Bamboo Fiber Made Scarf (12-BR010110-1.3)
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- Model NO.: 12-BR010110-1.3
- Type: Long
- Pattern: Plain
- Origin: China
- Material: Bamboo
- Season: Spring / Autumn
- 180*70+8*2: Rectangle
- HS Code: 62142010
1) Item Name: Bamboo Scarf
2) Style No. 12-BR010110-1.3
3) Style: Solid color
4) Fabric: 100% Bamboo Fiber;
5) Size: 180*70+8*2
6) Weight: 240gram
7) Yarn Count:
8) MOQ: 200PCS
9) Packing: Regularly, 1PC per Polybag;
SHIPMENT TERMS: FOB/CIF/others (negotiable)
PAYMENT TERMS: L/C, T/T, paypal and so on (negotiable).
Bamboo fibre is a cellulose fibre extracted or fabricated from natural bamboo (and possibly other additives) and is made from (or in the case of material fabrication, is) the pulp of bamboo plants. It is usually not made from the fibres of the plant, but is a synthetic viscose made from bamboo cellulose. (In the US, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has ruled that unless a yarn is made directly with bamboo fiber — Often called "mechanically processed bamboo" — It must be called "rayon" or "rayon made from bamboo". However, the EPA noted: "Although the manufacturing process further purifies the cellulose, alters the physical form of the fiber, and modifies the molecular orientation within the fiber and its degree of polymerization, the product is essentially the same chemical as the raw material. "
Bamboo has gained popularity as a "green" fibre. Manufacturers tout the fact that bamboo can be cultivated quickly, can be used as a cash crop to develop impoverished regions of the third world, and is a natural fibre (as opposed to popular synthetics like polyester) whose cultivation results in a decrease in greenhouse gases. Around 75% of all polluting emissions coming from the bamboo viscose process occur in the form of air emissions.
There may be environmental problems with the cultivation of land expressly for bamboo and the use of harsh chemicals to turn bamboo into usable fibre for clothing.
Bamboo is extremely resilient and durable as a fiber. In studies comparing it to cotton and polyester, it is found to have a high breaking tenacity, better moisture wicking properties, and better moisture absorption. In superseding these other fibers in these various areas, supporters of bamboo fiber products and goods tout it as more Eco-friendly than cotton and polyester.