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Conductive Fibers & Films Support Industry Directory

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  • retail outlets,

  • non-conductive base fiber manufacturers,
  • companies that process conductive fibers (weavers, braiders, wire houses, etc.),
  • manufacturers of machines that handle conductive fibers,
  • distributors of products using conductive fibers,
  • schools, research centers
  • allied trade associations.

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Company

Website/Contact

Product or services offered

American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC)

www.aatcc.org

 

Founded for the initial purpose of developing test methods for the textile industry and have developed more than 200 methods over our history, several dealing with electrostatic and electrical properties of fibers, yarns, and fabrics. Please see AATCC Test Method 76, 84, 115, and 134 at http://www.aatcc.org/testing/methods/alphabetical.htm.

American Fiber Manufacturers Association

1530 Wilson Blvd., Suite 690
Arlington, VA 22209
703 875 0432
http://www.afma.org/afma/afma.htm

The American Fiber Manufacturers Association, Inc. (AFMA) is the trade association for U.S. companies that manufacture synthetic and cellulosic fibers. The industry employs 30 thousand people and produces over 9 billion pounds of fiber in the U.S. Annual domestic sales exceed $10 billion. AFMA member companies produce more than 90% of the total U.S. output of these fibers. The membership is limited to U.S. producers that sell manufactured fiber in the open market. The Association maintains close ties to other manufactured fiber trade associations worldwide.

American Cord and Webbing, Inc.

http://www.acw1.com/ WendyHorowitz@Verizon.net

Custom conductive tapes and webbing

AMOHR Technische Textilien GmbH

www.amohr.com
c.mohr@amohr.com

Focus on the combination of custom synthetic and conductive threads in woven and warp-knitted tapes. These conductive elements can be used in the automotive industry or wherever standard electrical connections are not suitable or available.

Biothane Coated Webbing

www.biothane.us

Coating and waterproffing and making webbing conductive.

China EMI Shielding Materials Co., Ltd

www.china-emi-shielding.com 

info@china-emi-shielding.com

Export soft electromagnetic shielding materials like EMI/EMC shielding fabrics,special protective cloth material, silver fiber health clothes. Our main products: conductive fabric, conductive sponge, conductive adhesive tape, EMI shielding gaskets, nickel mesh,c onductive non-woven fabric, conductive elastomer,beryllium copper finger strips,EMI/EMC power line filters and so on.

CreaFibres SAS

http://www.creafibres.fr/

Use their stainless steel spun yarns to knit fabrics 100% stainless steel with our own equipment.  We work also with partners to use their equipment to make woven tapes, tubular braids, needled felts, woven fabrics.   Our markets concern mainly industrial process (textile and others), on high temperature applications and anti-static/conductive applications.  Of course we try to answer to all other requests linked to our products.

Delta Group

http://www.mridelta.com/

Solving critical staffing needs

Fabric Development Inc.

http://www.fabricdevelopment.com/

Customers throughout the world have come to rely on Fabric Development, Inc. for the manufacture of specialty textiles. Our team of skilled textile engineers explores the endless possibilities of current and future fabric applications in a wide variety of carbon, ceramic, aramid, fiberglass, quartz and thermoplastic/carbon blend fibers including Kevlar™, Twaron™, Nextel™, Nicalon™, Teflon™, Gore-Tex™, Nomex™, Vectran™, Spectra™ and Zylon™. Custom prototype or volume production – we support all with quality products, on-time delivery, consistent performance and expert technical support.

Fraunhofer Institute

www.ist.fraunhofer.de

Premier R&D organization in a wide variety of arenas.

Galan Textile Machinery

codina@galan.es     www.galen.es

Machinery,  including twisters and winders

Hong Kong Polytechnic University

http://www.itc.polyu.edu.hk/itcproftao/

Institute of Tesxtiles and Clothing:  education, research, prototypes, including e-textiles

Industrial Fabrics Association Int'l (IFAI)

www.ifia.com
www.ifaiexpo/com
www.specialtyfabricsreview.com

Contact Beth Hungiville blhungiville@ifai.com +1-651-225-6952

Integral Technologies, Inc./Electriplast Inc. 

http://ir.electriplast.com/

Electrically conductive hybrid plastics   

Lankforst Yarns

www.lankhorstyarns.com

Conductive tapes, yarns, fencing

Leesona

www.leesona.com

winders, spoolers, take-ups

Less EMF Inc.

www.lessemf.com/fabric.html
lessemf@lessemf.com

Offering a wide variety of electrically conductive and shielding fabrics

Louis P. Batson Company

www.lpbatson.com

Machinery, accessories and service

MasterBond

www.masterbond.com 
main@masterbond.com

Electrically conductive adhesive that withstands the cold.  

Micro-Coax, Inc.

www.micro-coax.com

Unique high-performance product cable line

Military & Aerospace Electronics Magazine

mae@halldata.com

Excellent resource for US national defense electronic technologies

Pretty Textile

 http://www.prettytextile.com/

Antimicrobial and EMI shielding cloths, tapes, fabrics

Rieter Corporation

luc.morand@rieter.com    www.rieter.com

Twisters and yarn handling machinery

Shop V Technical Textiles Inc

http://www.shopvtechtextiles.com/

ShopVTechTextiles.com, the on-line specialty shop of silver products for  RF shielding garments, EMI pouches and EMF enclosures,  chronic care aids, SILVERELL wellness clothing, antimicrobial products, equine/animal care items, metal plated fabrics and yarns from SHIELDEX-U.S. and more.

SparkFun Electronics

http://www.sparkfun.com/

SparkFun is an online retail store that sells the bits and pieces to make your electronics projects possible. Whether it’s a robot that can cook your breakfast or a GPS cat tracking device, our products and resources are designed to make the world of electronics more accessible to the average person. In addition to products, SparkFun also offers classes and a number of online tutorials designed to help educate individuals in the wonderful world of embedded electronics.

US Department of Commerce, Office of Textiles & Apparel

http://otexa.trade.gov/

The Deputy Assistant Secretary for Textiles, Consumer Goods, and Materials oversees programs and strategies to improve the domestic and international competitiveness of U.S. textiles, apparel, consumer goods, metals and mining forest products, and chemicals and plastics manufacturing sectors and industries. The DAS develops sector specific market access and promotion strategies to increase opportunities for U.S. industry in foreign markets and increase U.S. exports. The DAS evaluates industry positions on international trade issues affecting these industries and provides advice for trade policy development and participates in international consultations and negotiations of multilateral, regional, and bilateral trade agreements. The DAS administers the implementation of trade agreements affecting these industries, formulates trade policy, performs research and analysis, compiles industry data, and promotes U.S. trade events for these industry sectors. The DAS serves as Chairman of the Committee for the Implementation of Textile Agreements (CITA), which supervises the negotiation and implementation of textile and apparel agreements.

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