smartcelTM ceramic fiber does no longer exist at Smartfiber.
It is now produced under the guidance of TITK. A new page will be created. Inquiries for these yarns can be directed to Swicofil.
ceramic has a wide variety of possible applications. The sintered PZT ceramic fiber stretches when exposed to alternating voltage, thereby producing sound waves. Consequently, this fiber is used in ultrasound technology. Composite fiber components based on ceramic are used in medical end uses. Also various sports accessories, such as tennis rackets or winter sports equipment are reinforced by ceramic fibers which in these applications have a vibration-damping effect.
Fields of application
ceramic is available as fleeces, filaments, fabrics and hollow structures. ceramic features high chemical and thermal consistency.
Types of green fibers
In ceramic production is according to demand - never any stocks.
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We combine our unique, self developed functional fiber with various different functional polymers to manufacture products with out-of-the-ordinary and astonishing properties. The functional fiber is made from cellulose using a modified ALCERU® production process*. Both the biogenetic raw material and the production process are environment-friendly, and the fibers are biodegradable. The ALCERU ® technology is the result of scientific research and development by the Thüringische Institut für Textil- und Kunststoff-Forschung (Thüringen Institute for Textile and Plastics Research - TITK) in Rudolstadt. This innovation combines the familiar advantages of cellulose fibers, such as wearing comfort and optimal moisture absorption, with functional properties such as bioactivity and comfortable temperature adjustment. Overall, functional fiber is characterized by high ecological quality and resource conservation, excellent suitability for textile processing, wide versatility in application and high efficiency combined with an extremely good cost/performance ratio.
*The ALCERU® process is a protected registered trademark of the Thüringen Institute for Textile and Plastics Research (TITK) and is the name of an original and patented manufacturing process. For further information on the ALCERU® process please refer to the website www.titk.de .
To manufacture functional fiber, amine oxides and water are used to separate the cellulose directly and without chemical modification, and the textile fibers are then produced in a spinning process. The ability to mix organic and inorganic additives homogeneously into the fibers makes it possible to produce various functional materials on this common cellulose base.
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