0.05 Denier Ultrafine Fiber! Chinese People Break Their Own World Record Again!

0.05 Denier Ultrafine Fiber! Chinese People Break Their Own World Record Again!

Do you remember the silk stockings that were popular worldwide last century? They were made from the first synthetic fiber in the world—nylon. Since then, more and more chemical fibers have been invented.


Some have argued that without chemical fibers, it would be difficult to solve the clothing problem for people worldwide even if all the land were planted with cotton. Fortunately, with the invention of chemical fibers, the issue of clothing has not become a problem.


It was once speculated that if chemical fibers were fine enough, they might rival natural silk. Thus, a competition of fine fibers swept through the entire chemical fiber industry.


Japan announced the production of 0.3 denier ultrafine fibers around 2000. 0.3 denier means a thread that is 10,000 meters long and weighs 0.3 grams, which was once considered the upper limit of industrial spinning technology, thought to be unbreakable by anyone in the world. Soon after, China produced 0.15 denier ultrafine fibers, lowering the ultrafine record by 50%. Now, the Chinese have broken their own world record! Chinese engineer Bian Shuchang has manufactured 0.05 denier ultrafine fibers. It's like splitting a fiber about one-fiftieth the diameter of a hair into three parts. This type of ultrafine fiber also has a pleasant name—"Island Fiber".


Although the history of chemical fibers is only 130 years, the artificial fibers we have created even surpass the natural cotton, hemp, and wool fibers in nature.


Last century's popular dacron, prohibited from pulling and dragging, prohibited from washing and sun-drying;

Vinylon, absorbing moisture like cotton, with strength surpassing cotton;

Acrylon has the reputation of synthetic wool, used to make suits stiff and wrinkle-resistant;

Spandex has excellent elasticity, often used for underwear or sportswear;

Polyester filament fabric has a pearl-like luster, smooth to the touch, rivaling natural silk;

If island fibers are interwoven into fabric, their performance is even superior to natural suede, finely waterproof, making it a top-grade fabric often chosen for wiping precision instruments.


In China, the legend of "from oil to silk" is staged every day. The former "silk capital" Wujiang, Suzhou, has now become a world-renowned chemical fiber town. Globally, over 70% of chemical fiber consumption comes from China annually.


As fine as hair, light as goose feathers, strong as steel! Unveiling the "King of New Materials"!


Its presence often appears in high-end sports equipment, often helping athletes create new world records;

Using it to make wind turbine blades, lighter and stronger, brings higher power generation efficiency and stronger unit stability;

In the aerospace field, this fiber even launches a fierce attack on metals. People often choose it instead of metal, and the amount of this fiber is used as an important indicator of a country's aerospace equipment level.


It's the famous carbon fiber.


In 1880, Edison, in order to make long-lasting light bulbs, first discovered carbon fibers, but early carbon fibers were prone to breakage and fracture, leading to a long period of dormancy. A century later, people awakened carbon fibers, upgraded formulas and processes, allowing carbon fibers to show their talents and shine. Only then did carbon fibers as fine as hair, light as goose feathers, and strong as steel return to the world and win the title of "King of New Materials" in one fell swoop.


Today, carbon fibers have firmly established themselves in the industrial field, but they are still as expensive as gold, with manufacturing difficulty comparable to chips, and only a few countries in the world can produce them, with China being one of them.


In summary, China is very proficient in the production of ultrafine fibers. If you want to try a textured, environmentally friendly, and biodegradable packaging bag, you must try our bags. We have various materials such as ultrafine fibers, canvas, flannel, cotton, etc., to meet your needs.

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