The process of taslanising is firing a jet of pressurised air through a nozzle at a specific angle and level of turbulence onto the continuous fibres to create small loops in the filaments on their surface area so that they become intertwined and more resistant.

In this way, the appearance of the yarns is improved and its weaving process is facilitated. They also come to resemble conventional staple fibres with a natural fibre-like appearance.