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08/05/2019 – Techtextil: Bekaert — auf Deutsch lesen

The pioneer for metal fiber

Bekaert is the pioneer in designing, developing and producing metal fiber products for a wide range of applications.

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Visit Bekaert at stand D71 in Hall 4.2. and learn more about the advantages of the Bekinox fibers and yarns for the anti-static, heatable, conductive, shielding and cut-resistant textile market! © Bekaert

 

The experience spans more than 40 years and gives the company the flexibility and technical know-how to provide a solution that perfectly matches the quality and requirements at the clients. To keep up with industries’ evolving needs, Bekaert is strongly committed to innovation. Together with customers, independent research partners and in-house research facilities Bekaert is constantly creating new solutions.

Electro-conductive fabric for EMI shielding applications

“Create more durable, more efficient EMI resistant garments with Bekaert’s highly electro-conductive fabrics”, says the company!

These patented fabrics consist of a blend of Bekinox stainless steel fibers and aramid fibers. The added value of Bekinox fabric is that it maintains low electrical resistance even after numerous washing cycles. This allows the production of protective garments that provide a long-lasting electromagnetic shielding performance and are comfortable to wear.

Perfect for textile applications

Bekaert conductive fabrics combine excellent electrical conductivity and ame-retardant properties, allowing the production of single layered garments. They are lightweight, highly abrasion resistant and breathable, making them more comfortable to wear.

Protecting professionals

Garments made of this fabric protect the wearer against the hazardous effects of working near various sources of electromagnetic radiation e.g. power lines, transformers, switches and railway cables.

Bekaert at the Techtextil

Hall 4.2, stand D 71