Cotton Viscose

Viscose fibre is developed from a grouping of natural and man-made constituents and it can be made into the more ordinary form of rayon, it is used in several kinds of textile materials such as clothing. Viscose fibres are prepared from cellulose from wood pulp. Wood pulp cellulose are reacted with caustic soda, after a matured waiting period of time, the developing process will takes place. During that time, depolymerisation occurs and carbon disulphide will be added. It forms a yellow crumb, called as Xanthate which can be easily dissolved in more caustic soda to give a viscous yellow solution.

Viscous yellow solution is then forced through a spinneret that may hold thousands of pores, into a dilute sulphuric acid soak where the cellulose material is redeveloped as s fine filaments as the yellow crumb, xanthate decomposes

our fabric is used for a range of clothing, such as shirts, dresses, socks and slacks, and because of it's antimicrobial properties, is ideal for active wear. We offered our viscose with blended 30% cotton to add structure to garments. Our fabric is also used for sheets and blanckets , clothes because fiber lends a hand feel.

Viscose gives the appearance and feels as soft and silky
Viscose has the aptitude to respire in a wary similar to cotton
Viscose fibres have good moisture regain property like cotton fibres
Viscose fibres can be easily dyed in several colors
When heating the viscose fibre, it does not shrink
Viscose fibre is biodegradable