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Why Choose Omnimax for Your Textile Needs: Elasticity, Long Lasting Color, and Fine Count

In the ever-evolving world of textiles, choosing the materials is paramount to retain product quality. The right materials will deliver ample performance without compromising garment aesthetics. Quality fashion products will also withstand multiple uses over an extended time, making them more sustainable and environmentally friendly.


As a manufacturer of rubber thread in Indonesia, Omnimax delivers uncompromising quality and innovation. After an acquisition by PT Cilatexindo Graha Alam in 1998, the company can now produce five to ten containers of rubber thread per month with two effective production lines. It has since received an OEKO-TEX certification, meaning that its threads are safe for human use and free of chemicals.


Close-up shot of dark green fabric
Engin Akyurt (c) Unsplash

Here’s why Omnimax may become your top choice for any textile needs — offering a winning combination of three key features.


Unmatched Elasticity

Imagine garments that move with you, not against you. Garments that boast unmatched elasticity allow you to move freely without worry. Clothes made out of breathable, elastic threads will enable a free range of movements and a snug yet comfortable fit that adapts to different body types.


In addition to providing comfort, Omnimax’s rubber thread also retains its elastic properties over time. This translates to long-lasting garments that perform well wash after wash. So, you don’t have to worry about them stretching after long-time use.

Long-Lasting Color Vibrancy

Dyeing threads is a fundamental step in creating high-quality threads. In the early stages of production, these threads are more likely to absorb additives into their fibers and improve their performance. A thread’s ability to retain color vibrancy depends on the quality of the primary material.


By using naturally sourced rubber, Omnimax can implement a rigorous and uniform coloring process that ensures an even distribution of colorants. A good source material will allow the colors to seep into each fiber, dyeing it with vibrant hues, and creating a solid base that does not easily fade. For clothing brands and designers, consistent color is crucial to maintaining brand identity and a uniform look during mass production.


A stack of white rubber threads
Photo (c) Omnimax

Super Fine Count for a Comforting Feel

Did you know that there are multiple types of rubber threads depending on their use? To properly cater to various needs, rubber threads are produced with varying numbers of thread counts. The finer the thread count, the more likely it is to be used for specific applications. Thread counts refer to the number of threads per unit of measure, which influences its elasticity, strength, and suitability for different applications.


Thread counts start from 20 and can stretch up to 110 threads. The smaller the thread count, the more likely it is to be used for heavy-duty applications that require a firmer grip and stronger protection against harsh conditions. Finer thread counts, such as Omnimax’s rubber threads, are meant for delicate garments and comfortable use. Ranging from 90 to 110 threads, these threads can be found in everyday items such as baby diapers to medical items that require compression like orthopedic nettings.


Whether you’re a manufacturer of performance apparel seeking to elevate your activewear, a designer crafting luxurious undergarments, or a company prioritizing both comfort and aesthetics in your textile creations, Omnimax rubber threads offer the perfect solution. For more information on good-quality rubber threads, visit Omnimax by PT Cilatexindo Graha Alam (www.omnimax.id).

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