[Preview PIS 2012] KOTITI, Presenting Various Textile Products like Special Spun Yarns and Moisture Management Finishing Knits10:44 am am August 7, 2012
KOTITI (Director General, Dr. Young-Ryul Kim, www.kotiti.re.kr) will participate in ‘Preview in Seoul 2012′ which will be held at Coex, Korea from September 5(Wed)~7(Fri) with ‘Multi-Structural Spun Yarn’, ‘Patched Yarn’, ‘Hybrid Covering Spun Yarn’ and moisture management textile products.
(Photo: Fabrics using ‘Patched Yarn’ )
The basic parts of fibers are covered with different kinds of fibers periodically along the lengthwise direction of single yarn.
(Photo: Fabrics using ‘Staple-Core Spun Yarn’)
Different kinds of staple fibers(color or material) consist in core and sheath sector of single yarn separately.
(Photo: Fabrics using ‘Hybrid Covering Spun Yarn’)
Different kinds of appearance and cross section are shown along the lengthwise direction of single yarn controlled by length of exposure or ratio of staple fiber and filament.
(Photo: Garment using ‘Conductive Yarn’)
‘Conductive Yarn’ acts as signal carriers and helps to transmit electrical signals between digital devices for wired or wireless communication.
(Photo: Comfortable textiles by quick absorption of sweat (X-sweat))
It absorbs, spreads and transports sweat from skin to outside very qucikly, so sweat remains on back of fabric in less than 3 sec.
(Photo: One-side water repellent/one-side water absorbent product((DuoCool))
It provides water repellent property on the surface of a fabric, quick sweat absorbing and spreading property on back of a fabric and excellent air permeability and moisture transpiration properties.
As the first textile technology institute in Korea, KOTITI is providing specialized technology services through global networks and accumulated techniques over 50 years. Also, we are ensuring the latest test equipment, advanced test analysis techniques and highest-level professionals. In particular, our R&D finding that related to developing new products and new technologies dedicated to the development of Korean textile industry by technology transfer to business. Our business areas are including testing and analysis, quality inspection, technology training, and R&D aimed at developing high value-added technology.
Meanwhile, ‘The 13th Preview in Seoul’, one of the Korea’s largest exhibitions in fiber industry will be held by KOFOTI (Korea Federation of Textile) under four theme of ’TRANS NATURE’, ‘TRANS DIMENSION’,'TRANS SEDUCTION’ and ‘TRANS FUTURE’ with the concept of ‘Trans New’. 400 booths of 250 companies and 10,000 buyers are expected.