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  • Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus), is a plant in the Malvaceae family.Hibiscus cannabinus is in the genus Hibiscus and is probably native to southern Asia, though its exact natural origin is unknown.
  • Other names include Bimli, Ambary, Ambari Hemp, Deccan Hemp, and Bimlipatum Jute.
    It is an annual or biennial herbaceous plant (rarely a short-lived perennial) growing to 1.5-3.5 m tall with a woody base. The stems are 1–2 cm diameter, often but not always branched.
  • The main uses of kenaf fibre have been rope, twine, coarse cloth (similar to that made from jute), and paper.
  • Kenaf’s major use for several decades was in the pulp and paper industry as a substitution of wood due to world wide decrease of forest resources
  • Rayon is a manufactured regenerated cellulose fiber. Because it is produced from naturally occurring polymers, it is neither a truly synthetic fiber nor a natural fiber; it is a semi-synthetic or artificial fiber.
  • Rayon is known by the names viscose rayon and art silk in the textile industry. It usually has a high luster quality giving it a bright sheen.
  • Kenaf fibers also have a higher reinforcing effect on natural rubber compared with that of synthetic polyester fibers, and improved the rheological properties of the rubber
  • kenaf has attracted attention in recent decades as an abundant natural fiber source in the field of fiber reinforced composites.
  • The major problem raised in the natural fiber reinforced material is the low adhesion between the surface of the filler (natural fiber) and the matrix (synthetic material).
  • Kenaf is ideal for making automotive nonwoven composites because of its high strength and porosity structure
  • Biocomposites filled by kenaf have higher strength and stiffness than ones filled with wood fibre
  • Softer treatment of the kenaf fibers under neutral condition after alkali extraction helps to get finer fibers to pass the carding machine, with nearly no
    negative affect on the fiber strength
  • It was found that nonwovens made of retted kenaf fibers blended with cotton fibers, recycled polyester, and off-quality polypropylene could meet industry specifications of flammability, odor, mildew and strength properties
  • Other than chemical extraction (also called chemical retting), fibers could also be
    extracted from the kenaf plant by bacterial retting, i.e., anaerobic bacteria fermentation or
    dew-retting by aerobic fungi
  • The current state of biopolymer technology usually dictates that synthetic thermoplastics or thermosetting materials, such as polyethylene and polypropylene, are used in commercial biocomposite production

General

  • Kenaf General Information
  • History of Kenaf
  • Kenaf Plant Information
  • Economics of Kenaf
  • Rayon Information
  • Future of the Korean Textile Industry
  • Textile manufacturers for Rayon
  • Glossary of Fibers
  • Natural Fibers
  • Synthetic Fibers
  • Eco Textiles

Properties

  • Retting of Kenaf Fibers
  • Properties of Rayon
  • Physical and Chemical properties
  • Tensile properties of composites
  • Composite Materials

Products

  • Viscose Rayon Fibre
  • Rayon tapes
  • Products of kenaf
  • Natural products
  • Kenaf products
  • Products of Rayon-kenaf

Patent and technologies

  • Non-woven Composites
  • Laminating paper for cushioning material
  • Low density fire barrier material and method of making
  • Fire barrier material
  • Pre-moistened nonwoven webs with visible compressed sites
  • Dispersible nonwoven webs and methods of manufacture
  • Heat-shrinkable cylindrical label,and method of producing heat-shrinkable cylindrical label continuum
  • Paper making from kenaf
  • Technologies for Creating Jute Products

Data sheets

  • Material safety data sheet
  • Kimtech MSDS
  • Minifibers data sheet
  • Newtex MSDS
  • SGL data sheet

Company profiles

  • Company from Mumbai
  • Company from USA
  • Company from China
  • Company & Manufacturing facilities

Reports

  • Composites
  • Biocomposites Technology
  • Jute Reinforced Polyolefines for Industrial Applications
  • Polymer biocomposites with renewable sources
  • Polymer composites
  • Biocomposutes
  • Cultivation and Production of Environment-friendly Jute/ Kenaf fibres in Myanmar and Review on Diversified Application of Jute/ Kenaf.
  • An evaluation of rayon as a competitor of cotton.

Projects

  • Farm Machinery
  • Biocomposite Processing
  • Developing a kenaf pulp mill project
  • Processing steps
  • Panel manufacturing
  • Fiber Markets
  • Vacuum Drying
  • Project Information source
  • Integrated Project Biocomp
  • Feasibility - Hemp textile production
  • Technology consultancy company
  • A Kenaf Project Under Development In Honduras
  • Kenaf in the ecoparadise of Belize
  • Preparation of rayon by cuprammonium process
  • Chemistry Project to Prepare Rayon Threads From Filter Paper

Uses

  • Uses of kenaf
  • New uses for Kenaf
  • Industrial Uses of Rayon Thread
  • Manufactured Fiber Uses

Suppliers

  • Kenaf suppliers
  • Kenaf Manufacturers
  • Rayon suppliers
  • Manufacturers of Rayon

Raw materials

  • Utilization of Fibrous Raw Materials
  • Raw materials

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