Market Analysis & Forecasts

2022-07-21

World Technical Textile Markets Report 2022: Focus on product developments and innovations

The "Technical Textile Markets: Product Developments and Innovations, 2022" report from Textiles Intelligence Ltd. has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report provides information on the latest developments in airbags, automotive components, carbon fibres, cellulosic fibres, face masks, hygiene products, nonwovens, protective fabrics, performance fibres and yarns, raw materials for nonwovens, and smart textiles.

The report includes information and analysis relating to the following innovative companies and other organisations:

Autoneum

Ezzigroup

Heathcoat Fabrics

HeiQ

Infinited Fiber Company

Institute of Chemical Technology

Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU)

Nanyang Technological University Singapore (NTU Singapore)

Nordic Bioproducts Group

Ontex

Piana Technology

Stora Enso

Suominen

Teijin Aramid

Toyoda Gosei

University of Calgary (UCalgary)





Key Topics Covered:

SUMMARY

AIRBAGS

Toyoda Gosei has developed an airbag which provides protection to pedestrians

AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENTS

Autoneum has developed an environmentally sustainable felt material for use in the manufacture of acoustic components for automotive applications

CARBON FIBRES

Researchers at the University of Calgary (UCalgary) have developed a method for making carbon fibre derived from bitumen

CELLULOSIC FIBRES

Nordic Bioproducts Group has developed an environmentally sustainable plant-based fibre

FACE MASKS

Ezzigroup has developed single-use surgical face masks which can be composted at the ends of their useful lives

HYGIENE PRODUCTS

Researchers at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) and the Institute of Chemical Technology in Mumbai, India, have developed plant-based dry wipes which are antimicrobial and said to be environmentally sustainable

NONWOVENS

Nonwoven products manufacturer Piana Technology has developed an environmentally sustainable alternative to foams

Ontex Group (Ontex) has developed a thin and highly absorbent diaper core which can help to protect babies' skin

Suominen and Infinited Fiber Company have collaborated in the development of a nonwoven substrate which is derived from recycled textile waste

PERFORMANCE FIBRES AND YARNS

HeiQ has developed a high performance yarn called HeiQ AeoniQ

Teijin Aramid has developed a version of its Twaron fibre which is derived from recycled materials

PROTECTIVE FABRICS

Heathcoat Fabrics has developed a ballistic liner fabric which incorporates Spectra fibre

RAW MATERIALS FOR NONWOVENS

Stora Enso has developed an environmentally sustainable fluff pulp for use in the manufacture of hygiene products

SMART TEXTILES

Researchers at Nanyang Technological University Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a battery which is flexible and biodegradable

List of Figures

Figure 1: Pedestrian protection airbag

For more information about this report visit:

https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/ah803l


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