Worsted yarns from ZKS
ZKS is a leading German center of excellence for the development and production of innovative yarn.
ZKS specializes in high end, complex and innovative yarn solutions in the technical yarn and fashion sectors, according to your specific requirements.
Founded in 1835, with 280 employees at the sites in Wilkau-Haßlau (Germany, Saxony) and Miletin (Czech Republic), ZKS achieves revenues of € 35 million annually.
ZKS Zwickauer Kammgarn GmbH is a part of the Peppermint Group, Berlin.
The spinning technologies include Siro, Siro stretch, Siro compact, single yarns, DD thread as well as compact yarns, core- and core-stretch yarns – for refinements in the range Nm 15 to Nm 120.
ZKS works with a variety of fibers: wool, polyester, polyamide, aramid, viscose, lenzing FR, modacrylic, acrylic, silk, mohair, cashmere, antistatic fibers and many more.
In addition to long staple yarn, ZKS also produces medium staple yarns for the security sector.
ZKS offers their yarns in off-white, top dyed and cheese dyed.
ZKS is able to dye the yarn solution according to your wishes with the fully automated horizontal dyeing facilities in Wilkau-Haßlau.
ZKS meets international standards in quality control and environmental protection. Furthermore ZKS have been certified by TÜV (Technical Control Board) Rheinland Group as meeting ISO 9001:2008.
At clients’ request ZKS can also process yarns with the quality labels Eco-Tex Standard 100, European Eco-label, IVN / G.O.T.S and bioRe.
ZKS is specialists in yarns that meet the highest technical requirements of public procurement bodies, industrial safety standards, as well as the fire department, etc. ZKS is helped in this by the close cooperation with fiber distributors and well-known research and test facilities.
Together with the fiber partners ZKS develops individual long and medium staple yarns. In this way ZKS is able to achieve quality and comfort with the necessary functionality and technical parameters.
ZKS is proud of their close cooperation in the area of development with the companies Kermel and Lenzing.
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