Chitosan is a natural polysaccharide found in the shells of crabs and shrimp. It is recognized to have significant antimicrobial effect. There are researches on Chitosan's possible health benefits and adsorption of harmful heavy metals.Studies also indicates that the use of Chitosan is beneficial in promoting plant growth and improving soil condition.
Chitosan has become popular as a health food due to its bio compatibility, anticancer effect, blood pressure elevation inhibiting effect, and cholesterol reducing effect, which clearly indicates its safety.
Vonnel M.V.P is a short-cut acrylic (polyacrylonitrile-based) fiber used in papermaking and wet non-woven fabric applications. These fibers have excellent chemical resistance, hydrophilicity, lipophilicity, light resistance, and bulkiness. The lineup of products includes microfibers and split acrylic fiber for utilization in filter, cleaning products, and battery material applications.
This material has a soft texture and anti-pilling property due to the use of special polymers in its production. It is available in different thickness (denier) and can be blended with other materials to meet the needs of any application.
Corebrid Thermocatch is a white, heat-generating, heat-retaining, and conductive fiber developed using our sheath-core spinning technology. This innovative acrylic fiber generates heat by converting sunlight into thermal energy, and also prevents static electricity from accumulating to reduce clinging and crackling sound. Corebrid Thermocatch is a white fiber and so retains the ability of acrylic fiber to show color well. It is therefore and so this material is ideal for winter sportswear and casual wear.
Corebrid B is an acrylic staple fiber with a conductive sheath-core structure and light-absorbing heat generating property. Inserting a high concentration of conductive and light-absorbing heating particles into the core creates a higher level of performance in comparison with fibers inserted using traditional methods.
Corebrid™ is an acrylic fiber produced by the world's only wet-spun, sheath-core composite spinning technology, which was developed by Mitsubishi Chemical.
This sheath-core fiber structure consists of core and sheath which enables different material combination to offer various functions. We are the first company to use such technology to produce this wet-spun fiber type.
VonnelTM is our company’s acrylic fiber brand and the main ingredient is acrylonitrile (AN). It has a soft and warm texture similar to cashmere and wool. It is used in sweaters, cut and sewn products, underwear, and socks. It is also used in non-clothing applications such as eco-fur, blankets, carpets, and non-woven fabric.