synthetic fibers


They contain an antibacterial agent that prevents the growth and propagation of bacteria often found in warm and humid environments. They also contain a fungicide agent that prevents the growth of fungi responsible for mycoses and the proliferation of dust-mites.


These fibers are designed to control the humidity in applications where vapor management is essential. Thanks to their unique technology, these fibers absorb humidity in an optimal fashion and then they transfer it to their surface where it evaporates itself. This allows for the skin to remain dry and the body temperature to stay constant.


Carbon fiber is characterized by its very high tensile strength. Some of the strongest carbon fibers are 10 times stronger than steel, 8 times stronger than aluminum while being many times lighter.


Polypropylene offers several advantages; it is widely available, odorless, non-toxic, tear-proof, very resistant to fatigue and flexion, not dense, chemically inert, sterilizable and recyclable. It is in addition an excellent electric insulator.


Polyester fiber has excellent mechanical and chemical resistance. It offers good resistance to wear, to mold and to moths. It is permanent press capable and dries rapidly. It can be manufactured from recycled plastic materials.