Welcome to the acetate fiber directory section of the Apparel Search website. In this section, you will find educational information and links to resources relevant to acetate fibers. If you work in the apparel industry or simply have an interest in acetate textiles, this is the area for you. If you do not find enough information in this section of our acetate fibers guide, you may wish to check the textile section or go back to the fiber directory main page for additional textile fiber choices.
Cellulose Acetate can be converted to a wide range of products from tough, clear, impact-resistant plastics to soft, drapeable, absorbent fabrics. As a textile fiber, cellulose acetate processes well in both weaving and knitting operations, is readily dyed, and results in breathable fabrics with excellent aesthetics and comfort.
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Celanese Acetate : At Celanese Acetate, they are in the business of creating possibilities. As the world's largest acetate producer, they continually develop fresh, new ideas. Innovative technology and some 3,000 people prepared to meet the needs of clients all over the globe. They think that's a powerful combination. One that has helped them become the acetate manufacturer of choice in key markets including women's and men's apparel, linings, home fashions and various industrial end uses.
Mitsubishi Rayon Group : These semi-synthetic fibers, made mainly from natural pulp,have the feel of natural fibers and the special properties and reliability of synthetic fibers. Their gloss and silky feel is very close to those of high-quality silk. They take dyes easily and hang well. Mitsubishi Rayon Group companies are also engaged in the production of textiles, principally made from acetate fibers and polyester fibers. By combining various fibers, functional textiles with a variety of textures and colors can be created.
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