Protection

Industrial safety

Police

Fire brigade

Military

Security services

High-tech yarn for top performance

For the protection industry we develop and produce functional yarns for the highest technical requirements according to predetermined safety standards and client demands. In this sector, functional, protection and safety regulations require narrow tolerances and these must be observed.

Thanks to our intense collaboration with our global branded fibre suppliers as well as renowned research and testing facilities, we can fulfil unique, highly technical client requests for complex yarn solutions.

Our particular strength is combining multiple high-tech raw materials into a yarn that covers a wide performance spectrum for multi-functional safety clothing.

Products

Weaving yarns

Weaving yarns

Technology

  • Short staple (50-60 mm) and long staple (80-120 mm)
  • Two-for-one twisted yarns, Siro-spun yarns, core-spun yarns
  • Classic and compact spinning

Weaving yarns

Raw materials

  • Meta-aramids
  • Para-aramids
  • Viscose FR
  • Antistatic
  • Pyrotex
  • Elastane
  • Silicone
  • Wool
  • Polyamide
  • Modacrylic

Weaving yarns

Yarn counts

Nm 40/2 to Nm 90/2

Examples

  • Nm 45/2 and Nm 55/2 99Meta-aramids/1Antistatic
  • Nm 40/2 and Nm 50/2 50Meta-aramids/50CV FR
  • Nm 55/2 93-94Meta-aramids/5Para-aramids/1-2Antistatic
  • Nm 55/2 89Meta-aramids/10Para-aramids/1Antistatic
  • Nm 30/1 65CV FR/34Meta-aramids/1Antistatic
  • Nm 70/2 49Meta-aramids/49CV FR/2Antistatic
  • Nm 56/2 and 64/2 blends meta-aramids/MAC/CV FR with/without antistatic

Weaving yarns

Embellishing

Pre-treatment

combed, cross-wound

Dyeing

Almost all types of combed and cross-wound fibre can be dyed using all conventional dyeing techniques

Features for combed and cross-wound fibres

Flame retardant, antibacterial, antistatic, soft touch, filling, stiffening, oleophobic/hydrophobic, seam finishes, special product

etc.

Knitting yarns

Knitting yarns

Technology

  • Short staple (50-60 mm) and long staple (80-120 mm)
  • Simple yarns and two-for-one twisted yarns, core-spun yarns
  • Classic and compact spinning

Knitting yarns

Raw materials

  • Meta-aramids
  • Para-aramids
  • Viscose FR
  • Modacrylic
  • Antistatic
  • Wool
  • Pyrotex
  • Polyamide

Knitting yarns

Yarn counts

  • Nm 40/1 to Nm 85/1
  • Nm 40/2 to Nm 85/2

Examples:

  • Nm 40/1 50WV/50MAC
  • Nm 40/1 50WV/48MAC/2Antistatic
  • Nm 48/1 80WV/20MAC
  • Nm 48/1 77WV/20MAC/3Antistatic
  • Nm 45/1 and 48/1 100Pyrotex
  • Nm 60/1 93Meta-aramids/5Para-aramids/2Antistatic
  • Nm 85/1 48.5Meta-aramids/48.5Para-aramids/3Antistatic
  • Nm 30/1 and 40/1 65CV FR/35WV
  • Nm 30/1 and 40/1 65MAC/35WV
  • Nm 60/1 and 60/2 50Meta-aramids/46CV FR/3Para-aramids/1Steel

Knitting yarns

Embellishing

Pre-treatment

combed, cross-wound

Dyeing

Almost all types of combed and cross-wound fibre can be dyed using all conventional dyeing techniques

Features for combed and cross-wound fibres

Flame retardant, antibacterial, antistatic, soft touch, filling, stiffening, oleophobic/hydrophobic, seam finishes, special product

etc.

Our team

Where everything comes together

We develop unique textile solutions in collaboration with our clients. Our highly motivated team is happy to help you.

Managing Directors

Beate Wilms

Managing Director Sales

Hans-Joachim Gierse

Managing Director Operations

Sales

Matthias Schulz

(Weaving / knitting yarn D, SK, TR, I, F, USA, LT, A)

Harald Zohren

(Technical weaving / knitting yarn D, NL, GB)

Antje Seidel

(Weaving / knitting yarn)

Kerstin Schettler

(Weaving / knitting yarn)

Angela Karpe

(Weaving / knitting yarn)