We are engaged in the selection, supply, and promotion of textile materials with special properties on the international market. Our clients are such large international companies. There are more than a hundred different materials in our warehouses: silicone, membrane, PU, ​​PVC, acrylic, awning, silica, fire-resistant, and many others.

Technical fabrics can be divided into many categories based on their end-use. The classification system developed by Techtextil, Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH is widely used in Europe, North America, and Asia. Techtextil defines 12 application areas: Agrotech, Buildtech, Clothtech, Geotech, Hometech, Indutech, Medtech, Mobiltech, Oekotech, Packtech, Protech, and Sporttech, Architech (architectural textiles), military textiles, Autotech (automotive textiles), Smartech (smart textiles). They are sometimes spelled Agrotex, Buildtex, Clothtex, Geotex, Hometex, Indutex, Medtex, Mobiltex, Oekotex (Ecotex), Packtex, Protex and Sportex

Our company works with certain types of textiles, such as:

Agrotech (Agro-Textiles)

Agrotextile products are applied in the agricultural machinery sector, with a plant protection approach and crop development and agricultural machinery risk reduction.

First of all, agrotextile provides resistance to weathering and microorganisms, as well as protection from unwanted elements and external factors. Agrotextiles help improve the general conditions in which crops can develop and be protected. There are various textiles, forms of fabrics, fibers, and methods used in agrotextile, which are used in agriculture, mainly for plant protection and in the cultivation of crops, for example, sun nets, thermal insulation and sun protection materials, windshield, bird nets, providing minimal shading and adequate temperature, air circulation to protect plants from direct sunlight and birds.

Agrotextiles include mulch mats, hail protection nets, crop covers, etc. Agrotextiles are used in horticulture, aquaculture, landscaping, and forestry too. Other uses and applications are livestock protection, weed, and insect control.

Buildtech (Construction textiles)

Construction textiles are used in building concrete reinforcement, facade foundation systems, interior construction, insulation, insulation materials, air conditioning, sound insulation, visual protection, sun protection, building safety.

An interesting and aesthetic application is the use of textile membranes for roof construction. This activity is also called textile architecture. High-strength PVC-coated PES, Teflon-coated fiberglass, or silicone-coated PES are used because of their low creep properties. Excellent examples of such construction are found in football stadiums, airports, and hotels.

Clothtech (Clothing textiles)

Technical fabrics for clothing. Technical textiles support the fabric, especially during the finishing process, when the fabric is processed under pressure and at high temperatures. Usually, it is a blend of polyester, modal, rayon, nylon, etc.

Geotech (Geotextile)

It is used for reinforcing embankments or in construction work. The fabrics in geotextiles are permeable and are used with soils capable of separating, filtering, protecting, or draining. Applications include civil engineering, earth and road construction, dam construction, and drainage systems. The fabric used in it should have good strength, durability, low moisture absorption, and thickness. It mainly uses non-woven and woven fabrics. Synthetic fibers such as glass, polypropylene, and acrylic fibers are used to prevent the cracking of concrete, plastic, and other building materials. Polypropylene and polyester are used in geotextiles and dry/liquid filtration due to their compatibility.

Indutech (Industrial textiles)

Textiles are used for the chemical and electrical industries, as well as textiles related to mechanical engineering. Screen printing, filtration, plasma screens, propulsion technology, material handling equipment, soundproofing elements, melting processes, roller coatings, grinding technology, insulation, seals, fuel cell.

Ecotech (Ecological Protection Textile)

New textile applications for environmental protection are floor sealing, erosion control, air purification, water pollution prevention, water treatment, waste treatment/recycling, storage space construction, product recovery, domestic water treatment facilities.

Packtech (Packing textiles)

Packing textiles are materials such as fibers, yarns, fabrics, and polymers used for the production of various packaging, silos, containers, bags, fastening belts, tarpaulins, tents.

Protech (protective textile)

The main purpose of technical protective fabrics is to improve the safety of people in the workplace. Technical protective fabrics can save a worker’s life, which is why most of them are mainly used in the manufacture of personal protective equipment. The demand for these fabrics around the world is growing due to the sensitization of society, which requires more safety at work. There are several organizations around the world (ASTM and ISO) that describe the requirements and rules that a fabric must comply with, which should be considered a technical protective fabric. The purpose of technical protective fabrics is not fashion, they are designed to provide added value in protection against certain hazards.

  • Currently, on the market, you can find technical fabrics that protect against:
  • high temperatures;
  • burns (flame, convective and thermal radiation, firefighters,);
  • arc discharges (plasma explosion, electricity);
  • blows from molten metal (foundries);
  • metal sparks (welding);
  • acidic environment (petrochemistry, gas, oil refining, chemistry);
  • bullet impact (military, security);
  • cuts (gloves, glass industry);

These fabrics are made from different types of fibers because each blend has a different fabric specification.