Leading European Manufacturer and Global Supplier of Thermal, Industrial and Technical Textiles

  • Supplying the Automotive Industry
  • Heat Resistant Textiles for extreme temperature Environments
  • Supplying the Foundry Industry
  • Supplying Steel and Metal Processing Industries
  • Supplying the Power Generation Industry
  • Supplying the Commercial Aviation Industry
  • Supplying the Wind Turbine Industry
  • Supplying the Glass Transformation Industry
  • Supplying the Aerospace Industry
  • Supplying the Shipbuilding Industry
  • Supplying Water Treatment Industries
  • Supplying the Motorsport Industry
  • Supplying the Mining Industry
  • Supplying the Composites Industry
  • Supplying Industrial Boiler Industries
  • Supplying Reinforcement Textiles to Construction Industries


Shuttle Loom Weaving

A traditional and somewhat slow weaving method but its in high demand for critical high performance narrow fabric applications.
Shuttle loom weaving is a traditional weaving method that utilizes a shuttle (usually made of wood or Tufnol) to pass the lateral horizontal yarn of the weft at right angles through the longitudinal yarn of the warp, thus creating a plain weave construction. Shuttle woven tapes have no 'alien' catch thread on one side (selvedge) like they do on needle woven tapes. The end result is a uniformly woven substrate with a consistent thickness throughout the entire structure, a major advantage for critical use applications in aerospace and high performance applications.
  • Eddy Ashworth