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Natural Fibers
Organic Inorganic
Plant Animal Rock Metal
Seed Bast Leaf Fruit Hair Wool Silk
Cotton (CO) Flax (LI) Abaca (AB) Coconut (CC) Camel (WK) Wool (WO) Silk (SE) Asbestos (AS) Metal (MTF)
Kapok () Hemp (HA)     Alpaca (WP)   Tussah (ST)    
Akund() Jute (JU)     Lama (WL)        
  Bamboo (BAM)     Angora Mohair (WM)        
        Cashmere (WS)        
        Horse Hair (HS)        
        Angora Rabbit (WA)        
Synthetic Fibers
Organic Inorganic
Natural Synthetic
Cellulose Origin Protein Origin
From Plant From Animals
Viscose (CV) Soybean (SPF) Casein () Acylic (PAN) Glass (GF)
Modal (MD) Alginate (ALG) Polylactic Acid (PLA) Polyethylene (PE) Carbon (CF)
Lyocell (CLY) Corn ()   Polypropylene (PP) Ceramic (GEF)
  Peanut ()   Polyester (PET)  
      Modacrylic (MAC)  
      Elasthane (EL)  
      Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)  
      Polyamide 6 (PA 6)  
      Polyamide 6.6 (PA 6.6)  
      Aramide (AR)  



Alpaca


General
Fibers are obtained from Alpaca (Lama pacos) from lama family.
It is grown in South America, Canada and Australia.
There is two types including Huacaya and Suri.
It is very important for textile industry.

Applications
Alpaca fibers are used by blending with mohair, silk, cotton and especially wool.
It is used for;
Liner,
Knitwear,
Underwear,
Suits production.

Functions
Alpaca fibers are composed of the inner cortical cells and cells of the outer cuticle.
Fibers are in different colors change from brown to black.
Fiber length changes from 25 to 55cm.

Specifications
Glace
Strong
Elastic
Water-repellent
Soft feel
High strength
High heat holder
Excellent dye absorber
No tend to piling
UV light resistant
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