From raw material selection to recycling optimised for every application, high-performance quality nonwovens made by Sandler pave the way for environmentally friendly product solutions. Bluefiber nonwovens are designing living and working space, enabling concentrated work, promoting individual room concepts, and conserving resources. It is more than 100 per cent single-polymer, made to a large extent from post-consumer fibres, fully recyclable at the end-of-lifetime, the company said in a press release.
Fast Forward Fabric is the symbiosis of maximum performance and resource conservation. These are textile materials for highly stable complex component geometries, specific material configurations for optimised vehicle acoustics inside the passenger compartment as well as towards the surroundings. The open-pore structure combines noise dampening and thermal management. Made from 100 per cent polyester with up to 80 per cent recycled fibres, Fast Forward Fabric creates closed material cycles.
Sandler further expands its sustainability campaign #sandlerpuzzle. The initiative ‘Going beyond circular limitations’ is the next step towards creating closed cycles. Sandler and National Sweden AB have integrated modern concepts to recycle processing remnants – resulting in raw materials for the manufacture of new products. Partnership and commitment create a completely closed material cycle: reducing waste and decreasing the use of virgin resources.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)