SAERTEX

SAERTEX manufactures and sells multi-layered fabrics, also known as NCF (non-crimp fabrics), whose stretched fibres inside the individual layers optimally absorb mechanical forces such as pressure and tension.

Location: 
Mecklenburg County
Type: 
Corporation
Category: 
Wind
Website: 
http://www.saertex.com/

The SAERTEX Group success story began in 1982, in Westphalian Saerbeck. In the meantime, the company has grown to eight branch offices in seven countries. The head office in Saerbeck is still the heart and head of the operation. From here, the impulse for innovative products, optimized process technologies and customized solutions go out to clients and employees around the globe.

SAERTEX fabrics, also known as NCF (non-crimp fabrics), are distinguished by their stretched fibres inside the individual layers, which optimally absorb mechanical forces such as pressure and tension.

SAERTEX fabrics are available as unidirectional, bidirectional and multiaxial stitch bonded constructions. Depending on the fibre type, surface load and layer combination, various mechanical resistances can be produced.

An optimized layer construction reduces production time and material requirements.

SAERTEX works primarily in the wind energy, aerospace, civil engineering, auto and shipbuilding industries by producing the reinforcing technical fabrics to create composites that are competitive with established materials such as steel and aluminum.


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