Repelling and absorbing water is used in all areas of daily life. In textile applications, this is generally done with home furnishings, clothing products, outdoor products, medical protective products, and so on, each with different levels of demand

Absorption: Accelerated fiber absorption, making it quickly spread out over a large surface area of evaporation, and thus speeding up drying rate to increase the level of comfort, for example fast-absorbing, quick dry shirts. In terms of family products, such as common rags or mops, these products now quickly absorb moisture.

Water spilling: Using hydrophobic fibers, the surface tension of the fabric is treated to a lower the surface tension than that of water, and therefore when water hits it cannot penetrate the fabric, and instead creates water droplets. For example, windbreakers, water resistant hiking wear, umbrellas, etc.

One part absorption, one part spillage: This process fully demonstrates the technology’s effects on both sides of the fiber. On the outer layer is the spill effect, making it difficult for rain to permeate the fabric. The absorbent inner layer effect maintains good regulation, as it may be used to meet the comfort needs of specific areas.

Fiber products that go through water absorption and water repellent processing, allow us to have a more comfortable and convenient life.

Applies to the following areas