WO – Wool
Fiber is taken from the Sheep Veil

WV – Wool Virgin
Fiber is taken from the sheep of the first shearing sheep. Generally coming from lambs

WP WL WK WS WM WA WG WY WU WB WT Alpaca Llama Camel Kashmir Mohair Angora Vicuna Yach Guanaco Cashgora Beaver Otter
Preceded or less from wool or fur naming hair of the animal mentioned by side: alpaca, llama, camel, kashmir goat, angora goat , mohair, angora rabbit, vicuna, yak, guanaco, cashgora goat (a cross between the kashmir goat and the angora goat), beaver and otter.

HA – Hair or horsehair
with or without indication of the animal species (eg beef, common goat hair, horsehair) Fur of various animals other than the previous ones

SE – Silk
Fiber exclusively coming from insect repellents

CO – Cotton
Fiber from cotton seed (Gossypium)

KP – Kapok
Fiber coming from within the Kapok (Ceiba pentadra)

LI – Linen
Fiber from the foliage book (Linum usatissimum)

CA – Hemp
Fibers from the Hemp Book (Cannabis sativa)

JU – jute
fiber obtained from the bast of Corchorus olitorius and Corchorus capsularis. For the purposes of this Directive are similar to jute fibers obtained from: Hibiscus-Cannabinus, Roselle, Abutilon Avicennae, Urena lobata, Urena sinuata.

AB – Abaca
Fiber coming from the foliar sheaths of Musa textilis

AL – Alfa
Fiber coming from the leaf of the Stipa tenacissima

CC Coconut
Fiber from the fruit of the Cocus nucifera

GI Root
Fiber coming from the book of Cytisus scoparius and / or Spartium junceum

RA Ramie
fiber obtained from Boehmeria nivea and Boehmeria tenacious.

YES – Sisal
Fiber coming from the leaves of the Sisalan Agave

SN – Sunn
Fiber from the book of Crotolaria cellar

HE – Henequen
Fiber from the Agave book

MG – Maguney
Fiber from the book of Agave caulata

 

Artificial fibers

 

AC – Acetate
Cellulose acetate fiber between 74% and 92% of the hydroxyl groups is acetylated

AG Alginica
Fiber obtained from metal salts of alginic acid

CU Cupro
Reclaimed cellulose fiber obtained by the cuprammoniacal process.

MD Modal
Reclaimed cellulose fiber, obtained by modified viscous process and having high breaking strength and a high humidity module. The breaking force (Bc) at the set state and the force (Bm) needed to cause a 5 percent elongation to the wet state are:
• Bc (centy-one) greater than or equal to 1.3 per square root of T + 2T; • Bm (centinewtons) greater than or equal to 0.5 per square root of T; of which T is the mean mass expressed in decitex

PR – Proteica
Fiber obtained from natural regenerated and stabilized natural protein substances using chemical agents

TA – Triacetate
Cellulose fiber, of which at least 92% of the hydroxyl groups is acetylated

VI – Viscose
Reclaimed cellulose fiber obtained by the viscose process for continuous filament and for discontinuous fiber.

Synthetic fibers

PC – Acrylic
Fiber formed by linear macromolecules that present in the chain at least 85% in mass of the acrylonitrile pattern.

CL – Chlorofibra
Fiber formed by linear macromolecules having in the chain more than 50 per cent in mass of chlorinated vinyl chloride or vinylidene chlorinated monomeric motif

FL – Fluorofibre
Fiber formed from linear macromolecules obtained from flourished aliphatic monomers

MA – Modacrilica Fibers
formed by linear macromolecules in the chain between 50% and 85% in mass of the acrylonitrile pattern

PA – Polyamide (or nylon)
Fiber formed by synthetic linear macromolecules having recurrent amide bonds in their chain, of which at least 85% are related to aliphatic or cycloaliphatic motifs

Aramide A
synthetic linear macromolecule fiber consisting of aromatic groups bonded to each other by amide and imidic bonds of which at least 85% are bound directly to two aromatic nuclei, whereas the number of immidial bonds, if present, may not exceed that of of the Amid bonds.

Polyimide
Synthetic Linear Macromolecules Fiber, Having Recurrent Immidial Reason Chain

Lyocell
Reclaimed cellulose fiber obtained by the dissolution and spinning process in organic solvent without formation of derivatives

PL – Polyester
Fiber formed by linear macromolecules which present in the chain at least 85% in mass of a diol ester and terephthalic acid

PE – Polyethylene
Fiber formed by linear linear macromolecules of unchanged aliphatic.

PP – Polypropylene
Fiber formed by linear linear macromolecules of aliphatic hydrocarbons, of which a carbon atom each two carries a metallic branching in isotactic configuration without further substitution.

PB – Poliureic
Fiber formed by linear macromolecules having in the chain the repetition of the urethane functional group (NH-CO-NH)

PU – Polyurethane
Fiber formed by linear macromolecules presenting in the chain the repetition of the urethane functional group

VY – Vinilal
Fiber formed by linear macromolecules whose chain is polyvinyl alcohol with variable acetalization rate

TV – Trivinyl
Fiber made of acrylonitrile terpolymer of a vinyl chloride monomer and a third vinyl monomer, none of which represents 50% of the total mass.

EL – Rubber
Elastomeric fibers made up of polyisoprene (natural or synthetic) or diene polymerized with or without one or more vinyl monomers which, under traction effort, extend up to three times the initial length, returning to the starting measure as soon as this effort ceases .

EA – Elastane
Exemplary fibers made up of at least 85% of the segmented polyurethane mass, stretching under traction effort up to three times the initial length and returning quickly to this length as soon as the traction force ceases.

GL – Textile glass
Fiber made up of glass.

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