Synthetic fibre derives from a chemical process. Also known as tecnofibre, it is created by men through chemical reactions (polymerization) of artificial components of organic nature obtained from oil.
This fibre is the result of the most recent discovery since it was first developed in the first half of the 20th century. Its most appreciable features are the resistance to wear, the high level of elasticity and impermeability. Synthetic fibres like Acrylic, Polyester and Nylon are ideal for technical fabric using, where a high level of resistance to wear and tear is required, or to be partly added to natural fibre fabrics, in order to make them more resistant. They are mainly used in the clothing and furniture industry.
Fibres like Polypropylene, Polyethylene, Polyurethane and Aramidic Fibres are also used in technical fields.

Our products regenerated from synthetic fibres are used in different industrial sectors for the production of carded yarn and open ends, for the production of felts in the furniture industry, soundproof felts for the automotive industry and geotextile for the construction industry.

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