Due to the experience of the sofrip team and the innovative perspective that we work with, sofrip has developed several colors for acrylic fiber such as (yellow, red, blue, white, and black…)
Sofrip Textile recycling proposes clear and pure different colors of synthetic fibers. This result is achieved due to the severity and dedication of the sofrip team.
This fiber closely looks like wool in its characters. Acrylic fibers are synthetic fibers made from a polymer, called acrylonitrile. This type of fiber is produced by reacting certain petroleum or coal-based chemicals with a variety of monomers, which means that acrylic fabric is a fossil fuel-based fiber, making recycling of this product mandatory to reduce pollution and CO² emissions in the world.
While acrylic in its natural state is very similar to wool, depending on the spinning mechanism used, it can be made to resemble other fabrics such as cotton. Manufacturers can create fur-like acrylic species that can be used in props or clothing.
End uses of acrylic fibers:
Apparel: Sweaters, socks, fleece, circular knits, sportswear, and children’s clothing
Home textiles: carpets, blankets, rugs, upholstery, pile fabrics Outdoor end uses: car roofs, boat covers, awnings, garden furniture, spinning yarns, spinning mills
Industrial end-use: filter materials, building reinforcements, automotive batteries
Recycled textile fibers Packaging
In bulk conditioned in big bale (weight between 220 and 240 kg)
Packaged in white polypropylene (PP)
Wrapped with PET 25 C3 or galvanized wire
Sofrip Textile Recycling gives you the opportunity to test and examine the quality of each kind of fiber for free. Do you want to discover our different sorted textile fibers? Visit here and meet our digital team to book your free samples Now.