Universal Fibers set to launch revolve fiber at NeoCon

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Bristol, Va. Universal Fibers, a pioneer in sustainable solution-dyed carpet fiber, has done it again. Through its exclusive proprietary technology, the company has created an industry break-through with the development of revolve and will launch the product at NeoCon 2012. An industry first, revolve is Universal Fibers’ answer to marketplace demand for fiber systems that deliver solution-dyed performance with long space-dyed styling capability.

This revolutionary new carpet fiber offers performance benefits associated with solution-dyed nylon including superior colorfastness, built in stain resistance, light face weight advantages, and reliable color uniformity ensuring precision side-match and lot-to-lot consistency.

Available for use in broadloom and modular carpet tile, revolve achieves “natural styling objectives” providing subtle features of organic striated movement throughout the carpet. The color offering is supported with Universal Color®, considered best-in-class by industry leaders. As with all EarthSmart products from Universal Fibers, revolve requires zero water in the dye process, offers mergeable capability and is available with recycled content including post consumer carpet fiber diverted from U.S. landfills.

“We are extremely pleased to be introducing this exciting new product to the market, and gratified by very positive response from the A&D community as well as the global carpet industry,” says Bill Goodman, Universal Fibers Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “We are confident the features and benefits of revolve support our customer objectives for superior performance, innovative styling and leading sustainable technology.“

To see revolve on display; visit Universal Fibers at NeoCon, 7th floor, booth #4082.

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