A leading fabric brand for militaries across the globe

This optimized flame retardant curtain fabric Suppliers is a comfort blend of INVISTA T420 fiber and cotton.WICHITA, Kan. These solutions are suitable for use in load carriage equipment, boots, body armor covers, knee/elbow pads and other similar tactical gear.

“Ultimately, our goal is to develop reliable, innovative fabric solutions that help equip soldiers to meet the battlefield challenges of today and tomorrow.Posted October 21, 2016Source: INVISTA’s CORDURA® brand.

Through the brand’s Life Cycle Analysis (LCA)*, 1000d SDN CORDURA® fabrics also have proven sustainability benefits related to energy, water and CO2 emissions versus equivalent weight conventional piece dyed nylon 6,6 alternatives. Long, global CORDURA® brand innovation manager. — October 13, 2016 —

A leading fabric brand for militaries across the globe, INVISTA’s CORDURA® brand will share its latest fabric innovations for military gear and apparel at Future Forces 2016 – Oct.“We are constantly evolving our technologies to address the unmet needs of future soldier programs around the world,” said Anthony Green, global CORDURA® brand business director.

 


Weevknit technology blurs the lines between knit

It was originally created as a vehicle to drive innovation within Pailung and to understand what types of fabrics its growing line of machines could produce, but has evolved into much, much more.

Textiles are about look, touch and feel and Pailung’s advances in weft knit technology and techniques appear to broaden and in many cases blur these boundaries.S.

And for customers who aren’t able to visit the Open Innovation Lab frequently enough, Pailung now sends out swatch books with new and varied fabric designs quarterly to provide inspiration.

Home textiles markets — including mattress ticking, blankets and the upholstery markets — also show great interest for the new WeevKnit line of circular and flat knitting machines recently developed by Pailung.Weevknit technology blurs the lines between knit and woven fabrics. In automotive applications, Honda now uses WeevKnit fabrics in some sport utility vehicles, and Hyundai incorporated WeevKnit fabrics into the Sonata’s upholstery.