Investigation of the production parameters (fibres, yarns, weaving, knitting, dyeing and finishing) for woven and knitted fabrics of high upf (ultraviolet protection factor) and optimum resistance to weather conditions.
Elaboration of good quality, attractive and ecological textile products using naturally coloured cotton, and development of a technology to process coloured cotton in spinning mills.
Development of new yarn designs with specific physical and mechanical parameters and utility properties for the progressive field of multifunctional technical and protective woven and knitted textiles.
To research, develop, construct and manufacture new types of multifunctional warp knitted and woven textile materials and clothing applying the latest and upcoming fabric innovatons for workwear.
30% of the global production of viscose fibres is used in blends with polyester. In this project, special viscose fibres, which are more environment-friendly and intended for use in blends, will be developed to replace the standard viscose fibre.
The aim is to create new fabric structures possessing antibacterial, antistatic, thermoinsulation and therapeutic properties made of yarns containing silver fibres, for application in medical and apparel textile materials.
Aims to investigate the physical and chemical properties of some modern textile fibres in order to develop advanced methods and norms for distinguishing them from raw materials and woven fabrics.
Aim: to investigate defects in textile yarns and fabrics then to develop procedures for recognition, classification and detection of causes and establishment of influences on quality parameters with the development of procedures for preventing and remedying negative effects.
Aims to investigate the production of fibres and fabrics with semi-permanent antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal and deodorising properties.
Surgical textile materials for external and internal wound closure will be developed based on blends of biodegradable and biocompatible polyesters including synthetic analogues of biopolymers.