Earth, Atmosphere & Environment Sciences, Material Sciences


Eco-friendly Process for Textile Fibre from Plant Resources for Various Applications


Earth, Atmosphere & Environment Sciences, Material Sciences

Focus Area:

Textile Fibre

Social Benefits:

Downstream fibre separation process based on inexpensive, recyclable, industrial waste material, Less time consuming as compared to conventional methods , Process has flexibility for processing plants having stalk diameter in the range of 8-13 mm , Extracted fibres can be used for making pure yarns or blended yarns

Developing Agency:

CSIR-Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology (IHBT), Himachal Pradesh

Technology Readiness Index:

Market Launch

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Brief Description

Description :

This process finds application in extraction and separation of natural fibres from underutilized, abundantly available and renewable lignocellulosic biomass.

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