Low Melting Fiber, a typical industrial fiber from Huvis can be melted at lower temperature(100~200ºC), thus making it possible to be bonded with other fibers, unlike normal polyester fiber which is melted at higher temperature of more than 280ºC.
Thanks to this quality, the Huvis LMF is an ideal alternative to harmful adhesives. With less usage of adhesives needed, it also contributes to environmental sustainability by generating less carbon dioxide and heat.
Its applications vary from automotive car interiors (door trims, ceiling materials, head liners, etc.), to furniture, construction, and other industrial use.
Currently, the world’s largest LM fiber maker, Huvis produces about 40% of the world’s low melting fiber and exports to 80 countries, including Europe and the U.S.A.
Huvis, the largest chemical material company in Korea, has an annual production capacity of 400,000 tons of Polyester Staple Fiber, 100,000 tons of Polyester Filament Yarn and 100,000 tons of Polyester Chip as well as production of Super Fiber such as Meta-Aramid and PPS Fiber.
These products are highly popular in overseas markets, being exported to 100 countries.
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