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Technical Textile Markets: Product Developments and Innovations, 2021 - Edition 2

  • ID: 5410452
  • Report
  • August 2021
  • Region: Global
  • 34 Pages
  • Textiles Intelligence Ltd.

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Ahlstrom-Munksj?
  • Albaad Group
  • Avgol
  • FiberVisions
  • HeiQ
  • JOA

This report provides information on the latest developments in antimicrobial technologies, composites, face masks, filter media, hygiene products, manufacturing technologies, medical textiles, nonwovens, protective apparel, smart textiles, and wearable technologies.

The report includes information and analysis relating to the following innovative companies and other organisations: Ahlstrom-Munksjӧ, AirPop, Albaad Group, Algaeing, Avgol, Chalmers University of Technology (Chalmers), Confitex, FiberVisions, FPInnovations, HeiQ, Henkel, JOA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Piana Group, Polymateria, Smartz AG, Teijin Group, Toray, University of Rhode Island (URI), and VTT.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Ahlstrom-Munksj?
  • Albaad Group
  • Avgol
  • FiberVisions
  • HeiQ
  • JOA

SUMMARY

ANTIMICROBIAL TECHNOLOGIES

  • Piana Group has developed an antimicrobial technology called Piana Protection

COMPOSITES

  • Teijin Group has developed two new brands of carbon fibre intermediate materials for use in the manufacture of composite sports products
  • Tenax PW
  • Tenax BM

ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE FACE MASKS

  • FPInnovations has developed a biodegradable single-use face mask for use in non-medical applications

ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE NONWOVENS

  • Albaad Group (Albaad) has developed an environmentally sustainable nonwoven fabric for
  • use in the manufacture of hygiene products
  • Avgol, FiberVisions and Polymateria are collaborating in the development of biodegradable nonwovens
  • VTT has developed methods for making nonwoven fabrics incorporating fibres derived from recycled waste materials for use in hospital applications
  • Cleaning fibres recovered from mechanically recycled textile waste
  • Making nonwoven fabrics incorporating the cleaned fibres

FACE MASKS

  • AirPop has developed a face mask that can be used in conjunction with an app to monitor the wearer’s respiratory health
  • HeiQ has developed an antimicrobial face mask made from nonwoven fabric treated with copper particles

FILTER MEDIA

  • Ahlstrom-Munksjö has developed a range of filter media for use in the manufacture of electric vehicles (EVs)

HYGIENE PRODUCTS

  • Confitex has developed reusable absorbent underwear products
  • Henkel and Smartz AG are collaborating in the development of smart hygiene products

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES

  • Curt G Joa (JOA) has designed an expandable wrap for use in conjunction with absorbent cores

MEDICAL TEXTILES

  • Researchers at the University of Rhode Island (URI) have developed a bandage which can detect infection

NONWOVENS

  • Ahlstrom-Munksjö has developed a range of nonwoven fabrics called TenderGuard for use in the manufacture of single-use face masks
  • Avgol and Algaeing are collaborating in the development of innovative nonwoven fabrics
  • HeiQ has developed an antimicrobial filter material for use in the manufacture of face masks

PROTECTIVE APPAREL

  • Toray Industries (Toray) has expanded its Livmoa range of disposable protective apparel

SMART TEXTILES

  • Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology (Chalmers) have developed an electrically conductive cellulosic sewing thread

WEARABLE TECHNOLOGIES

  • Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed smart clothing products which can sense the wearer’s body movements

List of Figures
Figure 1: Biodegradable face masks
Figure 2: Active+ mask with Halo sensor
Figure 3: HeiQ MetalliQ face mask
Figure 4: Bandage developed by URI
Figure 5: Diagram of SMS fabric used in the manufacture of Livmoa 4000
Figure 6: Livmoa 4000
Figure 7: Textile embroidered with electrically conductive cellulosic fibre

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  • Ahlstrom-Munksjӧ
  • AirPop
  • Albaad Group
  • Algaeing
  • Avgol
  • Chalmers University of Technology (Chalmers)
  • Confitex
  • FiberVisions
  • FPInnovations
  • HeiQ
  • Henkel
  • JOA
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • Piana Group
  • Polymateria
  • Smartz AG
  • Teijin Group
  • Toray
  • University of Rhode Island (URI)
  • VTT
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