High durability and durability of hemp products
In the 21st century, great attention is paid to the protection and protection of the environment and the use of environmentally friendly goods, in particular clothing and footwear. As a result, there is growing interest in the use of bast fibers: flax, hemp socks.
Today, cotton is the main raw material for the production of textile products.
Even in ancient times, people all over produced cannabis fabrics. Such a fabric has attractive natural properties:
- high strength and durability due to the content of 77% cellulose;
- high resistance to stretching, that is, retaining the form during washing;
- the ability to absorb moisture up to 50% of its mass, which characterizes their hygiene and provides the optimum human heat transfer;
- protection of the human body from harmful effects of the external environment (ultraviolet radiation, static electricity, fungal diseases, etc.).
The use of products with a high content of synthetic yarns can lead to a violation of the natural heat exchange of the body resulting from the low hygroscopicity of synthetic fibers. As a result, there may be an unpleasant odor and the development of fungal microorganisms that lead to dermatological diseases. According to medical statistics and epidemiological studies, fungal foot disorders are available in every fifth adult.
Therefore, clothing and footwear with antibacterial properties and wear resistance are a topical issue.
In hemp socks to the fiber composition is added polyamide thread, which increases the physical and mechanical properties of products.
Due to the high content of cellulose in hemp fibers, socks have flexibility, elasticity, high hygroscopicity, resistance to rupture and abrasion.
A large amount of vitamins and minerals in the fiber provides the ability to calm down and reduce pain, which is a necessary property.
All these factors contribute to increasing the popularity of hemp products.