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Interschutz 2015 Techtextil 2015

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JEC World 2016

JEC World
08-10 March 2016
Hall 5A
Booth M6mehr Info


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Environmental Pact of Bavaria
Environmental Pact of Bavaria

(27 November 2015)

Due to its voluntary environmental measures, Trans-Textil GmbH has been
accepted again by the Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and
Consumer Protection as a signatory to the Environmental Pact of Bavaria.
For Trans-Textil this is the third time it is extending its participation, this time
for the term ending in 2020. The Environmental Pact of Bavaria is an agreement
between the Bavarian government and the Bavarian business community and is
based on the shared conviction that natural resources can be better safe-
guarded though voluntary and solid cooperation than through laws and regu-
lations alone. The overarching goal of the Pact is to improve corporate
environmental protection in every business sector. The certificate awarded
to mark Trans-Textil's renewed participation acknowledges its voluntary
commitment to corporate environmental protection and sustainable business

Ready-mades for FRP manufacturing
VAP® 3D: Ready-mades for FRP manufacturing

(22 August 2015)

Specially devised to facilitate the vacuum infusion process in intricate
components, VAP® 3D ready-mades developed by Trans-Textil reliably
remove air and gas residues from the matrix around where they are
deployed. Thanks also to their semi-permeable characteristics, they
support use of VAP® membrane systems over entire component surfaces
in exacting fabrication and repair assignments mehr Info

Component form
Solutions adapted to component form

(22 August 2015)

As part of the AZIMUT and RoCk projects and working in response to calls
for automated and optimized process chains, Trans-Textil and Composyst
have developed a new made-to-shape approach especially devised for large
aviation structures that need to be fabricated in one integral process.
Starting with the geometry data of the Airbus A350 pressure bulkhead, this
involved compiling the layers in the VAP® process lay-up into a VAP® 3D
material kit made up of instant-use textile auxiliaries that have been tailored
to the precise shape of the component mold mehr Info

Automated deployment of VAP® 3D materials
Automated deployment of VAP® 3D materials

(22 August 2015)

The large-scale, multi-layer made-to-shape VAP® 3D solutions come with
robot grip straps for swift, automatic and precisely-positioned layer stacking
in the mold. This almost entirely eliminates the need for laborious cutting work
and other preparatory tasks such as joining, positioning, repositioning and
fixing the layers by hand. The VAP® 3D material kit has already proved its
worth in a trial involving a full-size Airbus A350 pressure bulkhead in the
RoCk Projekt.
» Watch the RoCk project movie

Rainjackets auxiliary police
Keeping auxiliary policy dry on patrol

(08 August 2015)

Trans-Textil has provided Freilassing's auxiliary police reserve with high-quality
weathergear jackets produced out of its functional textiles. The volunteers support
the police as points of contact for passers-by and with their patrols heighten the
sense of security in the local population. The collaborative project between the
town of Freilassing, the police and Trans-Textil is unique throughout Bavaria as
such jackets are not standard in the apparel provided the auxiliary police.

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 
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
of our website.

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
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

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