Jute Fibre Properties and The Use of Jute

Jute fibres surface treated in order to enhance the interfacial interaction between jute natural fibres and an epoxy matrix. The fibers are exposed to alkali treatment in combination with coupling agents and aqueous epoxy dispersions. The surface topography and surface energy influenced by the treatments were characterized.

The use of jute was primarily confined to marginal and small manufacturers and growers, but now it is used as important raw materials for several industries. Present time, jute fabric is vital for packaging and furnishings and as golden fibers for national and international fashion world. Jute fibers are used for making mats, gunny cloth, cordage, hangings, paper, and decorative articles.

Natural jute products are gaining immense popularity around the globe due to the fiber’s properties. Jute is high on tensile strength, is bio-degradable, inexpensive, and does not emit poisonous gasses when burnt. Moreover, advanced manufacturing techniques have also transformed jute into an attractive and versatile fiber, with a high degree of user appeal. A dash of colours, a master’s hand at work, and you have the perfect fabric that can be transformed into almost anything.

Jute Bags & Jute Products
Shopping bags, beach bags, Christmas bags, wine bags, designer bags—these are just a few of the options. The popularity of jute bags has been increasing tremendously both in the international and domestic markets because it is available in the trendiest of design, while being highly utilitarian and eco-friendly.

Jute Apparels
Jute is now moving up the social circles and creating an interest among fashion designers as well. A wide variety of clothing ranging from sarees to suits is being made out of jute. On one hand while, the natural golden shine of jute makes it an attractive textile to experiment with, on the other, the coarseness of the fabric is the biggest deterrent.