Formosa Taiwan show ‘green’

13 12 2010

http://www.titas.com.tw/e-mail/2010-2011Enews/10+11titasweb/2010-5eng.htm

Formosa Plastics Group participates in TITAS 2010 with a theme of “Clean Formosa, Green Earth” to highlight its responsibility and contribution to the environment while developing high-tech, high values and functional and highly comfortable textile products.

At TITAS 2010, the Formosa Group sets up the image zone for the first time with its eight major products, namely the “Rayon Fiber,” “Polyamide Fiber,” “Polypropylene Fiber,” “Polyester Fiber,” “Acrylic Fiber,” “Carbon Fiber,” “Elastic Fiber,” and “Formosa Taffeta Fabric,” The exhibition area creates an ambiance of high technology and elegance as well as fashion. Also, it presents the product image which Formosa Group highlights: top quality and eco-friendly.

For Formosa Taffeta, this year it introduces the Boometex recycled polyester fabric. Such fabric is developed due to the threat of the global warming and disappearing resources. The company uses recycled PET bottles and nylon as materials to reduce the waste and output of Co2. The fabric is highly functional with high value.

The SmarYa of Formosa Taffeta is a kind of shape memory cotton textile. It uses the polyurethane with the function of so-called “Thermally Induced Shape Memory”. Such cotton has function of memorizing shapes. After washing in 60 degrees of hot water, it can restore its original condition.

Taipei Innovative Textile Application Show (TITAS) 2011 is scheduled to be held from October 12 to 14 at Exhibition Hall 1, Taipei World Trade Center.

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