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1 1 Tri Ocean Textile Co., Ltd. DreamFel® Performance of Polypropylene

2 2 What is the Polyolefin’s world

3 3 DreamFel® ’s Manufacture Process Additive PP Chip Spinning FDY KnittingWeaving PP Blend : Pretreatment / Dyeing / Finishing Fabric Fancy Yarn Air Textured Yarn Draw Textured Yarn Air Covering Yarn PP Gray : Pretreatment / Finishing Elastic Taslan

4 4 Properties 1.Moisture Transfer PP is the least absorbent of the textile fibers. It does not wet out. In fact, PP “adsorb” water, moving moisture in the vapor stage to the outside of the fabric, never holding any moisture. An added benefit is the breathablility of PP. The moisture moves away from the skin in the vapor stage, before it has condensed on the skin. Condensation on the skin gives rise to a feeling of clamminess. 2.Quick Dry Because PP does not absorb moisture into the fiber, drying time is minimal. The fabric will dry while you wear it.

5 5 3.Lightweight PP is the lightest of all apparel fibers and is lighter than water. It is 30% lighter than polyester, and 20% lighter than nylon. Regardless of the activity, weight saved means energy is saved for improved performance. You get more bulk and warmth for less weight. 4.Thermal Conductivity PP possesses the lowest thermal conductivity of any natural or synthetic fiber. This means that more heat is retained for a longer length of time. The wearer stays warmer longer. The insulation factor is greater by weight for PP than other fiber.

6 6 5.Chemical Resistant  PP will not react to ordinary chemicals or degrade due to sweat and body salts.  Therefore, if washed with bleach or harsh detergents, polyolefin will not break down. 6.No Odor Retention  PP is non-absorbent. It is hydrophobic, so bacteria and mold can not survive on the non-moisture surface of the DreamFel® fabric.  A garment that is washed regularly in hot or warm water with detergent will not retain body odors.  Note that the PP is lipophilic; therefore, when you wear PP clothes for several days without washing your body, the body oil will generate smell of the grease which will stick on PP surface, but it can be washed.

7 7 7.Colorfastness PP is precolored in the liquid stage so the color in the fiber is part of the fiber itself. Why is this significant? PP will hold color longer than other fibers. During outdoor activities, washing or wear and tear your garment stays looking newer longer. Who said outdoor enthusiasts don’t want to look good? 8.Abrasion Resistant PP is a durable fiber, and will withstand a lot of wear and tear. This will help preserve those pressure points where clothing tends to wear, like in the seat.

8 8 9.Environmentally Polymerization process : saving energy PP belong to polyaddition, it can release heat. Spinning process : low energy exhaust The spinning temperature of PP is lower than polyester and nylon. The waste yarn can be respinning. There is no waste yarn in spinning process. Dying and finishing process : Because PP can’t be dyed, water is no wasted. Throwing away problem : 1.100% PP can be recycled easily. 2.The harmlessness of this material is approved by FDA & Oeko-Tex Standard 100 class 1 for baby articles. 3.It does not produce any toxic gas or harmful by-products. 4.After throwing away, PP will degrade by sunlight in half year. ※ DATA SOURCE : INNOVA

9 9 CO 2 emissions of fossil Polymers Source: Industrial Biotechnology Volume 6 Number 4 August 2010 PP is the fosssil polymer of the lowest CO 2 emissions.

10 10 The energy consumption of fossil polymers Source: Industrial Biotechnology Volume 6 Number 4 August 2010 PP is the fossil polymer of the lowest energy consumption.

11 11 DreamFel® vs. other fibers

12 12 Electric Property of DreamFel® negative static electric ← → positive static electric  When any two kinds of the above materials cause friction with each other, the static of the left side material is negative and the right side is positive.  When Teflon and glass are in friction with each other, the static is the strongest. GlassNylonWoolRayonSilkCottonAcetateVinylonPETAcylicMetalPPPVCTeflon

13 13 Sunlight Resistance of DreamFel® 1.PET 2.Specially Treated PP 3.Treated PP 4.Nylon 66 5.Normal PP ※ DATA SOURCE : POLISILK

14 14 Shrinkage of DreamFel®  Constant load 15 gram(DIN53866) :

15 15 Influence of Bleaching on PP  bleaching with chlorine : NaClO 2 (80%):2% o.w.f., PH 4.0, 85 ℃ ×40min  bleaching with H 2 O 2 : H 2 O 2 (35%):1% o.w.f., PH 11 ~ 11.5 Na 2 SiO 3 :2% o.w.f., 98 ℃ ×40min

16 16 The Table of Fiber Identification

17 17 Functional DreamFel® 1.Photo-catalytic : DreamFel® - PCAM  The effect of Photo-catalytic DreamFel® : 1.Anti-bacterial. 2.Anti-odor and breaks down organic gases. 3.Generates negative ions(phyton-cide-filled).  Double deodorizing mechanism of photo-catalytic reaction and chemical absorbing reaction.  As long as there is light, photo-deodorant DreamFel® keeps working!  Because of compounding in melt-spinning, the effect is high durability to withstand long usage.  Even weak light from fluorescent lamps is enough for the photo-catalytic reaction to decompose odor molecules.

18 18 Photo-catalytic Reaction  The irradiated light energy makes water and oxygen molecules nearby the surface of the photo-catalyst to become activated pieces, and those pieces oxidize the organic odor molecules absorbed in the ceramics. Finally odor molecule is decomposed to CO 2 and water and the smell is gone. ※ DATA SOURCE:KURARAY

19 19 Test Report of Photo-catalytic DreamFel ®

20 20 DreamFel® has been tested under the following standards  AATCC 100 : Antibacterial Test  JIS L-1902 (2002) : Antibacterial Test  JIS Z-2911 (2000) : Mildew Test

21 21 2.Far Infrared : DreamFel® -FIR  The effect of Far Infrared DreamFel® : 1.It brings about heat storing and insulating. 2.It promotes metabolism and enhances circulation in the long run.  Far Infrared action process : 1.FIR radiation causes resonance in the human body. 2.Vibration of water molecules. 3.Thermal reaction resulting from friction between molecules. 4.Rising of subcutaneous temperature. 5.Dilation of capillaries and acceleration of circulation. 6.Enhanced metabolic activities help remove harmful substances and heavy metals from inside the body. 7.Fast production of new enzymes. 8.Active physiological functions.

22 22 What is Far Infrared Ray 100% 0.2μm0.4μm0.75μm1000μm 6.1%51.8%42.1% Infrared Ray UVVisual Reflectivity of light visual outside of clothing reflectivity curve wave length of light infrared ray reflectance inside of clothing energy transfer LightHeat (IR) Sunlight absorb energy ratio from sunlight

23 23 Heat Retention of DreamFel®  Heat source : 500W halogen lamp  Heat distance : 100cm  Exposure time : 10min

24 24 DreamFel® ’s Far Infrared Test Report

25 25 3.Minus(Negative) Ion : DreamFel® -MI  The effect of Minus Ion DreamFel® : 1.Blood purification, promotes circulation. 2.Inhibit free radicals, enhanced resistance. 3.Regulation of autonomous nerves. 4.Cell activation, waste excretion.  Generation of Minus Ion : 1.Mechanical force, just like waterfall. 2.Sunlight. 3.Static energy. 4.Chemical and biological energy.

26 26 4.Flame Retardant : DreamFel® -FR  The effect of Flame Retardant DreamFel® : 1.Flame retardant PP fibers. 2.Non-halogenated; no interaction with HALS. 3.UV and thermal stability. 4.Flame Retardant DreamFel® is active at low concentrations compared to classical flame retardants. → No reduction in physical/mechanical properties. 5.Synergist with traditional flame retardants. 6.Low cost.

27 27  Kinds of Flame Retardants : 1.Halogenated (Br) / Antimony Oxides 2.Phosphorus Compounds 3.Metal Hydrate  The problem of traditional flame retardants : 1.Processing Problems (Odor, Corrosion, etc.). 2.Loss of Physical / Mechanical Properties. 3.Decrease in UV Stability (Deactivation of HALS). 4.Environmental Concerns.

28 28 DreamFel® has been tested under the following standards  FMVSS 302 Flammability Test for Automotive  CPAI-84 Section 5&6 for Camping Tentage  16 CFR(FF-3-71) 1615/1616 Standard for the Flammability of Children’s Sleepwear  BS-5852 Part1 Source 0 : Cigarette

29 29 5.Super Light : DreamFel® -Light  Hollow percentage 20%, specific gravity is 0.73  Light weight & keeps warmth

30 30 Super Light DreamFel® Compared with other fibers

31 31 6.Multifunctional : DreamFel® -Plus  “+“Cross section combined with hollow section and functional additives.  Function : Moisture transfer, quick dry, heat retention, anti-bacterial, odor removal, optical whitening 、 uv-cut,etc. 。

32 32 7.Laminatable :  Special functional group gives PP best lamination fastness.  Application of laminable DreamFel® : 1.Lamination with Neoprene used in diving suit. 2.Lamination with Coretex used in softshell. 3.Lamination with PVC film used in Luggage. 4.Best fastness of washing by resin after finishing.

33 33 Specialty Cross-section DreamFel® Trilobal DreamFel ® - T (Ever-Bright) + -Cross-Section DreamFel ® - + (Ever-Dry) Hollow DreamFel ® - H (Ever-Warm)

34 34 Applications 1.Thermalwear(underwear) 、 Skiwear  Heat Retention:PP has the lowest thermal conductivity rating of all natural and synthetic fibers. Thermal conductivity is the rate at which a substance loses heat. Because of PP's low rating, more heat is retained than any other natural or synthetic fiber. PP is even warmer than wool.  PP is specified by the U. S. Military for Extended Cold Weather Clothing System (ECWCS). ECWCS is a five layer clothing system for military use in extreme environments such as Alaska and Bosnia. A PP brushed fleece garment is the first thermal layer, the skin contact layer, of the ECWCS system.  PP is soft to the touch and comfortable to wear.  PP Tg point is between -15 to -20 ℃. In a polar environment, compare to the other fibers, it will not become hard and brittle.

35 35 Compare Polymers of Tg PolymerPP NYLON 6 NYLON66PETPTT T g ( ℃ ) -15~ ~8040~45 Polymer Character :  Temperatures below Tg: Glassy State → Hard, Friable  Temperature below the melting point higher than Tg: Rubbery State → Firm Explain : When the temperature is below the polymer Tg, it will become the glass state that will be easily broken, so the lower the Tg region more suitable for low temperature. From the above chart, we see that PP fabric is suitable for low- temperature region.

36 36 Polymer Character

37 37 Companies that utilized PP for thermalwear : Helly-Hansen Rocky Mountain Outfitters Tel-a-Runner Anyweather USA Thermarest Extreme

38 38 2.Dive and Surf  In many cases an PP wetsuit can delay the need for a neoprene wetsuit until later in the season. PP retains body heat and is less cumbersome and more comfortable than neoprene. The spandex in conjunction with the PP gives complete freedom of movement.  For warm weather diving, the suit insulates the body as water temperatures vary by depth and time of day.  For cold weather diving when added protection is needed, an PP wetsuit serves as a neoprene liner which a) eases the diver in and out of the cunbersome neoprene bodysuit, and b) adds another layer of insulation to retain body heat. PP is diving gear which is used year round.  PP does not absorb water, therefore the divingsuit will dry rapidly out of the water.  For surfing, PP is used again as a seasonal replacement for neoprene in both surf and rashguards. Again, it is an insulating fiber to keep the surfer comfortable as he/she goes in and out of the water.  Protection from the sun, jelly fish and sharp coral.

39 39 Companies that utilized PP for diving and surf suit : Diveskins Extremeclothing Olefin Dive Skins and Triolefin Diving Suits Henderson USA Ago Waterwarm-ups Aeroskins

40 40 3.Swimwear  PP does not absorb water, therefore the swimsuit will dry in minutes.  Chlorine Resistant: Eliminates the need for expensive chlorine-resistant spandex.  Complete freedom of movement. PP with spandex has complete 4-way stretch up to 125% in each direction. Most swimsuit fabric has 2-way stretch.  PP is a warmer fiber than nylon. Takes the chill off early morning practices or ocean swims. Companies that utilized PP for swimwear: SPEEDO arena Aquajogger

41 41 4.Activewear and Multi-sport  PP is a warmer fiber than nylon. Takes the chill off early morning or winter work-outs.  Evaporative cooling. The insulative properties of PP enable the wearer to cool down slowly after exercising without getting chilled.  PP is an excellent fabric for cross training and multi-sport. It keeps the wearer warm, dry, and comfortable, important characteristics for skin contact fabrics used in multi-sports.  Complete freedom of movement: PP with spandex has complete 4-way stretch up to 125% in each direction. ※ DATA SOURCE : INNOVA

42 42 Companies that utilized PP for activewear: Dryfibre Reliance HummingbirdA Duradry Dukeathletic Coville,inc. MossBrown Stickman Sports Loffler

43 43 5.Other applications  Tents → lightweight  Curtain → quick dry  Luggage → abrasion resistant, lightweight  Workwear → abrasion resistant,quick dry  Upholstery → environmentally,colorfastness  Hats,gloves → abrasion resistant,keep warm  Sliver knits → lightweight,keep warm  Automotive → environmentally  Outdoor fabric → environmentally  Denim and twills → lightweight,quick dry  Socks and sock liners → moisture transfer,quick dry  Bedclothes(Anti-bacteria) → moisture transfer  Sports and medical textile → moisture transfer,quick dry

44 44 Companies that utilized PP for bag(luggage): Jansport PING PONSA ※ PICTURES SOURCE : APA

45 45 PP in Extreme Cold Weather

46 46 Technology of PP Moisture Management  Dry layer : 1.Against your skin, sweat or moisture transfers to the wicking layer. 2.It can be the hydrophobic fiber (ex.PP) or special cross section fiber(ex.CoolMax).  Wicking layer : 1.It wicks the sweat or moisture from the dry layer to outside of fabric. 2.It can be the hydrophilic fiber (ex.cotton,rayon) or high count filament.

47 47 Dry Test Water dropped on the white skin-side of the fabric quickly slides vertically through the PP and spreads horizontally across the darker wicking layer. 2.The fabric s pressed forcefully between two layers of absorbent brown paper towel to demonstrate how the moisture moves to the face of the garment, away from the skin. 3.The white PP side leaves no moisture on the paper towel. The water exits through the spaces in the PP layer and is not absorbed into the yarn. 4.Notice the difference in the dryness on the paper towel. The PP side of the fabric absorbs all of the moisture. → Which side would you rather have against your skin? ※ DATA SOURCE : TRANSPOR

48 48 Characteristic of PP Moisture Management  DreamFel ® is not coating by wicking agent, it is permanent and lasts up to 100 washes.  PP compared with CoolMax : CoolMax is a polyester yarn made with external channels that move moisture. CoolMax wicks moisture and repels moisture. Once the fabric reaches its saturation point, the spaces between the yarns close and moisture transference and evaporation slows down. PP fabrics go beyond wicking because the PP dry layer is built right in, next to the skin and does not absorb moisture. In effect, the dry layer acts like a “second layer of skin”, allowing moisture and vapor to exit through the spaces in the fabric without saturation – you stay drier longer and dry faster.  DreamFel ® can keep you both cooler and warmer.

49 49 Compare with Cotton  Cellulosic fiber : Cellulosic fibers like cotton and rayon feel great against the skin when dry. Cotton-rich fabrics have to many OHs, therefore they absorb and hold to much moisture. As a result, there is a breakdown in the moisture transport; the fabric becomes saturated and the microclimate between skin and fabric becomes hot and sweaty.  Moisture management fabric : The moisture management technology moves moisture quickly from the skin through the fabric and into the air.

50 50 Design of PP Thermalwear  Helly Hansen 3-Layer Weather System : 1.Inner Layer : LIFA Bodywear LIFA bodywear, made 100% Polypropylene, serves a dual purpose of moisture management and insulation. Using the body’s own heat, LIFA acts as a transport agent to perspiration,moving moisture to the next layer of clothing and away from your skin so that you always feel dry and comfortable. 2.Insulating Layer : Helly Hansen PROPILE/PILE The knitted fabric absorbs minimal moisture and has the unique capability of collecting and keeping the warmth while transporting moisture away from the body. 3.Protective Outer Layer : HELLY-TECH Windproof, waterproof and breathable fabrics give protection against changing weather. ※ DATA SOURCE : HELLY HANSEN

51 51 Notice  Iron free, because of low melting point.  The temperature of dry heat set can’t over 120 ℃, but PP and PET blend fabrics can dye in 130 ℃ hot water.  Don’t use mineral oil base lubricant, because mineral oil will damage PP.  Don’t dry clean.  Different end use utilizes different softening agent : a.If the function of fabric is moisture management, then adding the hydrophilic softening agent. b.If the function of fabric is water repellent, then adding the hydrophobic softening agent.

52 52  Poor adhesion to glues and latex, because of none functional group.  Flammable which melts and burns like wax. If necessary, it must be adding the flame retardant.  Poor UV and thermal stability requires addition of UV stabilizers and antioxidants – when the PP fabrics is used as outdoor, just like car seat, beach umbrella, beach chair.

53 53 DreamFel® Denier Equivalences table  Base on the same volume

54 54 DreamFel® S pecification

55 55 DreamFel® Specification

56 56 DreamFel® Specification

57 57 DreamFel® has been tested under the following standards  AATCC-16E-1998 : Colorfastness to Light→1200 Xenon-Arc Lamp Hours a.Color Change : Grey Scale 4 。 b.Strength Retention : 90% 。  ISO 105 B : Xenotest Exposure Colorfastness to Light Blue standard(Grade) : 8 。

58 58 DreamFel® ’s Quick Dry Test Report

59 59 DreamFel® ’s Colorfastness Test Report

60 60 Thank You Very Much! Business Concept of Tri Ocean Textile Co, Ltd. Trust 、 Reality 、 Innovation


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