MUSA SPP is the scientific name of the Banana Plant. Banana is a nutritious fruit and consists a lot of vitamins. One time when we have collected the banana & banana fiber from the plant and the waste of the plant is not working for any purpose. Some other children playing the plant of fell by a banana. At a time stink of the banana plants and the environment reprehensible.
Not use of commercially Bangladesh. Some other scientists research how to use the waste of banana plants. And how to commercially used and how to manufacture the yarn and how to yarn convert the product. They spend many times research the waste of banana plants and finally find a positive result. They have collected shoots from the waste of plants. And these shoots are given by electric machine but this machine is so costly.
Bangladeshi factory making the machine and per machine price up to 1 lack 30 thousand Tk. And finally got the yarn. The first step of this yarn is Chippy and not dried. So the yarn has dried the temperature and select the fault yarn. When got the best yarn to make the many other things. For example-Hand bag, Handicrafts, Paper, mats, diapers, napkins, filter paper, banknotes, ropes, tablecloths, tea bags, etc.
Banana Plant is used for organic fertilizer. This yarn is not so costly as a result to use many purposes. Banana fiber absorbency is so high and consequently to use the medical purpose for example bandages. Banana plants create the employment sectors a lot of unemployed man & women. When we are arrangement well training process at a certain this yarn export the many others countries. And it creates earning sources for Bangladesh. It’s a sustainable fiber and also sustainable. Banana fiber to making baby products for example baby toys. The green banana paper uses the banana paper to make the wallets and weaves the raw banana fibers to create hand-woven banana fabric items such as laptops bangs and purses.
The banana fiber used in handmade baskets or baskets. It’s not so heavy so easily carry from one place to another place. When this product more fashionable to the customer more want because it’s not so high priced. It’s used to the office, market and many other places. Hence this product sustainable and lasting many other days. One more thing it’s washable and its absorbance capacity high. And when it’s not to uses this product to mix the soil. As a result, remove the stink by the environment.
Banana fiber can also be used marine rope since this fiber has good resistance to sea water .Banana fiber uses yoga mate, mobile phone cover, door mates, curtains, and also comfortable to wear. Summer seasons more uses to making the dress the banana fiber. Coarse woven fabrics for example hessian, sacks, twines, canvas and screens, kit bags, tool bags, luggage covers ,and rags etc.
Properties of banana Fiber:
- It’s a highly strong fiber.
- This fiber has smaller elongation.
- Abaca fiber has strong absorption quality.
- It’s lightweight fiber.
- Banana fiber has physical & chemical Characteristics.
- It’s an eco-friendly natural fiber.
- It’s has tenacity, moisture regain, density, lignin, and many other properties.
- Abaca fiber is also recyclable.
- It’s bio degradable and has no negative side effect on the environment
Banana fiber also known as MUSA fiber is one of the world’s strongest natural fibers. Banana fiber more sustainable alternative to silk. Banana fiber is becoming known in the textile world.
Shahid Abdur Rab Serniabt Textile Engineering College ,Barishal
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