between tencel and rayon is that tencel uses less-toxic chemicals that get recycled in the process. The wood from tencel also comes from trees grown in sustainably-harvested forests.These fibers are made from cellulose-based fibers that originate from plants such as wood pulp.
Making of Tencel
Tencel starts with wood. Eucalyptus is most commonly used, but other woods can be used also. After being harvested, the wood is cut and ground into a pulp. The pulp is dissolved in a chemical solvent, usually amine oxide. The remaining mixture is pushed through an extruder to form the fibers. These fibers are washed and dried before being spun into yarn and eventually woven into Tencel fabric
Tencel has a reputation for being very soft, smooth and shiny. It is also known for having high absorbing capabilities and regulating temperature, just like silk does.
Tencel/lyocell fibers can be combined with a wide range of textile fibers such as cotton, polyester, acrylic, wool, and silk (to enhance the aesthetics and functionality of fabrics).
How is Tencel sustainable?
Eucalyptus trees grow on land no longer fit for food, quickly, and it don’t require irrigation or pesticides. Therefore, tencel is made from a sustainable natural resource. Although the process of dissolving the wood pulp requires the use of a chemical, 99.5% of the agent can be recycled and used repeatedly. Tencel can use less than half as much water in production than cotton.
Chapter 1 – 46 Sources of Eco fabrics
Chapter 2 – Eco influencers
Chapter 3 – Eco vs sustainability
Chapter 4 – The mystery of Eco
Chapter 5 – Why most fabrics are not Eco
Chapter 6 – How to check Eco
Chapter 7 – Advances in fabric dyeing
Chapter 8 – 6 Eco fabric wholesalers
Chapter 9 – 2 Hemp factories
Chapter 10 – 3 Recycled polyester factories
Chapter 11 – 1 Recycled cotton supplier
Chapter 12 – 2 Bamboo factories
Chapter 13 – 3 Rayon factories
Chapter 14 – 6 Eco sewing factories
Chapter 15 – 12 Eco fabrics in 2019
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