The aim is the functionalisation of fabrics obtained by weft-knitting for the purpose of using them in first-layer anti-slash protection. Project starts with the research in spinnning process and the specific raw materials will be used in the design of new weave knitted structures.
Research and development of a new process for continuous dyeing using two types of systems in a single dyeing bath. Introducing control substances for the curing and the reactivity of the dyestuffs and the binders
Research and development of a towel manufacturing process to achieve a final product with extreme properties with respect to absorption, softness and density sensation, incorporating advanced auxiliaries, using multivariable analysis methods and looking for a weight reduction.
Research and development of polyolefins for application to outdoor fabrics, from processes of spinning, weaving and advanced finishing.
To develop new phosphorescent polyester fibres with improved durability because the luminescent pigments will be incorporated in the polymeric matrix before extruding the fibres. Therefore, they will have the luminescent property without any rear treatment.
The objective of techwool is to create a new line of wool-based technical textiles with improved properties of comfort, breathability and functional properties that will be achieved through innovative finishing processes and chemical products.
The main goal of the project is to develop more sustainable textile components for vehicle interiors such as headliners and upholstery, which combine biodegradability with enhanced thermal properties compared to commercially-available products.
The goal of the project is to use the ability that certain inorganic materials such as titanium, zinc, zirconium and silicate have to capture and emit far-infrared radiation when incorporated into a cationic polyester fibre in order to be used in medical textiles with health and wellbeing benefits.