Hyosung is launching a brand new product for swimwear collections called ‘creora highclo’ at the forthcoming Interfiliere trade show in Paris from 4-6 September. The new branded spandex/elastane is said to have superior chlorine resistance and longer lasting fit to meet consumer demand for quality, fit and performance in swimwear.

Creora highclo is engineered from the high power performance family of creora products and aims to provide higher modulus with outstanding quality, uniformity, consistency and knitting efficiencies in warp and circular knitting. According to Creora, as a higher power spandex/elastane, it is excellent for compression, shaping, and now, will retain its power longer after exposure to chlorine to provide lasting fit and shape retention. Creora partner mills with fabrics to be featured at Paris show include Sofileta of France, Cherry Body(Hong Kong), Hyunjin (Korea) Hungyen (Vietnam) and Huiyi (China). End user applications for creora highclo are competitive swimwear, aqua fitness and fashion swimwear.

The graph shows comparative test results for creora highclo, chlorine resistant spandex and non-chlorine resistant spandex.

For intimate apparel, Hyosung will be introducing MIPAN microfine, 20/34 and 30/68 micro denier nylon offerings which are said to be ideal for fine gage, super lightweight, warp and circular knits.

Hyosung will also feature the latest fabrics from creora partner mills and concept garments linked to the creora textile directions for 2012 for intimate, swim, hosiery.

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