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  • Viscose fabric is a type of hybrid nylon fabric. Viscose is used to make nylon and cellophane. Many jackets and outwear clothing are made of Viscose.
  • Rayon is the oldest commercial manmade fiber. The U. S. Trade Commission defines rayon as "manmade textile fibers and filaments composed of regenerated cellulose".
  • The process used to make viscose can either be a continuous or batch process.
  • The process of manufacturing viscose rayon consists of the following steps mentioned, in the order that they are carried out: (1) Steeping, (2) Pressing, (3) Shredding, (4) Aging, (5) Xanthation, (6) Dissolving, (7)Ripening, (8) Filtering, (9) Degassing, (10) Spinning, (11) Drawing, (12) Washing, (13) Cutting.
  • The production of viscose staple fibers soared 11.4% to 2.7 million tonnes thanks to growing demand in nonwovens, textile applications and flame retardant product despite an increasingly unfavourable price differential to polyester staple fiber.
  • The production of viscose rayon begins with purified cellulose. The major source of cellulose is specially processed wood pulp harvested from pine, spruce, or hemlock trees.
  • The nonwoven industry is permanently interested in new biodegradable fibre materials with improved hydrophilic properties and absorbency characteristics. Lenzing has developed two different modifications of viscose fibres with increased absorbency.
  • The Asian countries account for three quarters of the world mill consumption of viscose staple for textile applications, while Western Europe is dominant in mill consumption for nonwovens applications.
  • China is by far the largest exporter of grey viscose fabrics, followed by Indonesia.
  • The world viscose staple fiber (VSF) production and demand has been shown to decline over the last several years worldwide. However, when the eastern European and former Soviet Union countries are excluded from this analysis, world VSF production and demand have actually Increased at a reasonable rate over the last several years .

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