Developed by the SDC Enterprises in 2014, SLW has 5 fibre components common with SDC DW, but includes the addition of Regenerated Cellulose (RC) and Silk. The regenerated cellulose component provides an optimum level of staining to accurately predict the staining performance of the principal types of regenerated cellulose (Lyocell, Modal and Viscose), and their blends, used in general apparel. Whilst the silk component allows the assessment of staining on silk apparel and lingerie, and blends containing silk.
It is produced with a narrow weave construction and contains the following components, Silk, Regenerated cellulose, Cotton, Nylon, Polyester, Acetate and Wool. Multifibre SLW undergoes a rigorous quality control procedure conducted by independent UKAS accredited labs. The testing includes the individual yarns prior to construction and further tests on the finished product. The Multifibre is required to pass these tests before each new batch is considered fit for sale.
Major Advantages of SDC Multifibre SLW
- Ribbon construction for economy, ease of handling and stability in use.
- Identification weave built-in to enable easy recognition.
- Stringent Quality Control.
- Product authentication and quality guarantee, delivered via SDC security thread.
SDCE Multifibre SLW can be purchased in multiples of 10 metre or 50 metre rolls.