TENCEL™ Lyocell and Modal cellulosic fibers are versatile, soft & pleasant to the skin. Its versatility to be combined with a wide range of textiles, producing denim, bedding, home upholstery & more defines a new standard of comfort for you.
In 2000, CVC sold the Tencel division to Lenzing AG, who combined it with their "Lenzing Lyocell" business but maintained the brand name Tencel. As of 2017, Lenzing's Tencel brand is perhaps the most widely known lyocell fiber producer throughout the world. 
Our Know Your Fibers series provides information about different types of fibers for our readers. This quarter, we take a look at lyocell. A Brief History of Lyocell. Lyocell is a form of rayon which consists of cellulose fiber made from wood pulp or cotton linter.
WHAT IS TENCEL? TENCEL® is a brand name for a fiber which is also called lyocell, manufactured by the Lenzing AG company.Technically, a fabric must contain at least 30% of these proprietary fibers in order to use the name Tencel, but the term has become more commonly used than lyocell for similar products from all sources.
When asked about the benefits of Tencel (lyocell), Bahulkar rattled off a similar list. "Lyocell is composed of nanofibrils — literally very, very small fibers — which are hydrophilic," a ...
TENCEL® is a brand, the trademark is owned by Lenzing Fibers location Austria. The fibre used for the TENCEL® fabric is called Lyocell. Lenzing Fibers state that the required blend composition must be a minimum of 30% in order to be able to use the brand name.
In powder or fiber form, this material is used in making specialized papers, as an additive for building materials, and in making foam mattresses. Manufacturing Process. The fabric is considered a natural rather than synthetic product because it is made from plant material. To make Tencel® wood chips are mixed with a solvent to produce a wet ...
Closeup of DreamFit 6 Degree Sheet, sheets made of Tencel fibers. Hygiene . Tencel is made of very tiny little fibres which are hydrophilic – literally “water loving.” This means it absorbs moisture away from skin. Nonetheless, cotton is also very breathable and generally non-irritating on the skin, and hypoallergenic.
TENCEL™ Modal fibers are a highly compatible blending partner for cotton and due to the fiber’s sleek cross section, adds long-lasting softness to fabrics, enhancing the touch even after repeated washing. Blending fibers with TENCEL™ Modal fibers significantly improves the softness and overall comfort.
TENCEL™ is a botanic fiber found in nature. It is harvested from Eucalyptus trees and produced through a closed loop manufacturing process, which means it's eco-friendly and safe for the environment. Eucalyptus trees are sustainable, regenerate quickly, and grown free of herbicides and pesticides. Our Lenzing TENCEL™is