Our product range covers the complete spectrum of nonwovens, woven fabrics, geotextiles, paper products and eco-friendly materials. We also globally source many unique and hard to find fabrics used in special applications.
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A spunlaid technology in which the filaments have been extruded, drawn and laid on a moving screen, to form a web (INDA).
A fabric formed from spunbonded process that has been bonded by one or more methods to provide fabric integrity (INDA). The method of bonding a web by interlocking and entangling the fibers about each other with high velocity streams of water (synonymous with Hydro-entangling).
A process of mechanically binding a web to form a fabric by penetrating the web with an array of barbed needles that carry tufts of the web's own fibers in a vertical direction through the web (INDA).
We also carry polypropylene and polyester created by the following processes:
General term for low density, thick or bulky fabrics, as compared to flat, paper-like fabrics. It is characterized by a high ratio of thickness to weight per unit area. High Loft battings have no more than 10% solids by volume and are greater than 3 mm (0.13 inch) in thickness.
Nylon Scrim Reinforced Paper
Bio Scrim Reinforced Paper
PE Laminated Scrim Reinforced
PE Laminated Kraft
Fabrics made from environmentally friendly fibers produced from some of the following sources:
Post-Industrial Recycled (PIR) Waste - Waste generated from the manufacturing of non-woven and woven material that is reground, densified, and pelletized to be reintroduced back into the manufacturing stream.
Post Consumer Recycled (PCR) Waste - Material recycled from consumer waste (plastic bottles, used jeans, old t-shirts, etc) that can be ground or shredded and reformulated to become textile fibers again.
Bio-Mass - Fibers and material made from wood, a natural replenishable raw material. Fibers can also be produced from cellulose created from PLA (polylactic acid) derived from the processing of plant material.
Weights - 1.9 oz. - 8 oz.
Class 1, Class 2, Class 3 meets the requirements of AASHTO 288