COTTON - Egyptian | Supima | Conventional
FLAX - European.
GOTS - organic cotton
AUSTRALIAN MERINO WOOL
Terry, Waffle, Pique, Jacquard, Plain dyed, Yarn-dyed, Printing.
cotton | poly/cotton | cotton/linen | jacquard | printed | stonewashed
Old and traditional fibres: Linen, Silk and cotton: Egyptian, Supima and the conventional, and lately the organic (GOTS).
New and sustainable fibres: Bamboo, Lyocell/Tencel, Hemp, Nettle, Pineapple, Kapok, etc.
We have the technology, the experts and the knowledge to understand the customer's ideas and materialize his project.
Organic cotton is all that is obtained in sustainable systems in time and space.
It does not receive chemical treatment or other inputs harmful to human health, animal health and the environment.
Do not use transgenic seeds.
It retains water with organic matter to fertilize the soil.
It maintains a balance between pests and their natural predators through healthy soil. Uses biological control with beneficial insects.
Soil fertility is maintained or improved by organic fertilization and crop rotation.
Organic cotton cultivation began in the 1980s and grew rapidly from 1991 onwards.
The bamboo yarn is 100% made from bamboo itself.
As a 100% cellulosic fibre degrades 100% in the soil, by microorganisms and sunlight, without causing harm or risks to the environment.
The bamboo yarn has strong durability, stability, round and smooth surface and can be spun purely or blended with other fibres.
Softer than cotton, the bamboo fibre has a natural shine on its surface, similar to silk and cashmere.
Anti-bacterial fibre absorbs and evaporates human sweat giving the skin a chance to breathe free.
The raw material for the manufacture of Lyocell is high-quality wood dissolved in a solution of little or nothing polluting.
The solvent is 99.5% recycled/recovered and sent back to the process, and the reclaimed water is used for post washing treatment of the fibres. This process gives Anti-Bacterial characteristics.
The yarn gives a silky and smooth touch with a great fall.
1st. Hemp is a fibre 5 times more resistant than cotton.
2nd. Hemp is resistant to pests and weeds and does not require fertilizers or insecticides.
3rd. The bush needs four months to grow and get the normal size.
The hemp plant has reduced requirements for water. Is sustainable and has a too low environmental impact.
4th. Its cultivation does not impoverish the soils; its Antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties; It is Biodegradable as decomposes naturally.
Along with the use, the Hemp fabric acquires softness and great skin touch 'cosy like cotton' with the continuous washing.
It is a widely distributed plant on the planet.
It needs a small amount of water to grow, and treatment does not require contaminating pesticides or herbicides.
Fibre extraction does not require chemicals or enzymes.
The yarn has a hollow structure that allows for thermoregulation. It is an antibacterial and antistatic breathable fibre added to high tensile strength.
It is an eco-friendly material that is resistant to disease and vermins.
It is a fibre original from trees in the Latin American region of the Amazon.
The fruit contains a dense mass of fibres that can be made into yarn and applied to towels manufacture.
- 10% lighter than cotton.
- Soft texture like vegetal silk.
- Resistant fibre with excellent humidity management.
- Antibacterial action and environmentally friendly.
With biotechnological methods, the pineapple waste gives white and silky fibres.
The pineapple fibre gives sustainable and environmental-friendly textiles.
Can be used separately or added with other fibres.
Can increase employment opportunities among rural populations.
- After the harvest, the growers use the leaves to produce the fibres.
- Needs less water and chemicals than cotton.
- 3-4 times stronger than cotton.
- 100% biodegradable and decomposes in 6-9 months into the soil.
It has a very long silky fibre and is exceptionally light, and all the best components to make a soft, warm and cosy towel.
It is Natural, Biodegradable and Sustainable fibre.
It is a renewable, biodegradable protein, with little or no synthetic chemicals in the wool treatment. The very small amount of chemicals used in the production of wool is for the benefit and health of the animal.
The natural fibre is made from a protein similar to that one found in the human hair, so, easily decomposes back into the hearth.
It is a sustainable resource made from the simple combination of sunlight, water and grass.