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Covec Ltd, a company focused on ‘Technical Textiles’, these are textiles made from yarns with engineered solutions, they can be synthetic fibres mixed with natural fibres or engineered synthetic fibres produced to meet performance criteria.
The definition of the category ‘Technical Textiles’ being;
Technical – Having special skill or practical knowledge especially in a mechanical or scientific field.
Textiles – Interestingly from the Latin, from neuter of textilis meaning woven. ‘Textile’ in its modern understanding also includes knitted and can incorporate fibre and yarn within the definition.
June 15, 2015 |
A heavy duty ripstop that can outperform an Aramid reinforced ripstop 3 times over. The yarn is engineered to retain all the Covec® features. This is a highly evolved recipe using a unique patented blending process to re-engineer the TLCP and other synthetic and/or natural fibres into a Covec® yarn, this allows it to be dyed and woven into a single layer ripstop fabric that is extremely...
June 11, 2015 |
These are laminated unique constructions offering superior strength to similar weight Aramids, the standard light weight incarnation product offering high abrasion and cut resistance. It has low thermal conductivity to prevent heat transfer, zero moisture retention to prevent hydrolysis and/or solvolysis, high cut resistance and high abrasion resistance – tested to 4, 6 or 8 seconds on the EN 13595-1 Clause 5.4 motorcycle garment abrasion test. Covec™ SR Series would normally be used as a liner as it does not absorb moisture – ie....
June 10, 2015 |
In 2015 Covec finalises development of a range of yarns never before seen. Covec yarns are defined by the end performance level required by the textile in question. It’s features can include a variety of combinations in thickness, abrasion resistance, cut resistance, tear resistance, etc. Many of the performance features can be produced together. The yarn are engineered to retain all the Covec® features. This is a highly evolved recipe using a unique patented blending process to re-engineer the TLCP and other synthetic and/or natural fibres into a Covec® yarn, which allows it to be...