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American firm Quantum Materials acquires Innegra

25 Oct '23
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  • Quantum Materials, LLC, has acquired the Innegra high-performance fibre portfolio to bolster its technical textile solutions.
  • Quantum will showcase Innegra at the upcoming CamX show in Atlanta, GA.
  • Allen Smith, CEO of QTI Fibres, sees this acquisition expanding opportunities beyond composites, benefiting the entire QTI company portfolio.

Quantum Materials, LLC, a vertically integrated manufacturer of multifilament and monofilament yarns, elastomeric woven suspension fabrics and industrial textiles, has acquired the Innegra portfolio of patented high-performance fibres and materials.

Engineered to enhance and amplify the performance of composite and textile materials, Innegra is a light synthetic fibre that can be used as a standalone fibre or can be hybridised with other structural fibres or materials. It is chemically resistant, hydrophobic, tough, durable and has dielectric properties, while also being flexible, ductile and fusible. The fibre also has the ability to dampen vibrations, aid impact resistance and can be combined with many other materials and fibres to improve product performance properties. Today, Innegra can be found in footwear, sporting goods, US military and ballistic products, and various automotive, aerospace and marine applications, Quantum Materials said in a media release.

Quantum will be exhibiting the Innegra brand at the upcoming CamX show (Booth #G23) in Atlanta, Georgia from October 31 through November 2, 2023.

“For over 15 years, Innegra has been effectively used across a wide range of composite applications. We are excited to incorporate Innegra and its patented range of fibres and materials into our product portfolio. This strategic acquisition fits within our vision of being the industry leader in the development and commercialisation of technical textile solutions. As we move forward with Innegra, we see many opportunities that extend past composites, including its integration into products manufactured by the QTI company portfolio, consisting of the Quantum, Twitchell and Infinity businesses,” said Allen Smith, CEO of QTI Fibres.

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