Teijin Frontier to Exhibit at Techtextile North America 2023
Atlanta, Georgia – Teijin Frontier will participate at Techtextile North America (Georgia World Congress Center) from May 10th to 12th. We will showcase the high-performance fibers, fabrics as well as converted products. Techtextil North America is the premier event for the ever-growing technical textiles and nonwovens industry. The show provides an optimal platform to explore the various uses of modern textile technologies. Experts come together from all over the globe to share and expand knowledge; showcase innovations and technologies; and inspire new business and contacts.
Our high-performance fibers and fabrics are developed to offer excellent physical properties while maintaining a high level of durability. As a leading global supplier of functional fabrics, we are strongly committed to moving toward sustainability in our material usage and manufacturing processes with no sacrifice in functional benefits.
Below are a few of the exceptional products we will be showcasing:
TECHNO FORCE™ is a high-density ripstop fabric made with our high-tenacity polyester yarn. It is the most suitable material for the main wing canopy in marine sports fields, thanks to its excellent durability, super lightweight properties, and higher tear resistance. We will be displaying specialty backpack products constructed with TECHNO FORCE™ to showcase its unique texture and multiple functionalities
TECHNO FORCE™ Titan
“TECHNO FORCE™ Titan is made with Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE) fiber called “IZANAS®”, which boasts the highest level of tensile strength among commercially available organic fibers. In addition to its exceptional tensile strength, UHMWPE IZANAS® also exhibits excellent low-temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, UV resistance, and high transmissivity
Nanofront® is the world’s first ultra-fine polyester nanofiber. With a surface area about 10 times greater than other fabrics, the undulations at the nano-level produce a large frictional force, providing exceptional gripping power
Tetras axial woven construction improves the tear strength and dimensional stability of fabric in any directions. Tetras can be produced in combination with different types of high performance fibers
Artificial leather is produced by impregnating a non-woven fabric substrate and coating it with a resin, such as polyurethane. When combined with surface polyurethane processing technologies, it can closely replicate the touch, texture, and quality of natural leather