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Equipment Guide

Industrial textiles serve many purposes in industrial applications. These fabrics may require the incorporation of an extensive range of physical characters into the design to meet the specific needs of an expansive range of potential use cases. Find manufacturers of industrial textiles in our equipment guide.

Fibers and Yarns

Fibers and yarns encompass a diverse range of materials tailored for specific applications. Man-made fibers, such as polyester and nylon, dominate this sector, offering versatility and durability in textiles, automotive parts, and composites. Glass fibers, yarns, and rovings are indispensable in construction and composite manufacturing, enhancing strength and insulation properties. Natural fibers, like cotton and jute, gain prominence for their eco-friendliness in textiles and packaging. Metal yarns enable innovative solutions in electronics and fashion, leveraging their conductive nature.


Glass fibres, -yarns and -rovings
Natural yarns
Natural fibres
Recycled yarns
Recycled fibres


Industrial textiles are used in a wide range of filtration applications, including air, liquid, and gas filtration. They are made from a variety of materials, including fiberglass, polyester, and nylon. Industrial textiles are often used in harsh environments, and they can be customized to meet specific requirements.


Wet filtration
Dry filtration

Flexible connections

Flexible connections are used in a wide range of industries to connect piping or machines, compensate for movements, vibration, and fluctuations in temperature or pressure. They are safe, long-lasting, and cost-effective.


Flexible fabric connections


Industrial textiles are used for a variety of insulation applications, including thermal, acoustic, electrical, fire, and chemical insulation. They are made from a variety of materials, including fiberglass, mineral wool, and aramid fibers. Industrial textiles are often used in harsh environments, and they can be customized to meet specific requirements.


Thermal insulation


Industrial textiles are used for lifting applications in a variety of industries, including construction, manufacturing, and transportation. They are made from strong and durable materials, such as polyester, nylon, and polypropylene. Industrial textiles can be used to create lifting slings, harnesses, and other lifting devices.


Lifting slings

Packaging and Containment

Textile packaging is used to contain, carry, store, and protect goods. It is a long-established application for textiles and the demand for packing materials is directly proportional to economic growth, industrial production, and trade.


Industrial Covers
Packaging bags

Protection & Safety

Protective textiles are used to protect people from environmental and industrial hazards. They are used to protect against heat, cold, radiation, chemicals, and other hazards.


Industrial Safety Fabrics

Research & Development

In the dynamic landscape of modern industry, innovation is the driving force that propels us forward. Nowhere is this more evident than in the realm of technical textiles, where research and development have become the heartbeat of progress. These remarkable textiles, engineered for functionality, durability, and versatility, are transforming industries as diverse as healthcare, aerospace, and fashion. In this thrilling journey of discovery, scientists, engineers, and designers collaborate to push the boundaries of what textiles can achieve.


Professional training
Research Centers & Institutions


Flexible Connections Ltd
Arville Textiles Limited - TextilesInside
Aerofil International GmbH
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