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Application of soybean fiber in textile industry

soy fiber textile

Soybean fiber is a new type of regenerated plant protein fiber made from degreased soybean meal, extracted from plant globulin, and synthesized. It is independently developed by Chinese textile science and technology workers and has achieved high-tech industrial production internationally. It is also the only fiber invention with complete intellectual property rights that China has obtained so far.

Before becoming fiber, protein and polymers need to be extracted from soybeans as raw materials, processed with high-tech technologies such as biotechnology, and then wet spun. This type of monofilament has fine fineness, light specific gravity, high tensile strength, strong acid and alkali resistance, and good moisture absorption and conductivity. Better than cashmere in texture, with a luster comparable to silk, cotton has excellent properties such as warmth retention and good skin affinity, and is known as the “healthy, comfortable, and environmentally friendly fiber of the new century”.

A high count yarn blended with over 50% soybean fiber and long staple cotton is used to produce thin woolen sweaters in spring, autumn, and winter. Its smoothness, lightness, and softness can retain the luster and delicacy of worsted fabrics, increase the smoothness and texture, and is also an ideal fabric for producing lightweight and soft high-end suits and coats.

The fabric made by interweaving soybean fiber with real silk or blending it with silk can not only maintain the shiny and flowing characteristics of silk, but also improve its drape, eliminate sweat stains and the characteristics of moisture absorption and skin adhesion. It is an ideal fabric for making high-end clothing such as pajamas, shirts, and evening gowns.

In addition, blending soybean fiber with linen and other hemp fibers is an ideal fabric for making functional underwear and summer clothing; High count yarn blended with cotton is an ideal material for manufacturing high-end shirts and bedding; Alternatively, a small amount of spandex can be added to create a soft and comfortable feel, suitable for making T-shirts, underwear, beach wear, casual wear, sportswear, fashionable women’s clothing, etc., with a very casual style.

Soybean protein fiber was successfully developed by Mr. Li Guanqi, Chairman of Huakang Group, after ten years of research and development, and won the World Invention Patent Gold Award. Mr. Li Guanqi’s invention brought a new revolution to the textile industry, creating four firsts in the history of fiber material development and artificial fiber invention. Firstly, the first successful research on artificial plant protein fibers and their industrial development was achieved. Prior to this, developed countries had been conducting research in this area since the last century. Countries such as the United States and Japan conducted research on soybean protein fibers in the mid-19th century, and the United States even gave their soybean fibers a trade name, but all failed due to not meeting the technical indicators required for textiles; Secondly, he is the first person in the history of artificial fiber invention in China. Soybean fiber is known as the eighth largest artificial fiber in the world, and the first seven types of polyester, nylon, spandex, acrylic, viscose, polypropylene, and vinylon are all foreign inventions. Li Guanqi is the first Chinese person to break the record of zero in the history of artificial fiber invention; Thirdly, as a non professional inventor, I stood on the World Gold Award podium for the first time; Fourthly, as a farmer inventor, he made his first appearance on the podium of a national award.

In addition, soy protein fiber is also the main raw material for making vegetarian meat. To manufacture soy protein fiber, first stir low-temperature defatted soybeans with water or dilute alkaline solution to obtain their solution. Add dilute acid to the solution to precipitate soy protein. The precipitate is washed with water, dehydrated and dried, and then dissolved with alkali to form a spinning

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