Structure and properties of cotton fibers before and after wet treatment
structure and properties of non wovens for various end uses
structure and properties of technical fabrics out of textile wastes
influence of mechanical finishing on fabric tailorability
smart functional fabric finishing - wet versus dry treatment - plasma treatment
~Adel Elhadidy, Prof.dr.eng., Mansoura, Egypt
Military vehicles, radomes, sail-cloth, stab-protection, military helmets, hockey-skates, protective footwear, filtration, areostats, frag-vests, back-packs
~Research & Development, Cambridge, Canada
The field of technical textiles and textile properties in the comfort and thermal insulation for the protective clothing and medical professional.
~Technical Support/Services, Giza, Egypt
1.Fire protective cloths
2.Out door clothing(winter)
~Student, Liberec, Czech Republic
We need special fibers with nanotechnology to make new products.
~Pablo B, General Management, Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Upholstery, drapery, wall covering, apparel, trunk liners
~Alan G, General Management, Smithtown, NY
We work with products for sculptors and doll makers
~Susan D, Owner, Bridgewater, MA
Geotextiles, industrial fabrics, non wovens
~Engineering, Consulting, São José dos Campos, Brazil
Aircraft & Aerospace and food processing
~Kevin O, General Management, Dana Point, CA
For filtration and cleaning applications.
~sunil w, manufacturer, aurangabad, india
Creating waterproof fabric shapes.
~Doug S, Marketing/Sales, WASHINGTON, DC
Nets and ropes and sewing yarns
~Noud V., Market development manager, Susteren, Netherlands
~Engineering, Faculty/Staff/Student, Columbia, SC
Using in art design
~Other, Binghamton, NY
Not yet used..
~Engineering, Faculty/Staff/Student, COIMBATORE, India