Fulgar, a European leader in the man-made fibre market with production of nylon 6.6 and covered yarns and an exclusive distributor of Lycra fibre and its specialities for Europe and Turkey, is set to take part in the Invista workshop taking place at Performance Days, this week on November 8 and 9, 2017, in Munich, Germany, in the Invista room- R10. The company will present its innovations in sports.
An entire day will be set aside for the Lycra Sport platform and the innovative PCE measuring system, with a panel of top-level speakers from the textiles supply chain.
Alan Garosi, Fulgarâ€™s marketing manager, will contribute to the debate with a talk entitled â€œInnovation and inspiration for sportswear: EVO by Fulgar â€œThe bio-based polyamideâ€ and Lycra fibre technologyâ€. Describing the innovative solutions that have led to the association of Lyrca Sport PCE with EVO, the bio-based yarn obtained from castor oil. The oil is the product of a non-food plant that grows spontaneously. The resource is totally renewable, does not require large amounts of water and does not take up land that can be cultivated for food production.
Suitable for all textile applications and an ideal sportswear solution, EVO by Fulgar is ultra-light, super stretch, highly breathable, quick drying and non-iron. It features natural heat retaining and bacteriostatic properties, plus a whole series of distinctive values and benefits that provide maximum comfort and unique performance, with full respect for the natural environment.
Alan Garosi said that EVO is a fantastic breakthrough not only in production but also from a social and environmentalpoint of view. They are pleased to be able to offer concrete solutions for the sportswear world that fully combine performance and sustainability.
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