Our multi-national team of R&D scientists has developed a new and unique application of nanotechnology which provides a means of imparting new qualities to textiles and fabrics. This application is an...
Schoeller is a textile company with headquarters in Switzerland and international operations. The company specializes in the development and manufacturing of innovative fabrics and smart textile...
In 2007 a new company, Burlington® Manufacturing Services (BMS), was formed. This new venture concentrated on selling commission and turn-key yarn package dyeing services for the home furnishings,...
Advanced Thin Film, Inc., founded in 1992, has combined the expertise, skills and innovative research of our highly qualified scientists and engineers with over thirty years of experience in order to...
Nano-Tex, LLC is an advanced materials-based company that uses proprietary technology to create, alter and improve textiles at the molecular level to develop intelligent fabrics for better...
Carmel Olefins Ltd. is Israel's largest producer of polymers and the sole producer of polyolefins.
The Company manufactures and sells:
Low-Density Polyethylene under the registered trade mark...
Konarka builds power plastic that converts light to energy – anywhere. The company develops and manufactures light-activated power plastic that is inexpensive, lightweight, flexible and versatile....
Smalltimes magazine has named textiles company Nano-Tex the 2003 Company of the Year Posted March 2004
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=670 | 26 Mar 2004
From its founder's first-ever patent for goose down insulated garments (1936) to today's high-tech fabrics such as Nano-Care®, Eddie Bauer has always viewed apparel innovation with comfort in mind....
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=789 | 22 Apr 2004
Nano-Tex is one company becoming widely known for its nano-engineered fabrics that repel stains and control moisture levels in a way unheard of a very short time ago. But how exactly do they do such...
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=45 | 23 Oct 2003