FINEX™ is a recycled cellulosic fiber produced by Sateri. It is made from bio-based materials, including recycled pre and post-consumer textile waste and PEFC-certified wood pulp from renewable plantations. Finex fibers are designed to be environmentally friendly and sustainable, promoting the concept of circular fashion.
FINEX™ fibers are made from a mix of recycled pre and post-consumer textile waste and other PEFC-certified wood pulp from renewable plantations. The raw materials used in the Finex process are sourced responsibly and sustainably.
The FINEX™ process involves dissolving cellulose-based raw materials in a solvent and then spinning the resulting solution into fibers. The process is designed to be environmentally friendly and sustainable, with a focus on reducing waste and promoting the circular economy.
Finex fibers are strong, durable, and have a soft hand feel. They are suitable for use in various applications, including textile fabrics for apparel and home textiles, as well as non-woven fabrics for wet wipes, facial masks, and other hygiene products.
Finex fibers can be used in a wide range of products, including:
- Textile fabrics for apparel and home textiles
- Non-woven fabrics for wet wipes, facial masks, and other hygiene items
Finex is a sustainable and environmentally friendly cellulosic fiber produced from recycled content and responsibly sourced raw materials.
The process used to create Finex fibers is designed to minimize waste and promote the circular economy.
The use of recycled content in Finex fibers helps to reduce the environmental impact of textile production and supports the transition towards a more sustainable fashion industry.