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Technical fabrics and unidirectionnals

Fibres Recherche Développement - FRD

Description :
Biaxials, or woven fabrics, are assemblies of perpendicular yarns or rovings with specific weave patterns. Their structures determine their mechanical performances in the two directions: 0° and 90°. Unidirectionals are suitable for end-uses where mechanical stresses are applied in one major direction. Fibres, rovings or yarns are lined up and stitch-bonded together or assembled by perpendicularly woven yarns.

Product family :
Intermediate products > Fabrics, nonwovens

Sectors/Markets :

Bio-based content
Natural fibers (flax, hemp)
100%, Calculated by weight percentage

Environmental gain
Reduction of fossil-fuel consumption (weight reduction) and greenhouse gases emission

Geographical target markets, Manufacturing place, Place of supply in plant biomass
Last update 06/02/2018
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