Singtex's proprietary S.Café® coffee ground yarn production technology and eco-friendly yarn produced from recycled materials endow textile with new life. Different material characteristics are applied to generate new functionalities for various fabrics, allowing Singtex to reuse resources and contribute to environmental protection.
S. Café® technology, with a low-temperature, high-pressure and energy saving process, combines coffee grounds onto the yarn surface, changing the characteristics of the filament, and offers up to 200% faster drying time compared to cotton. Also, the micro-pores on S. Café® coffee grounds absorb odors and reflect UV rays all the time!
S.Café ICE-CAFÉ™ is another sustainable yarn able to cool down the temperature of our skin about 1 to 2oC compared to common fabrics. The fabric itself has a cooling feel.
S.Café® fabric is famous for its quick-dry, odor control, and UV features. 10th generation S.Café® yarn adopts vacuum sputtering technology (chemical free) to permanently adhere silver to the yarn and almost permanently bacteriostatic.
RRecycled PET bottle from land or ocean, recycled polyester form garment, reuse resources.
Solution Dyed is an eco-friendly production that combining color particles and polyester particles for spinning to achieve no water dyeing and reduce carbon emission. It can also increases color fastness.
Using different spinning method to change the characteristics, touch and appearance of the fabric.
Drawn-texturing yarn (DTY) uses single material to provide fabric stretchability, which can achieve the possibility of garment recycle.
By ATY (Air-Texture Yarn) technology, the yarns have a similar touch and warmth of cotton.
With unique fiber material and structural design, the fabric is used in place of conventional elastic yarns to provide a more eco-friendly and comfortable fabric choice.
Composite yarns and dyes are applied in conjunction with the special air processing technique to produce the cotton-like or better than cotton texture of the yarn complemented by different color visual effects.
Different yarn materials, dyes and differences in air space are applied to create an uneven granulated texture.