The coming and going of Polylactic acid

Polylactic acid fiber comes from nature (raw materials can be extracted from natural plants), goes to nature (completely decomposed into carbon dioxide and water, and is not harmful to the natural cycle), and the waste water and waste gas generated during its processing are more than other petroleum-based Much less synthetic fiber, so it is a sustainable ecological fiber.

Its fibers, fabrics, and non-woven fabrics are increasingly being used for their excellent moisture absorption and moisture retention, high elastic recovery rate, low flammability and smoke generation, UV stability, good feel and drape.

People pay attention to it. With the maturation of fermentation, polymerization, and molding processing technology, and further cost reduction, polylactic acid fibers will continue to penetrate into all areas of our lives.

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