Schiesser Lexicon - Natural Man-made Fibers


Natural man-made fibers such as Rayon, Modal and Lyocell are obtained from the vegetable base material cellulose,
wood, liquid yarn compound or cotton linters (short, non-textitle cotton seed fibers) by various processes.
The fibers of plants and animals are described as natural polymers. Polymer means consisting of large or huge molecules. The cellulose ( natural) man-made fibers are built from the natural polymers of plants (cellulose). The cellulose is dissolved and pressed through a spinning nozzle.

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