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. Industrial textiles are usually designed to incorporate properties that enable them to perform in specific environments.
Agricultural textiles fabrics provide a huge range of woven, non-woven, knitted fabrics that are used for different purposes in, agriculture, landscaping. horticulture, floriculture and aquaculture.
Medical textiles are used in a wide variety of applications. The use of textile products across medical practice and human hygiene remains widespread and based on basic textile properties such as flexibility, filtering, softness, lightness, etc.
Industrial textiles are used in a variety of screening, filtration, and separation processes in the manufacturing of pharmaceutical compounds. These textiles are mainly found in gas-solid and liquid-solid separation applications in both API and finished pharmaceutical processing.
Food-grade fabrics and textiles
There are several fabric food-grade applications to be considered within the food industry, namely, conveyor belting, filtration media, dust socks, and flexible connectors.
Textiles are widely used in construction for various purposes, including reinforcing concrete, creating geotextiles, scaffolding, waterproofing and insulation. They offer benefits such as improved safety, increased efficiency, cost savings, and better performance and durability of structures.
Industrial textiles are used in the automotive industry for various applications such as car interiors, airbags, seat belts, etc. They can be made from different fibers and engineered to meet specific requirements such as flame resistance, strength and durability.