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Interschutz 2015 Techtextil 2015


TOPAZ Elements




Composites Europe 2015

Composites Europe
22-24 September 2015
Stuttgart
Hall 5
Booth A14 mehr Info




A+A 2015

A+A
27.-30. October 2015
Dusseldorf
Hall 09
Booth 9A75mehr Info






VAP TT




Corporate Video

Corporate video Trans-Textil mehr Info


TOPAZ Composhell
Functional laminates for environmental technology

(24 April 2015)

Topaz Composhell laminates support rotting and composition processes in modern waste utilization plants. The semipermeable membrane laminates enable control of the microclimate within the waste treatment system and thus speed up and optimise the composting and drying of organic waste. mehr Info


TOPAZ Elements
Flame-retardant breathable moisture barriers for firefighters’ protective clothing

(19 April 2015)

In an cooperation project, Trans-Textil GmbH and the STFI developed
laminates with improved flame-resistance for moisture barriers in fire-
fighters’ protective clothing. The composite materials are produced using
hotmelt technology and fulfill the relevant protective clothing standards.
Integrated in protective clothing systems, they protect from extreme heat
and external moisture, thereby lowering the physiological load on the wearer.
» Technical textiles

 

 


TOPAZ Elements
TOPAZ Elements

(08 April 2015)

Your ideas on how we can improve the performance of our functional
textiles while lowering impacts on man and the environment are very
welcome. We invite you to get to know our Topaz ELEMENTS concept
and share your ideas so we can work on them together. mehr Info



Multifunctional Flame-retardant 
                    Wovens
New! Trans-Textil now able to print multifunctional flame-retardant wovens

(08 April 2015)

Trans-Textil GmbH has developed a new generation of printed laminates
that combine the characteristics of multifunctional flame-retardant
wovens with transfer printing technology. Along with offering optimum
protection against numerous hazards, the textiles enable a wide variety
of colouration and design possibilities. As test results show, transfer
printing does not affect the protective characteristics, surface feel,
breathability, thermophysiological comfort and wearability of the new
laminate types in any way.
» Press release




Oekotex 100
Trans-Textil's product array and contract manufacturing recertified under
the Oeko-Tex standard

(01 April 2015)

Trans-Textil's own products and contract manufacturing services in
the area of functional laminates and transfer printing have gained
recertification under the Oeko-Tex Standard 100. They have thus
been tested for harmful substances according to the standard's
latest criteria. The certificates can be found in thee download
section
of our website.



Energiescouts
Apprentices in action as energy scouts

(22 March 2015)

At Trans-Textil apprentices currently on the lookout for energy-
saving potential. Having learnt the foundations of energy efficiency
in a qualification measure provided by the Chamber of Industry and
Commerce for Munich and Upper Bavaria, apprentices in all areas of
the firm are now engaged in own projects as 'energy scouts'. This
means taking a critical look at current energy consumption levels at
Trans-Textil and drawing up joint suggestions for improvements. This
raising of environmental awareness complements Trans-Textil's efforts
in the area as well as the training it provides in the fields of quality
management and occupational safety.

Photo: Front: The newly-qualified energy scouts; behind, left to right: Björn Athmer (Chamber of Industry and
Commerce for Munich and Upper Bavaria) and energy scout trainer Jakob Kriebel (Arqum GmbH).


VAP 10 years
VAP® technology: 10 years in successful deployment all over the world
New membrane products and enhanced fabrication technology at the JEC

(20 February 2015)

The VAP® membrane-assisted vacuum infusion process has become a
standard in serial production of high-quality fibre reinforced polymers
components. Manufacturers worldwide have come to appreciate the
high process stability delivered by the process with the help of semi-
permeable membranes from Trans-Textil GmbH and Composyst GmbH.
The two partners will be celebrating this success and showcasing related
technology and products at the JEC Europe 2015 in Paris (hall 7.3, booth D6).


Floor structure VAPprocess
Lightweight functional fabrics for flame and heat protection

(04 February 2015)


”The more the better” – this long upheld principle has been abandoned in the
flame and heat protection clothing industry, literally lightening the load on
the wearers of such apparel. These days lightweight functional fabrics are
increasingly replacing bulky textile structures that create an insulating
effect but weigh down firefighters, for example. Yet functional fabrics
should not only offer enhanced comfort and convenience, but also
greater safety.
» Trendbook Technical Textiles 2015

Trans-Textil GmbH will also be exhibiting products and solutions for flame-
retardant and heat-protective clothing between 8 - 13 June 2015 at the
Interschutz in Hannover (Hall 012, Booth A62).


Floor structure VAPprocess
Floor structure for the Airbus A350XWB to be fabricated in the VAP® process

(14 January 2015)


As part of a partnership with Airbus, Elbe Flugzeugwerke GmbH (EFW) of
Saxony has been assigned the task of development, production and delivery
of a new floor component. Working in cooperation with Leichtbau-Zentrum
Sachsen GmbH,
the company devised an innovative floor structure for the
new Airbus A350XWB in an ambitious development period of a mere two
years. EFW will now be undertaking serial production of the respective
components according to the VAP® method, whereby Trans-Textil's aviation-
qualified C2003 VAP® membrane system
will be finding use.



Photo: LZS


Reusable textile for operating room
Reusable textile for the operating room of the future

(22 December 2014)


In its "Operating Room of the Future" project, DTV Med, a section of the
German Textile Cleaning Association (DTV), addresses the challenges that
clinics will soon be facing. Along with cost-effectiveness and sustainability,
these involve issues such as the requirements that new generation of
employees and patients expect functional textiles to fulfil. Deployment of
single-use materials in the operating theatre, which leads to considerable
waste, is a case in hand. Reusable textiles in the form of washable surgical
gowns and drapes present a good alternative and are not only sustainable
but also of higher quality. Trans-Textil GmbH is a supplier of such functional
reusable textiles for high-performance surgical requirements.


» see Operating Theatre of the Future



High-Tech Textiles
Experiencing high-tech textiles

(27.07.2014)

Trans-Textil GmbH recently marked completion of building extension
measures at its Freilassing works by holding an Open Day for neighbours,
local business partners and the families of staff members. In the new
company building the guests gained insights into state-of-the-art production
technologies, testing methods and applications in functional textile areas
ranging from medical devices to firefighters' turnout gear and lightweight
construction.



The photo shows Product Manager Thomas Fernandez demonstrating the seal welding technique to Michaela Kaniber, member of the Bavarian state parliament.



Trans Textil Management Team
Trans-Textil expands its management team

(27.07.2014)

Trans-Textil GmbH has appointed Matthias Krings and Manfred Hänsch to
join company proprietor and Managing Director Dipl.-Ing. Wilhelm Krings as
managing partners. The two former authorised signatories succeed Dirk
Schmidt, who has entered well-deserved retirement. As the Krings family
is now holder of all the shares in the business, Trans-Textil remains an
owner-managed limited liability firm on a healthy growth course.



Textile Centre of Excellence
Enlargement of the Textile Centre of Excellence

(27.07.2014)

The building extension measures at Trans-Textil's Freilassing works included
enlargement of its Centre of Excellence for development, production and
testing of functional textiles. The company has invested over 3 million
euros in new buildings, cutting-edge production technology and quality
assurance in Freilassing.



School bus attendants
Professional protective clothing for school bus attendants

(12.06.2014)

The voluntary bus attendants assigned to the Freilassing Secondary
School play an important role in ensuring the safety of students on their
way to school and back again. Trans-Textil GmbH has donated 15 pro-
fessional high-visibility and weathergear jackets to these voluntary helpers
to provide them with optimum protection in every weather, whether hot or
cold, and to ensure they are seen by other traffic participants. The breathable
and particularly lightweight fabric provides protection against foul weather
in accordance with the European EN 343
standard and is certified as
high-visibility warning clothing according to the EN 20471 standard.



Oekotex Standard 100
Trans-Textil sets itself high expectations regarding environmental protection and product safety
Products recertified to the Öko-Tex Standard 100

(22.03.2014)

All products made by Trans-Textil and the production processes involved
not only comply with the latest requirements of laws, regulations and
standards such as Reach but have undergone recertification according
to the latest Öko-Tex Standard 100 criteria. Numerous voluntary measures
such as certification to the EN ISO 14001 environmental standard and the
OHSAS 18001 (OHRIS) plant safety specification and our longstanding
participation in the Environmental Pact of Bavaria all bear witness to our
commitment.
In an effort to uphold our high aspirations by outmatching threshold limit
values, we work in close collaboration with public authority and industrial
partners on forward-looking solutions. Trans-Textil already offers numerous
alternatives regarding membranes, finishes and coatings on an eco-friendly
basis, and is also the producer of Topaz clean4green, an unobjectionable
finish for outdoor apparel and light protecting clothing.



Recertification Audit Ohris
Safety and health at work

(17.03.2014)

Trans-Textil GmbH shows a very high degree of commitment to
occupational and plant safety, as attested to by the Upper Bavarian
Trade Supervisory Office regarding a recertification audit conducted
at the company in line with the Bavarian OHRIS and international OHSAS
18001 standards. In the interests of its employees and neighbouring
businesses and households, Trans-Textil had expanded its existing
quality and environmental management system by a number of further
safety aspects three years ago. In recertification of the system, the
government of Upper Bavaria has now confirmed Trans-Textil's high
occupational and plant safety standards.

Photo: Senior government official Dr. Franz Siglmüller flanked by Dirk Schmidt (left) and
Dipl.-Ing. Wilhelm Krings, managing partners of Trans-Textil GmbH



DTV med
Trans-Textil joins DTV Med

By joining the DTV Med Section of the German Textile Cleaning
Association (DTV)
, Trans-Textil is documenting its commitment to
economical and sustainable textile products for the medical application
field. Companies organised in this section of the DTV supply products to
several hundred clinics and residential care homes. Our functional
textiles are used in leased items such as surgical gowns and drapes
that undergo repeated professional garment washing and reprocessing
cycles.
» Flyer DTV med





Topaz Carbon Membrane
Topaz Carbon membranes

By meeting EN 1149 antistatic workwear requirements in the
breathable moisture barrier, Topaz Carbon membranes enable
a broader range of choices in textile components. The conductive
thread that provides EN 1149 protective clothing its electrostatic
properties is generally woven into the fabric used as the outer layer.
The new Topaz Carbon Membrane by Trans-Textil GmbH provides
the same properties, but in the breathable moisture barrier thus
enabling wider choices in outer fabrics.





Prosys Laser
Laser protection textiles

Trans-Textil GmbH and its partners have brought the European
PROSYS-Laser project to a successful close following three years
of work on innovative textile solutions for active and passive laser
beam protection. Multi-layered products by Trans-Textil are the basis
of the both laser-protective clothing devised for work involving hand-
held laser processing devices (HLD) as well as curtains developed for
use with automated laser machines. The PROSYS-Laser project and its
developments are establishing new standards in multifunctional personal
protective equipment (PPE).

» Project development
» www.prosyslaser.eu




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