Soybean Protein Fibres Part 2: Soybean Fibres Properties and Application Areas

Fatma Filiz Yıldırım, Osman Ozan AVİNÇ, Arzu YAVAŞ
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Abstract


Soybean protein fibres (SPF), which is a protein based botanic fibre, has various beneficial
properties such as softness, brightness, smoothness, drape, UV and bacterial resistance. These fibers are
used in production of various yarn blends, woven, knit and nonwoven fabrics to manufature apperal and
home textiles such as t-shirts, bedding, sweater and baby dress due to these superior properties. This review,
about SPF, is divided into two sections. In the first part; structure and production stages of SPF and its
enviromental effects had been described. In the second part of this review, properties and application areas
of SPF have been described.


Keywords


Soybean protein fibers, physical and chemical properties, brightness, end-use applications

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