Linings of different gram weights meet different requirements for different seasons, while coordinated patterns customise garments with all-over patterns or woven motifs, stripes or cashmere designs in different sizes. In addition to the 2300 colours available as samples, the company can match customers’ samples and reproduce company logos and designer logos on jacquard fabrics made of 100% viscose, 100% cupro, viscose-cupro, viscose-acetate and viscose-Pbt.



Linings made of fabrics of natural origin

Linings made of fabrics of natural origin (cupro, viscose and acetate) and articles made from blends (viscose/acetate, nylon and/or polyester) meet the highest quality standards and are popular with all men’s and women’s clothing manufacturers, from mass production to high fashion. Every lining is the result of in-depth progressive market surveys aimed at identifying the patterns, weaves and colours that will be in fashion next season. Fashion specialists collect information on emerging trends and pass them on to a laboratory team  capable of translating trends and sneak previews into fashionable, appealing linings.

More than 200 different colours are available for each product, with an immediate stock service, making TMR Cederna’s production popular with a demanding clientele aware of the fashion imperatives. Cupro linings offer comfort and wearability, with a cool, fresh feel, suitable for making the most of stylish, tailored clothing. Cellulose’s silk-like qualities, breathability and temperature control

MILAN: washing, dyeing and finishing

In the Milan Gratosoglio plant, which dates back to 1815, oils and sizes are eliminated in a purging plant where the fabric is immersed in a hot bath at 80°C, followed by continuous hot-cold washing against the flow to finally remove all detergent residues, after which the cloth is rolled at the speed of 50 m a minute. The fabric is then dried at a temperature of 130°C by a stenter and subjected to an additional quality control to identify any defects in the yarn or the weave. A Jigger Foulard procedure culminating in mechanical impregnation with a latest generation Küsters Foulard, supported by automatic microprocessor measurement of pressure in the cylinders, prevents dishomogeneities on the substrate (selvage centre) for advanced dyeing. Impregnation itself, the result of the chemical reaction between the colorant and the yarn, takes place with a Jigger: four different lysises in the dyeing bath at a temperature of 80°C ensure that the lining matches the colour sample exactly.

Technical data

100% cellulose acetate linings have a particularly soft, delicate feel.

100% cupro linings offer a silk-like feel with good fit and are non-toxic, non-allergenic and transpiring.

100% viscose linings have a soft feel and look like silk. They offer good resistance to wear and good hygroscopic capacity.

Acetate-cotton blends are washable and transpiring. Cellulose acetate breathes well, while cotton strengthens the fabric.

Acetate-viscose blends combine the excellent performance of cellulose acetate with that of viscose for a soft fabric that is comfortable to wear.

Nylon-cotton blends are particularly strong, lightweight and transpiring. They combine the resistance of nylon with the ability to breathe, strength and washability of cotton.