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1 The Textile Material required by the Hutchinson Group
Debu HALDAR Country Director - INDIA

2 Map of the Presentation
I.The different Textiles required : types and materials II.The different applications III.The market and Customers IV.The opportunities for Indian Suppliers

3 Created in 1853, and definitely a forward-looking company
IDENTITY CARD « Hutchinson is asserting its position as a Tech Company with the service provided to its customers. Innovation is the life blood of the company. We try to anticipate what our customers’needs will be in the future in order to provide them with the mos relevant technical responses. This involves continually reassessing the technologies we rely on, our know-how and the materials used. » Created in 1853, and definitely a forward-looking company 118 sites in 26 countries Distinguishing features: -Tech Company -Research and Development at the heart of strategy (1928 searchers/ 26 patents in 2007) employees

4 HUTCHINSON WORLDWIDE 17 959 1 996 4 627 2 858 27 440 77 sites 10 24
employees 77 sites EUROPE Austria Belgium Czech Republic France Germany Hungary Italy Malta Netherlands Poland Portugal Romania Slovenia Spain Switzerland United Kingdom 1 996 employees 10 sites 4 627 employees 24 sites ASIA and other country China Korea Japan Malaysia Tunisia North AMERICA Mexico USA 2 858 employees 7 sites 27 440 employees 118 sites 26 countries South AMERICA Argentina Brazil Uruguay

5 Exploration/ production
A COMPANY OF TOTAL million Euros de chiffre d’affaires 4th oil and gas company employees countries Some key figures 2 391 kbep/day 3 863 kb/day 19,8 billion Euros Exploration/ production Refining/ marketing Base chemicals

6 KEY FIGURES 3022M€ 150M€ 99M€ Distribution of sales figures Growth
By business sector Growth Sales figures of 3022M€ Research Research expenditures of 150M€ Distribution of sales figures By geographic zone Investments Investments for operational excellence 99M€

7 Improving transports –air, earth, sea – and everyday life
5 FIELDS OF EXPERTISE – 11 MARKETS 5 fields of expertise Body sealing systems Vibratory, acoustic and thermal insulation Protection and care Fluid transfer systems Transmission and mobility Improving transports –air, earth, sea – and everyday life Aerospace Construction Railway Automotive Helicopter Defense Sport and leisure Heavy truck Protection and care All industries Marine

8 ITS INVESTISMENTS IN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
150 M€ invested in R&D A research organized around 5 main fields of expertise Materials: architect of complex materials Acoustics: filter noise, modeling acoustics Thermodynamics: optimizing motor thermodynamics Virtual Reality: foreseeing and anticipating by modelling Product engineering 24 research centers worldwide R&D is developing solutions to preserve natural resources

9 The Major Types of Textiles
I.The different Textiles : types and materials The Major Types of Textiles Each need means a specification Yarns Woven Non-woven Knitted Braided

10 The Major Types of Textiles
I.The different Textiles : types and materials The Major Types of Textiles Each need means a specification Flat or twisted multifilament yarn Filament                                   Fibers Cord (or cabled yarn) Spun Yarn flock

11 The Technical Materials
I.The different Textiles : types and materials The Technical Materials Thermal and Mechanical Resistance : Focus on: -Intermediary prices and properties Polyphenylen Sulphide (PPS) Polyetherketone (POK) Polyvinyl alcohol oxygenated (PANO) -New markets for the classical yarns : Asia Classical Material : -Rayon -Polyamide(46, 66) -Polyester(PET) -Polyethylene (High density) Low costs for mechanical resistance and working temperature around 100°C Aramids : -Para-aramid -Meta-aramid -copo-aramid Expensive for mechanical resistance and working temperature around 200°C

12 Hutchinson Worldwide 5 Fields of Expertise for 11 Markets: Automotive
II.The different applications Hutchinson Worldwide 5 Fields of Expertise for 11 Markets: Automotive Aerospace Helicopter Construction Defense Railroad Heavy Truck Marine Sports & Leisure Protection & Care All Industries Sealing Systems: Fluid Transfer Systems: Vibration Acoustic & Thermal Insulation: Transmission & Mobility: Protection & Care:

13 Automotive Fluid transfer II.The different applications
High Temperature High Pressure Textile Knitted reinforcement Braided reinforcements

14 Automotive Applications
II.The different applications Automotive Applications Elongation curve of a yarn Fluid transfer Breaking strength (N) Advantages of the knitting products with elastomeric materials Elongation curve of a knit Elongation curve of an elastomer Elongation (%) “Elastic reserve ” of the knit

15 Cord yarn with RFL treatment (resorcinol formaldehyde latex)
II.The different applications Automotive Transmission belts Cord yarn with RFL treatment (resorcinol formaldehyde latex)

16 Pneumatics Mountain bike tires: Road tires:
II.The different applications Pneumatics Good know-how for the tear and the spindle resistance, adaptation of the rods for the specific needs of the tubeless tires Mountain bike tires: Road tires: Cord yarns and tire cord fabrics which could be RFL treated (resorcinol formaldehyde latex)

17 The Principal Concern Areas
II.The different applications The Principal Concern Areas Hoses, transmission belts and tires: Reach a good adhesion between the yarns and the elastomer: -improved by spun yarns (instead of multifilament yarns) for the mechanical adhesion -in replacement of old solvent dissolution of rubber for economical and ecological reasons: Treatment on the yarn : adhesive materials like iso-cyanate, epoxy resins, Polyurethanes and mostly RFL treatment (Resorcinol Formaldehyde Latex) : Treatment in the rubber : iso-cyanate, RFS (Resorcinol Formaldehyde Silice) resorcinol formaldehyde Resin Reactions and mechanical interweaving with the latex and the yarn

18 Aerospace & Industry Thermal insulation fabrics:
II.The different applications Aerospace & Industry Thermal insulation fabrics: Inorganic Materials work at extreme temperatures Insulation panels Reinforcement fabrics: Fluid transfer at High temperatures

19 The Split for different types of Textile Materials
III.The market The Split for different types of Textile Materials

20 IV.The opportunities for the Indian suppliers
Materials Targeted Yarns, cords and tire cords fabrics : For Automotive Applications Technical fabrics : Aerospace, Military and Defense Short cut fibers, flock and Non woven : Aeronautic, Military and Defense (Non woven) Sealing Systems, Transmission Belts (Flock, Short cut fibers)

21 Yarns, Cords and Tire-cord fabric:
IV.The opportunities for the Indian suppliers Yarns, Cords and Tire-cord fabric: Materials : The 3 most important in spun or multifilament yarns -Polyamide(66) -Polyester(PET) -Aramids Count : Mainly up to 1000 dtex Twist : Flat yarns or around 100 turns/m Treatment: -Untreated -RFL treated especially for the cords for High temperature rubber CR, VMQ (silicone), FKM (Vuiton), AEM (Vamac) and also NR, BR, SBR

22 Technical fabrics : Type of weave : Materials : Weight :
IV.The opportunities for the Indian suppliers Technical fabrics : Type of weave : Plain, twill or satin (composites) Open fabrics (Leno) or knitted fabrics  interesting for the adhesion Materials : The most important material for the woven fabrics : -Polyamide(66) -Polyester(PET) -Aramids -Glass and ceramics Weight : Very thin fabrics (below 100g/m²) to ballistic or insulation product (up to 700 g/m²)

23 Short cut fibers, flock an non woven :
IV.The opportunities for the Indian suppliers Short cut fibers, flock an non woven : Short cut fibers : (reinforcement) Cellulosic fibers Carbon or aramid fibers (composites) Flock : PA66, PET and cotton fibers 1.7, 2.2 an 3.3 dtex below 1 mm of length Electrostatic treatment Non woven product : Glass and ceramics, PET Very thin product (below 100 µm of thickness) to insulation product (up to 1.5 cm of thickness) All kind of binding method (needle punched, spunlace, Thermal bond, Spunbond, Melt Blown

24 Next Steps…. We invite Proposals for Joint Development Projects for Global Sourcing for the HUTCHINSON Group Interested Manufacturers/Research Institutions may kindly get in touch Shall enter into a Joint Project Agreement Shall clearly specify Commercial Terms

25 Thank you for your patience….and best wishes for a successful 2009 !


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