Deodorizing or Odor absorbing textiles
are absorbent textiles with ability to absorb liquids, semi liquids and even
gases. These are widely used for making sports wear, every day clothes,
under garments, socks, special purpose garments/ curtains/ sheets etc. for
hospitals and hotels. These are also used for making odor-absorbing covers
for clothes, beddings etc.
PolyAcrylate based Oasis Super Absorbent Fiber, Foamed elastometers, carbon
fibers and viscose rayon are some of the prime ingredients of absorbent non
Usually absorbent textile fabric comprises a water absorbent fabric layer
having a high moisture absorbency and a water permeable fabric layer having
a low moisture absorbency and a high moisture permeability. These fabric
layers may be integrally connected, such as by knitting or by the use of a
bonding agent, together to provide a double-layered fabric structure.
Unique features of these textiles are :
- Textiles have much better moisture absorption with ventilation and
are known for their breath ability.
- Non reactive
- Long life and wash resistant
- Available in varied shapes and sizes
- Light Weight
Elastic textiles have high stretching
capabilities and posses nearly zero hysteresis which enables them to resist
change during elongation. These textiles are used in Industrial quality
suspenders, Decorative banding on high quality service caps, Construction of
cartridge holders, Suspenders on outdoor and construction clothing, Shell
pockets for hunting vests, Gas masks/back braces, Head harnesses and goggle
straps, Support webbing in diving equipment, mildew resistant, Medium weight
polyester webbing for commercial use, Fold-over, welting on heavy materials,
seat covers etc.
Cotton, Polyester, Nylon, olefinic-based fibers are commonly used to make
elastic textiles and the composition may vary with the application.
Some of their unique advantages are:
- Provides a wide range of stretch from comfort to high performance
- Offers a gentle, non-snap stretch and recovery
- Virtually disappears into the base fiber - no synthetic feel
- Imparts a new freedom-of-movement stretch to fit any lifestyle
- Endures multiple washings, dry cleanings.
- Enhances drape and hand of the base fabric
- Offers potential savings through processing efficiencies, cut &
- Enables broader options in color and textile design
These textiles are extensively used in
industries, which involve fine filtration procedures.
Such fabrics are made of monofilament nylon yarn, monofilament and
multifilament polyester yarn, monofilamnet, multifilament & spun to
Filtration is a very integral & important to practically every
industry. With growing quality consciousness of consumers all over the
globe, role of filter fabrics in improving the quality of product is
assuming greater importance by the day. Filtration fabrics are extensively
used for filtration of liquids as well as gases. Filtration of chemicals,
Dye Bulk Drugs, Printing Inks, Food Consumables (i.e. Besan, Atta, Maida,
Suji) Air, Dust, Latex, Paper pulp, Water, Iron Powders, Cosmetic products
such allied products are some of the common applications. Filtration fabrics
are also used in textile spinning mills, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, paper &
board mills, rubber, medical & surgical disposable, paints, printing and
These fabrics are also used as inputs in many of final filter products.
This includes filters & strainers, Filter elements like Fuel Filter, Air
Filter, Water Filter, Dust Filter etc., Blood Filter, Rubber Diaphragms,
Rubber moulded parts, plastic moulded parts & allied products.
Salient features are:
- Permeability or high pressure and temperature resistance
- Minimizing pressure drop
- They can also offer viral and bacterial protection, pollution
reduction and odour neutralization.
- Recyclable or biodegradable.