Polyamide 6,6 DTY-Drawn Textured Yarns;
Polyamide 6,6 FDY Flat Yarns.
WHAT IS LAMICROFIBRA?
In the textile industry, microfibre is defined as a fibre made up of fine lightweight strands which mimic the features of superior fibres such as silk. Microfibre is suitable for a panoply of uses. The structure of a microfibre can be modified during the texturation or drawing process which gives rise to two different effects: on the one hand, it gives a warm, cottony texture with a matt look whilst on the other hand, it gives a fresh, silky texture with a shiny look.
Microfibre is extremely fine meaning that it is used to make lightweight fabrics which are soft to the touch.
A LIGHTWEIGHT FABRIC
LAMICROFIBRA's specific weight is 18% less than that of polyester fibres meaning it ensures a lightweight garment and exceptional comfort levels.
It also boasts an excellent moisture wicking ability meaning that it contributes to a natural healthy balance, taking comfort to the next level.
LAMICROFIBRA is easy to use, does not require ironing and dries three times more quickly than cotton.
Elements of Sustainability
Sustainability is one of the main pillars of Fulgar's social responsibility policy and is well expressed by the slogan “a better way to the future”. These words sum up Fulgar's keen environmental awareness and fierce determination to preserve and enhance the global ecosystem.