Tex Tech Industries has established itself as one of today’s leading manufacturers of woven and non-woven filtration fabrics. Tex Tech thrives on unique opportunities and challenges presented by producing high-performance fabrics for the most demanding applications. Our existing product portfolio and our technical expertise make the most severe operating environments and conditions seem routine, developing and producing fabrics that perform effectively.

With our vast portfolio we can provide existing fabric solutions to meet most requirements. Our experienced technical staff can also design specific fabrics to your requested specs. With product composition ranging from polyester and polypropylene to such high-performance fibers as Nomex, Teflon, Rastex, and Kevlar, it is likely that we already offer a product that meets most customers’ needs. Add this to a broad range of mechanical finishes and treatments, and you have one of the most complete lines of general purpose and specialty fabrics provided by a single manufacturer. With manufacturing facilities located in the US, Europe and Asia, we are well positioned to support your needs.

For more information on our woven and non-woven filtration products, contact us today!

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