|Min. Order (Tons)||FOB Price|
|1+||US $1.9-3.5 / kg|
The cost of manufacturing goods from plant fiber is a function of many factors, including the fiber's character and the processing methods used. The ability to change the fiber itself or its processing method without impacting product quality offers the potential to reduce the total cost of production and decrease the environmental impact of fiber processing industries.
Our produces fiber-digesting enzymes used by the textile industry to improve the properties of its products.
Our enzymes enable fabric and garment manufacturers to maintain the integrity of their materials, while attaining desirable qualities, such as softness, a smooth finish, and the fashionable "stone-washed" look of denim. Used in denim processing to substitute or enhance the performance of pumice stones which fade and soften fabric
Used to soften fabrics and remove or prevent the formation of tiny balls or fuzz on garments.
The abrading effect of Microfiber's products makes commercial finishes more practical and can reduce manufacturing costs. As well, the environmental impacts associated with the use of pumice stones traditionally used in the textiles industry are reduced.
Our textile enzyme is competitive in textile cellulase:
Easy to use under the pH 5.5-8.0, special for the neutral pH 6.5-7.0 application, Unique washing style for the denim finishing in the laundry and no need to adjust the pH value
High Strength retention and less fabrics weight loss
Good color retention, lower back-staining compared with the conventional acid cellulase
Softer handle with greater drapability
Concentrated product dosing approximate 0.4% to weight of fabric
Available in liquid, powder and granulates
Concentrated product can be used directly or further dilution
Very good performance/price ratio
Good color retention, lower back-staining compared to it's the conventional acid cellulase
Concentrated product dosing approximate 0.15% to weight of fabric
Available in liquid
Our enzyme products are sold to companies that formulate and distribute products to end users, ranging from large integrated garment and textile manufacturers, to small local laundries and dye houses.