Italian warp and weft knitter Sitip will show off a number of its brand new technical knits at June`s Techtextil exhibition with most of the samples highlighting the organization’s consciousness on pairing sustainability with overall performance and generation. According to Sitip, Techtextil is one in all its maximum essential alternate gala’s withinside the calender, with the Italian organization the usage of its 60 years of revel in to exhibit the brand new artificial warp-knitted fabric for the technical business world, and stretch and round fabric for the arena of clothing.
A key subject matter for Sitip can be sustainability. As nicely as collaborating in a unique Forum approximately modern fabric prepared through the Agency ICE, Sitip will show off its new Native Sustainable Textiles collection, a generation implemented to fabric made with recycled yarns and low-environmental-effect chemicals, along side a discounted intake of herbal resources.

Fabrics on display will include:
Native-Strapp RES ACR: 100% PAR, H/cm 127, g/m2 255: a recycled brushed tricot warp knit, made with post-patron yarns, Oeko-Tex certified. This is a hook-receptive cloth and its essential use is for the Medical and Orthopedic sector.
Native-Moon PES: 100% PES Recycled, H/cm 155, g/m2 235: an anti-abrasion recycled tricot warp knit, nobrushed, made with post-patron yarns, certificated Oeko-Tex. The essential use is for the Footwear sector. Native-Parigi NG: 82% PA Recycled 18% PES Recycled, H/cm 160, g/m2 185: a recycled no-brushed tricot warp knit, made with pre and post-patron yarns, Oeko-Tex certified. The essential use is for the Footwear sector.

Sitip specialises in tremendously technical and function-wealthy cloth improvements for sport, technical underwear, shapewear, beachwear, shoes components, defensive helmets, and in particular, velcro-receptive fabric for mechanical fastening systems. It additionally gives some of modern technical fabric for different business end-uses, all made the usage of the organization’s weft & warp knitting generation.