Carbon fibres can be brittle and disintegrate during compaction. To solve this problem and to improve their processability, we have developed a sizing formulation.

We are pleased to present to you the results and findings of our research.

Almost four years into the project, we succeeded in developing different kinds of bio-based composites using four different processes. These materials are processed by similar techniques as conventional fossil-based composites, their mechanical properties are very promising and their environmental impact on the marine environment is lower than the one of conventional materials.

Centexbel developed and incorporated 2 stress sensors into a smart garment. These prototypes are now submitted to clinical tests.

Centexbel is proud to announce to have won the Techtextil Innovation award 2022 in the category “new approaches to sustainability & circular economy” with a breakthrough innovation in biobased coatings and inks.

Systemic framework for circular and sustainable floor coverings

According to new study published in the Lancet (April 15) Covid-19 transmission is airborne.

Duratex focused on the development of Eco-friendly water and oil repellent textiles for building and architectural applications. Research results are now published!

The Centexbel lab in Grâce-Hollogne has installed a hyperspectral camera from IMEC.