Industries

Automotive

Textile fibres in automotive applications, encompass a broad spectrum of application including interior fitments, safety facilities, tyre and plastic reinforcement, carpets, fibre composites, sound and thermal insulations, air and oil filters, brake pads, gaskets etc.

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Spinning

Sustainability and circularity concepts are a new focus for the spinning industry as textile manufacturers look for creative ways to save textile waste from landfills. The desire to use recycled fiber in yarns is increasing.

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Geotextile

We offer a wide range recycled PP or other recycled synthetic fibres which are used in a number of different grades of geotextile fabrics.

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Drainage

We offer a wide range of recycled PP fibres and other natural fibres which increase considerable the permeability of the drain pipes and help to stop the possibility of clogging. Also the denier of the fibres are important in draining.

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Friction

The gradual phasing-out of asbestos in automotive brake friction materials in many parts of the world has encouraged extensive research and development into safer alternatives.

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Thermoset

Carbon, para-aramid and other technical fibres are very often used in thermoset applications. One example is carbon fibres used in microspheres which on their turn are put in syntactic composites.

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Compounding / Thermoplast

Procotex Corporation and its daughter company Apply Carbon (FR) is a leading manufacturer of sustainable technical fibres for reinforcing compounds, to make compounds more electrical conductive or to increase their friction and wear resistance.

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Rubber

Reinforced rubber products combine a rubber matrix and a reinforcing material, so high strength to flexibility ratios can be obtained. The reinforcing material, usually fibres such as para-aramid, carbon fibres or natural fibres, provides stiffness, the strength or conductivity.

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Mattress

Procotex is actively committed to eliminate textiles and plastics from entering landfill and oceans by recycling these in to fibres which are ideal to produce matress felts.

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Filter

Nonwoven filtration fabrics are one of the largest market segments in the nonwovens industry. This segment uses mainly man-made polymer and inorganic fibers to produce the filters.

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Insulation

Cheap shoddy coton/polyester and some natural fibres including cotton, wool, flax are used as insulation materials.

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Electric

The electrical conductive properties of carbon in composites are used in different application that are relevant to industrial needs.

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Paper

We can offer a wide range of sustainable fibres which are ideal for making paper. Did you know that we are a major supplier of flax fibres for the production of banknote paper?

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Concrete

Did you know that adding fibres into concrete helps to enhance the concretes performance in both in the wet and hardened state.

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Horse padding

The new development in the building of horse (race) courses: SOILTEX

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Paint

Paints with added fibres are used for industrial, architectural, and automotive applications.

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Seals

The exceptional properties of para-aramid -and carbon fibres allow sealing manufacturers to increase their product performance.

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Coating-adhesive

Our wide range of powders and short cut fibres are used in various coatings applications to improve slump and sag resistance.

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3D printing

Thanks to adding aramid or carbon fiber into the production of 3D filaments, it creates a lighter material and a good inter layer adhesion, dimensional control, and shock resistant making it ideal for tooling.

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Ceramic

When you require a specific ductile behavior or damage tolerance in addition to high hardness, high chemical resistance at high temperatures and low thermal expansion in your ceramics, we can recommend you to blend in our Carbon fibres.

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