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Our commitment to quality and sustainability translates into an exercise of continuous evolution and innovation. This exercise is directly reflected in the materials of our products. Our variety of threads with which we produce the fabrics allow us to offer our clients the most innovative and pioneering results in the market. Today we are going to tell you about the composition, curiosities and properties of two of them: carbon and hemp.

The new Carbon is a synthetic fiber made up of the union of thousands of carbon filaments. It has mechanical properties similar to steel and is as light as wood or plastic. It has a high capacity to absorb static electricity from the human body, reducing tension and providing well-being during rest hours. The anti-stress, anti-static, antibacterial and odor-inhibiting benefits of carbon yarn are highly recognized. These characteristics make it a fiber that helps to renew the mind and body, facilitating a deeper and more relaxing sleep.


Carbon fiber was initially developed for the space industry, but now, as its price falls, it has spread to other fields where it has many applications, for example, in the aeronautical and automobile industry, where its mechanical properties and lightness are very important.

Hemp fiber is the most sustainable fiber of natural origin of all that exists. It is obtained from the hemp plant and is a thread with great versatility to produce different fabrics from this fiber. It is valued for its high strength and durability. It also absorbs moisture and has 95% UV protection. Fabrics made with hemp fiber have a superior resistance in relation to others of vegetable origin. The more it is used, the softer the fiber becomes. Hemp textiles also have a good grip on dyes, ensuring that they do not fade after washing. It has antibacterial properties, which protect the body and prevent bad odors.


It only takes between 3 and 4 months to mature, also allowing for each plant to produce a greater amount of fibers, around 220% more than cotton.