As its name "viscose", there are bamboo viscose, eucalyptus viscose, sugarcane viscose, and beech viscose. all these fibers are produced using similar processes. Bamboo viscose fabric products are made from bamboo "viscose".
After bamboo viscose is extracted from the bamboo plant, it is dissolved in dilute sodium hydroxide to produce a slurry. To make the fiber sufficiently sticky, a ratio of 10-15% bamboo cellulose to 3-5% sodium hydroxide is needed. The solution will undergo multiple fermentation, filtration, degassing. After that, it is fed into a spinneret nozzle and diluted with sulfuric acid through a large container. At this point, the viscose becomes hard. It will then be converted into bamboo filament. After much of the viscosity is removed, the fibers are spun into yarns. The yarns will be knitted into the fabric.
Most of the bamboo plants are grown, bamboo viscose fiber fabric is processed and produced in China.