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Textile recycling

Textile recycling is a traditional main research, focusing on mechanical processing methods such as cutting and tearing as well as different methods of re-use of recycled material. Attention is also paid to recycling-friendly engineering and design development of technical textiles and recycling of smart textiles.

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Your contact

Dipl.-Ing.
Bernd Gulich
Manager Center of Excellence in Nonwovens

Phone: +49 371 5274-204

 

 

Textile recycling

  • Cutting, cut-grinding and tearing of textile waste, also from special fibres, e.g. carbon, aramid, glass
  • Material cycles and recycling-friendly construction
  • Nonwovens and mats made from torn fibres and textile shreds
  • Secondary recycling
  • Recycling of smart textiles

 

 

Your contact

Dipl.-Ing. Bernd Gulich
+49 371 5274-204
bernd.gulich@stfi.de

Needlepunch nonwovens, knitted nonwovens, stitch-bonded nonwovens, textile recycling, automotive textiles


Johannes Leis, M. Sc.
+ 49 371 5274-254
johannes.leis@stfi.de

Textile recycling

 

 

 

 

Carbon fibre recycling

The following technologies for processing carbon fibre waste into isotropic or anisotropic nonwoven structures are available:

  • Fibre preparation by using modified cutting and tearing technologies
  • Web forming technologies
  • Inline bonding methods
  • Inline quality monitoring systems

Your contact

Katharina Heilos, M. Eng.
+49 371 5274-227
katharina.heilos@stfi.de


Dipl.-Ing. (BA) Marcel Hofmann
+49 371 5274-205
marcel.hofmann@stfi.de

 

 

 

 

Cooperation network for sustainable textile recycling

RE4TEX

The ZIM network RE4TEX® (Recycling for Textiles) focuses on activities related to the recycling of textile production waste.

 

The optimisation of existing and the development of completely new recycling processes, the application of processes from other sectors and the instruments of recycling-friendly design as well as sustainable management are strategic fields of action of the network and are considered within the framework of the network activities. Actors from different fields come together to develop and implement innovative approaches to solutions for process and technology applications by combining existing competences.

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