The Teijin Group announced that their group companies, Teijin Aramid B.V. and Teijin Frontier Co., Ltd. would showcase advanced solutions contributing to enhanced quality of life at Techtextil 2019 in Frankfurt next month.
Teijin Aramid will showcase high-performance aramid fibers Twaron, Technora and Teijinconex and its UHWMPE Endumax. Its products play key roles in solutions where strength, safety, durability and low weight are required. Also, during the show, Teijin Aramid will share recent industry and market developments with visitors in applications for safety and life protection, such as heat- and flame-resistant workwear, and in ballistic protection, automotive, aerospace and other industrial fields.
Teijin Frontier will exhibit Nanofront, the world’s first 700-nanometer (diameter) ultra-fine polyester fiber featuring superior fitting, slip resistance, heat shielding and filtering properties. Nanofront is used for diverse applications, including clothing, membranes and bug filters.
Teijin Frontier will also present high-performance four-axis textiles offering improved tear resistance and dimensional stability in all directions, a significant advantage compared to conventional two-axis textiles. Four-axis textiles are expected to meet special needs in a diverse range of fields, including general clothing, sportswear and work clothes for manufacturing and construction. The exhibit will additionally present nonwoven molding materials, which are made mainly with polyester staple fiber and offer cushiony, lightweight, sound-absorbent and breathable characteristics that are ideal for vehicle seats and sound-absorbing materials.
J.H. Ziegler GmbH, Teijin Frontier’s automotive interior material supplier, will showcase seating and acoustic materials at its booth (Hall 3.1, Stand B62).
Through their full-scale presence at Techtextil 2019, the Teijin Group aims to demonstrate their strengths in and commitment to high-performance fibers and yarns, as well as the value they add to products and solutions for technical textiles and nonwovens.