Textile Technologies Europe Ltd Product Catalogue - 172 Pages

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Textile Technologies Europe Ltd Product Catalogue

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TEXTILE TECHNOLOGIES TEXTILE TECHNOLOGIES

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TEXTILE TECHNOLOGIES About Us What We Do Our most important product is knowledge. The knowledge of high temperature thermal insulation, industrial and technical textile and their relevant applications. Whether we weave, braid or coating in house or partner with other leading manufacturers, we can make or supply the world’s largest range of technical textiles. Textile Technologies Europe Ltd, formally known as Cheshire Ribbon Manufacturing began production of trilby hat band ribbons in 1900’s. Over the past decades, we have accumulated a tremendous amount of knowledge and experience in...

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TEXTILE TECHNOLOGIES Fibre Types Meta Aramid (Nomex®) Fibre - 220°C - 370°C Meta Aramid Fibre is best known as Nomex® if produced by Dupont™ or Conex® if produced by Teijin™. Meta Aramid fibres are heat and flame resistant and are used in protective fabrics, garments, insulation, and other high-performance applications. It is offered as paper, felt, fabric, sewing thread and yarn. Meta Aramid Fibre has the following key advantages: • • • • Inherently flame-resistant, high-temperature resistant fibre that will not melt, drip, or support combustion in the air. Does not burn but...

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Fibre Types Panox® Fibre - 400°C PANOX® is the industry standard when it comes to fire-retardant textile fibres and is produced by SGL Group (The Carbon Company). PANOX® is an oxidized, thermally stabilized polyacrylonitrile (PAN) fibre, which because of its unique chemical structure does not burn, melt, soften or drip. With an LOI (limiting oxygen index) of over 50%, PANOX® is far superior in this respect to other organic fibres and has a flammability classification of S-a. PANOX® Fibre Textiles have the following key advantages for thermal applications: • Inherently incombustible and does...

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Stainless Steel yarns and textiles have the following key advantages: •    High Temperature Stability -    650°C •    Excellent Thermal Shock Resistance •    Good Dimensional Stability •    High Mechanical Strength • Excellent anti glass marking protective medium •    Incombustible •    Good Flexibility •    High Resistant to Abrasion Often para aramid is blended with stainless steel to provide a more economical product. Basalt Fibre Textiles consist of 8-16 micron Basalt Fibre Filament Yarns that could then be voluminized, texturized, plied, or reinforced with wire for thermal...

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Fibre Types S-Tex Silica Fibre Textiles have the following key advantages for thermal applications: •    High temperature stability •    Good thermal shock resistance •    Good dimensional stability •    Good resistance to chemical agents •    Low thermal conductivity •    Good flexibility • High mechanical strength and is considered stronger than Belcotex® 110 as it is a continuous filament and not staple fibre yarn. •    Max. temperature: 1000°C Textile Technologies Europe Ltd produce cloths, rope laggings / packings, needlemats / felts, sleevings, webbings and fabricated sewn products...

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Fibre Types Refractory Ceramic Fibre Textiles have the following key advantages for thermal applications: •    High temperature stability •    Excellent thermal shock resistance •    Good dimensional stability •    Low density •    Low thermal conductivity • Incombustible but only after decomposition of organic fibre. •    Good flexibility •    Good resistance to chemical    agents • Whilst ceramic alone can resist temperatures up to 1260°C, ceramic textiles are only as good as their reinforcement medium which if E Glass is 550°C, or stainless steel wire 1000°C. Textile Technologies Europe...

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TEXTILE TECHNOLOGIES Treatments, Finishing, Impregnations, Coatings and Laminations Heat Treatment Some textiles particularly webbings, fabric and sleeving are often subjected to a heat treatment prior to application. Often yarn sizings are applied to yarns to enhance their performance in the textile processing stage of production or bindings and weavelocks are applied to textiles to aid cutting and fabrication. These treatments may be considered unfavourable in certain critical applications and so a relatively low heat treatment is applied in ovens to burn off these unwanted finishes...

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Polymer Coatings A wide variety of polymer are used to enhance the performance of the base substrate. Please see below Silicone Coating • Textile Technologies can offer single or double sided coatings of silicone rubber. • Temperature Range: -60°C - 230°C (260°C for red oxide (Supersil®) silicone). • Silicone rubber has a high load capacity even under extreme mechanical, thermal and electrical influences. • Good light, UV, and oxidation resistance. • Considerable resistance to acids and alkaline solutions, weatherproof. • Good dirt and oil repellence, good electrical insulation. PTFE...

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TEXTILE TECHNOLOGIES THERMAL WEBBING TAPES

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Thermal Webbing Tapes Textile Technologies Europe Ltd manufacture an extensive range of webbing tapes made from E Glass, HT750 Glass, Belcotex®, S-TEX Silica, Bio Soluble and Refractory Ceramic fibres. Applications • Suitable for use as thermal insulation to pipes, exhausts and vessels to protect personnel and to minimise heat loss. • Can be easily fabricated into seals and gaskets. • Can also be used in welding applications for stress relieving and for pre-heat insulation. • Industrial boiler, furnace, kiln car door seals • Can be used as oven and furnace fillings and linings. Product Code...

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