cover composites brochure 2019

Composite materials are made from two or more constituents in separate phases. Most composites are fibre-reinforced: the fibres are embedded in a (polymer) matrix and provide high mechanical properties. The matrix connects and protects the fibres from the environment. 
The fibre reinforcement may

Cover consultancy brochure

The Centexbel-VKC consultants perfectly understand your sector and are familiar with the daily reality of both SMEs and large companies; they have access to all Centexbel-VKC testing, certification and research facilities and are in constant dialogue with diverse technological, innovation and other

cover Cure and Care brochure

Cure & Care textiles are designed to restore the patient to health, to improve the patient’s comfort experience and to optimise and facilitate the work of healthcare providers and medical staff. This brochure illustrates some of  Centexbel's developments in the field of textiles dedicated to health

cover wallcovering

Wallcoverings fall within the scope of building materials and are subject to the Construction Products Regulation 305/2011/EU (CPR). Centexbel performs tests on decorative wallcoverings related to performance and durability, as well as to health and environmental aspects.

cover relief items testing

Emergency relief items are used by humanitarian organisations in catastrophy-stricken areas (war, hunger, natural disasters, such as draught, floods, earthquakes, landslides ...) and should meet the strictest requirements to save lives. 

Centexbel has a long history of running tests according

cover medical face masks

In Europe, surgical masks have to comply with the requirements of EN 14683: Medical face masks - Requirements - and test methods and bear a CE-mark.

The classification of surgical masks in 3 classes is based on the results of the following tests:

  • bacterial filtration efficiency (BFE)
  • breatha
extrusion coating cover

This technique allows us to process materials with a viscosity of 400 Pas or MFI 25 at relatively high temperatures.

Medical textiles brochure cover

New developments in medical textiles include their functionalisation with active (healing) components, the use of bioactive textiles, and tissue engineering as an alternative to human donor organs...
The treatment of hospital linen with antimicrobial products is an important issue in view of the

cover nonwoven brochure 2019

Nonwovens include all textile fibre materials that are not produced by conventional textile techniques such as weaving, knitting, tufting, or braiding. Although the production of textile fibres and fibre webs or sheets usually takes place in two separate steps, they may be integrated into one single

cover reach test set

Centexbel offers a testing set to analyse your products on the presence of substances of very high concern, as defined by REACH legislation. The Centexbel analyses allow manufacturers, textile finishers, importers, retailers and brands to meet the REACH SVHC obligations.