Through r & d into new solutions, there will be optimisation of the manufacturing of polypropylene texture threads, starting with a poy (partial oriented yarn) thread, thus providing a new thread with great features.
Research and development of innovative industrial finishings to avoid/minimise pigment oxidation (colour changes) caused by the ozone in woven and knitwear fabrics for the home, decoration and clothes, in order to produce high quality fabrics.
Development of an integrated concept for the further processing of glycerol fraction produced as a by-product in biodiesel plants, including final market product implementation in smes and hydrogen production for fuel cell systems
To construct a pilot plant for the highly innovative recycling processing of used auto tires
To exploit silver's properties to give antimicrobial, antistatic and thermo-regulating properties to textile materials. Either silver-containing yarns or novel finish formulations will be applied to this effect.
One of the most important issues for winter shoes is how to keep feet warm and comfortable while outside temperatures are below zero. The project is based on research.
The main aim is to develop a new generation of textile products containing silver and showing antibacterial and antifungal properties for dressing materials and specific textile goods obtained through finishing methods.
Recycling of polyolefin-mixed films for the production of high-added value ldpe (low density polyethylene) film and pellets
The aim is to develop an innovative dry strength agent, which will allow for maintaining paper and cardboard properties despite an increased use of recycled material.
To improve the energy efficiency of display cases, new optimal geometry for evaporators and a production line for manufacturing evaporators based on that geometry will be developed.