Eastman Vestera™ cellulosic fiber is a new and effective wood pulp-based alternative for the nonwovens industry. With the flexibility to manufacture a nonwoven that caters to your needs, Vestera is compatible with various processing technologies and can be carded, airlaid, and wetlaid. It can also be processed using associated bonding technologies such as thermal, hydroentangling, ultrasonics, needle-punch, and chemical.
Feel the difference—Eastman Vestera™ cellulosic fiber
The inherent versatility of Vestera makes it an ideal material for developing nonwoven structures for many
applications. Vestera is certified biobased under the USDA BioPreferred program and is biodegradable in soil. It is also naturally soft, giving it the competitive edge in next-to-skin comfort.
Eastman Vestera™ cellulosic fiber is
made in the U.S.A. and produced in a
near closed-loop process. During the production of Vestera, production solvents and material waste are recycled back into the system for reuse. Water returned to source streams is processed in our state-of-the-art, bioactive wastewater processing facility and is routinely tested to ensure that the biodiversity of our local river is receiving clean and safe water. In addition,
Vestera does not require California’s Prop 65 warning.