- Recycled blend
- Solution dyed
- Flame retardant
- Bi-component low melt
and Other Materials
- Technical fibres including silver & steel. Anti-static, conductive, thermo, heat & fire resistant.
From the ages for which there are no records, man has been using fibre. Several thousands of years later synthetic (Man-made) fibre innovations have not stopped.
Since the discovery of man made fibers in the 1930’s and 40′s the world has seen a multitude of innovative synthetic polymers being developed into fibres adapted to suit the widest possible applications. Working with leading synthetic fibre manufacturers throughout Asia, Europe & America, from 100% virgin, to recycled and regenerated fibres, Zedtex can offer product to suit most applications and technical requirements.
Polyester, Polypropylene, Nylon, Acrylic, Fibreglass, PLA and Technical fibres (including Silver & Steel).
Industrial, Automotive, Insulation, Bedding & Home Furnishings, Filtration, Non-Wovens, Geotextiles, Building wallboards, Concrete reinforcement, flooring.
Decades of development and application expertise make Collano adhesives & films the ideal solution for sophisticated and unconventional customer requirements. For a vast spectrum of bonding applications these specialty adhesives give you the assurance that the bonding system you use is precisely designed to deliver the best results in your project.VIEW DETAIL
The global trend in packaging has seen PE (polyethylene) gradually replace aluminium as the medium of choice for cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, foods, cleansers & health care products. Squeeze PE tubes are a new advanced packaging medium offering aesthetic appeal, even thickness and a range of finishes. The unique feature of the extruded tube is its flexibility, […]VIEW DETAIL
Through collaboration with our industry partners Zedtex can offer custom made ropes, cables and plied twines or cords. Plied yarns can be developed with specific properties to suit the end use environment and using the world’s strongest synthetic fibers and high grade steel components, rope and cable systems can be developed to substitute steel cables and steel wire rope.VIEW DETAIL
Those early yarns are a long way from the highly technical synthetic yarns available today. Nylon, the first synthetic fibre and forerunner of today’s man-made yarns was debuted just in time for WWII rationing and it’s novel use as a material for women’s stockings overshadowed it’s more practical uses, such as replacement for silk in parachutes and other military use.VIEW DETAIL