Manila Hemp(Abacá)Vegetable Fiber Cloth
The material is taken from Manila Hemp, which belongs to the family Musaceae (banana family). Fiber can be extracted from the petiole. The length of the fiber can reach 0.9-2.7 meters, and it is solid and buoyant. It can be used for Mooring lines and ropes for ships and vessels, papermaking and carpets, etc. The strong properties of Manila hemp fiber have made it a new choice of the development for fabrics.
◙ Heat-resistance/Thermal insulation