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Customer Processing
The nonwoven needlefelt process is usually the most appropriate for incorporating Epitropic fibres into a textile structure. A typical nonwoven needlefelt process is described in the following sequential stages;

  Opening and blending – usually up to 5% Epitropic with one or more types of polyester staple fibre
  Cross lapping
  Tacking to woven scrim material
  High density needling
Singeing followed by optional glazing
  Heat setting after optional chemical application

Typical fabric surface resistance of 106-108 ohm square is achieved

Epitropic Fibres Ltd

Epitropic Fibres Ltd.. Vale Mill ..Oakworth ..Keighley ..West Yorkshire BD22 0EB ..UK
Tel: +44 (0) 1535 640130 ..Fax: +44 (0) 1535 643605

Quality approved conductive, anti static, carbon impregnated polyester fibres

BTTG member producing conductive, anti static, carbon impregnated Polyester fibres

OHSAS quality approved conductive, anti static, carbon impregnated polyester fibres

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