About a material that isn't a material

Engineers call it "nonwoven textile fabric“. In common parlance, they are known as nonwovens. In terms of their material definition, they sit somewhere between textiles and paper, between felt, film and leather. They use the benefits of natural materials coupled with the possibilities of modern fibre chemistry – endlessly versatile and with constantly new versions that virtually no other material enables.

Whether fire-resistant or malleable, light-fast or conductive, thick or thin – nonwovens can be designed and manufactured to meet all demands, and in a number of property profiles. High-strength or extremely fine, abrasion-resistant or breathable, water-repellent or weather-resistant. Nonwovens can be tailored to more than 40 physical, chemical and technically relevant profile requirements. No wonder then that nonwovens' applications are virtually endless.

Applications


TWE always brings you the right solution for the widest possible range of applications.

Protection

Our nonwovens can be used as a protective material across many very different areas. Durability is particularly important to us.

Acoustic Insulation

TWE acoustic insulation nonwovens help you to reduce sound and loud noise levels.

Reinforcement

Where materials are needed for support or reinforcement, TWE nonwovens are in demand.

Thermal Insulation

TWE thermal insulation nonwovens are perfect for retaining cold and heat where they are needed.

Cleaning

TWE nonwovens impress with their durability, and remove dirt and impurities with ease.

Absorption

With their exceptional absorption, TWE nonwovens absorb a wide range of liquids.

Filtration

TWE nonwovens can be used to filter both liquids and air.

Distribution

The special structures of our nonwovens ensure that liquids are distributed in a targeted way.

Upholstery

To increase your sense of wellbeing, our nonwovens for upholstery are characterised by their durability and superior comfort.

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