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1 Muhammad Mushtaq Mangat M Phil The University of Management UK MBA Gold Medalist, Hamdard University Director, Textile Productivity center 15 years teaching and consulting experience Specialization- Textile Management, Knitting, Planning and Control Topic Technical Textile: A promising Future

2 Technical Textiles: A Promising Future

3 Broad Division of Textile Traditional textile, general textile – General use, to improve aesthetic sense, for communication etc Technical textile, industrial textile, and functional textile – to serve a particular and technical requirement Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

4 Historic Perspective of Technical Textile Before invention of synthetic fibres: – Natural fibres were treated with chemicals to make it useful in some specific situations – Nonwoven techniques were used to manufacture technical textile Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

5 Reasons of Technical Textile Growth 1.Health and safety 2.Cost effectiveness 3.Durability 4.High strength 5.Light weight 6.Versatility 7.Customisation 8.User friendliness 9.eco-friendliness 10.Logistical convenience, etc (Chakrabarty, 2007). Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

6 Technical Textile Synonymous Technical textiles Industrial textiles Functional textiles Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

7 Technical Textile by Definition Materials and products intended for end-uses other than non-protective clothing, household furnishing, and floor covering, where the fabric or fibrous component is selected principally but not exclusively for its performance and properties as opposed to its aesthetic or decorative characteristics“ (Textile Terms and Definitions, TI, Manchester, 10 the Ed.). Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

8 Technical textiles are materials meeting high technical and quality requirements (mechanical, thermal, electrical, durability...) giving them the ability to offer technical functions. Encyclopedia Universalis Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

9 Production of Technical Textiles Application of certain chemicals ( water and fire proofing etc) Use of intelligent fibers (glass fiber, carbon fibers) Special technical in fabric formation (3 D weaving, Double layer knitting etc) Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

10 Seven Ways to Make Techinal Textiles Thermo-forming Three Dimensional Weaving Three Dimensional Knitting Fabrics Produced Using Nanotechnology Heat-set Synthetics Finishing Treatments such as Water-resistant Coatings & Holographic Laminates Hand-made elements such as Stitch or Appliqué (Tex.in,2009) Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

11 Types of Technical Textiles 1.Mechanical functions (Mechanical resistance, Reinforcement of materials, Elasticity) 2.Exchange functions (Filtration, Insulation and conductivity, Drainage Impermeability, Absorption) 3.Functionalities for living beings (Antibacterial, Antirust, mites, Biocompatibility, Biodegradability/bioresorption) 4.Protective functions (Thermal, Fire, Mechanical, Chemicals, Impermeable, - Breathable, Antistatic Particles, antireleaseVicenza, Electrical insulation, IR and UV rays, NBC High visibility Electromagnetic fields.....) Nomez divides Technical textiles into main four classes based on their functions (Nomez) Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

12 1.Mobitech 2.Meditech 3.Sportech 4.Protech 5.Indutech 6.Geotextiles 7.Packtech 8.Oekotech 9.Agrotech 10.Clothtech 11.Buildtech 12.Hometech (Chakrabarty) Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

13 Application of Technical Textiles Aerospace applications Aquaculture Architecture Abrasion-resistant materials Absorbent materials Adhesive materials Agriculture Anti ballistic materials Anti magnetic materials Anti static materials Auxetic materials Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

14 Conti… Bedding materials Biodegradable materials Biomaterials Building materials Cleansing materials Composites High performance clothing Computing industry high performance materials Cut-resistant materials Deodorizing materials Elastic materials Electrical and electronic industries Environment Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

15 Conti… Filtration materials Fire-resistant materials Flooring textiles Furnishings Geosynthetics and geotextiles Hygiene materials Insulating materials Leisure Lines and ropes Luggage Luminescent and reflective materials Marine industry materials Medicine Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

16 Conti… Medical clothing Therapeutic clothing Surgical clothing Anti allergy materials Anti bacterial materials Anti microbial materials, Anti radiation materials Wound dressings & bandages Prostheses Orthopaedics materials Dental industry Military applications Nanotechnology Packaging Phase change materials Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

17 Conti… Safety Protective and safety clothing Sails and tenting Shape memory materials Smart textiles Soluble materials Sports Sports goods Substrates Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

18 Conti… Therapeutic materials Thermal materials Transportation Automotive Waterproof materials Windproof materials Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

19 Market of Technical Textiles Double Incentive Scheme for Technical textiles (China) Bundle of relief package for the promotion of technical textiles in the country (India) – (Memon and Zaman In India US$ 6.25 billion budget for Technology Up gradation Fund Scheme (Mittal). Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

20 Market Size Market size increase by 3.5% per annum between 1995 and % per annum from 2005 to 2010 In volume terms, to reach 23.8 MT With a value of $126 Billion by 2010 – (Czajka, 2005) Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

21 Market Share (%) Annual Growth (%) Industry213.9 Transport202.8 Medical161.5 Construction102.9 Agriculture81.2 Civil Engineering35.7 Sports and Leisure23.3 Protection25.7 Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

22 Consumption of Technical Textiles Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

23 A Few Modern Examples Breathable Synthetic Fabrics Some Synthetic Fibers are Ultra-lightweight & High-stretch, some are thin & light-reflective, Some Hollow Fibers Trap Air to Retain Heat Natural Fibers Blended with Synthetics to Improve Strength, Crease Resistance & Easy Care Ultra Microfibers – Using the latest in micro technology, scientists are building fabrics where the fiber itself is scrutinized and manipulated in minute detail. A microfiber is by definition a material in which the yarn’s thickness is equal to or less than 1/60 th the thickness of an average human hair. Ultra-microfibers on the market are even finer – some having thickness of just 1/200 th the thickness of human hair. Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

24 Fabrics that have relief surfaces and even three- dimensional (3-D) structure Metallic textiles – fluid & shimmering materials Extreme Sportswear Polyamide (warp) and paper (weft) woven together and then hand silkscreen printed. This exquisite fabric, designed in a customized manner in Japan, is used for high-end interiors. Microfiber with metal foil spots combine to give a consistent metallic finish. This blend can be used for high-end fashion garments (especially outerwear) Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

25 Phase change materials incorporated in fabrics can absorb excess heat, store it, and gradually release it later. These are ideal for body temperature control. Fabrics with charcoal as a component can filter odour and pollution. Charcoal was used for its health-giving properties as it has the ability to absorb chemical impurities in the air. Microfibers engineered with substances suspended in minute bubbles that can be gradually released. These microcapsules can contain medication, vitamins, insect repellants, moisturizers, essential oils or perfumes... Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

26 E- Textiles Sports shoes Wearable computer jackets Warning vests Photonic textiles for innovative lighting solutions Wearable E-Health system Electronic Textiles to Help Battlefield Medics Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

27 Synergy Affect Combination of Stainless Steel Fiber with Cotton & Polyamide to create a soft & flexible cloth Combination of cotton, copper, polyamide, and polyurethane to create a metallic surface Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) embedded in hand-woven linen, programmable, and controllable through sensors. These can be used in creative arts practice, sportswear, & medical use, as well as in interactive costumes for dance, theatre, and expressive gallery textiles. Metals & Papers in combination with silks & polyesters Layered weave structures made on computer-assisted looms allow for intricate constructions and reversibles Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

28 How You Can Enter Knowledge about the requirements of customer and matching production facilities Testing facility to test the product to ensure to meet the customer expectation and specifications Technical textile needs state of the art knowledge for production and testing. Currently developed countries have dominance in this market. Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009

29 Way to Enter in This market: Cohesive effort by govt, academic and industry Testing facilities common.. Should be provided by govt Industry should have a liaison with academic and work on project to project Military, being the big user of technical textiles should come forward and encourage local industry to develop technical textiles Academia should make proposals and have a joint venture with industry A common degree in technical textiles should be offered by different universities Govt should offer special attractions for technical textiles, like China and India Techinal Textile: A Promising Future ICTC 2009


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