Marchi & Fildi Group launches metalloplastic yarns made from 100% post-consumer recycled polyester

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2021-11-24 11:55:50 – Italy

The MFT division of the Marchi & Fildi Group has added 100% recycled polyester yarns made from post-consumer material to its Gleaming collection, which has received the GRS (Global Recycle Standard) certification, with the goal of expanding the range of yarns made from recycled raw materials for a more resource-conscious textile.

Metalloplastic yarns are made from recycled polyester with a traceable origin, in accordance with environmental and social principles used throughout the supply chain, and have the same aesthetic attributes and performance as identical products made from virgin raw materials.

The company explains that thanks to their commitment to material development, they’re able to offer metalloplastic yarns made entirely of recycled material; the film used in the creation of flat yarns is also made entirely of recycled polyester, with a cutting quality level. Only metalloplastic yarns with non-recycled polyester flat yarn, twisted with approved fibers, were available on the market until now. This is a significant step forward in terms of implementing a circular economy option for these types of products as well.

Gleaming yarns GRS certified are available in gold and silver, as well as colors and transparent yarns, in a variety of counts, widths, and types, and are excellent for flat and circular knitting, weaving, hosiery, and as a component in fancy yarns.

The Gleaming line, which offers a large selection of yarns in stock, completes the Marchi & Fildi Group's offering. Gleaming yarns come in a variety of thicknesses, widths, and kinds, and can be metalized or translucent, iridescent, refracting, or phosphorescent. There are other pieces in the collection that are resistant to chemical and dyeing treatments.

Gleaming metalloplastic yarns are used in the fashion and furniture industries for unique and fancy yarns and fabrics, as well as accessories and decorations.

External ribbons and labels, as well as technical products such as uniforms and workwear, athletic clothes and accessories, and external ribbons and labels, all use refractive materials.

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