These are the details for the profile A French textile company seeking PES (polyether sulfone) aluminized film complying with fire protection classes A1, A2 or B.
If you would like more information about the profile please click Request More
Information. You will be directed to a new page where you will need
to provide some information about yourself/your business cooperation needs and submit
your expression of interest in the profile . A Network Partner will then contact
you to discuss your interest in greater detail.
A French company specialized in textile ennobling is looking for suppliers of PES (polyether sulfone) aluminized film complying with Euro-classes A1, A2 or B (standard EN13 501-1). Partners can be subcontractors, or work under a manufacturing agreement, a reciprocal production agreement or a license agreement.
A French SME, based in Northern France, is specialized in textile ennobling and flexible materials assembling. The company can provide multiple dry treatments in textile mechanical ennobling, but also bonding, transfer, adhesive treatments and cutting of all flexible materials. For the manufacturing of overalls for the steel industry, the company wants to develop a transfer application on a fire protection support compliant with the highest fire protection class. They need a PES film compliant with Euroclasses A1, A2 or B. Technical specifications are mentioned below.
The company is ideally seeking a subcontractor, but is also open to other partnerships such as manufacturing agreement, producing under a license agreement, or eventually by a reciprocal production agreement.
The company is looking for a PES aluminized film with the following specifications:
- Compliant with A1, A2 or B Euroclasses (standard EN13 501-1)
- 1500mm width
- Suitable for lamination on aramid fabric
Compliance with A1, A2 or B Euroclasses (standard EN13 501-1) mandatory
The company is ideally seeking manufacturers of PES aluminized film compliant with Euroclasses A1, A2 or B. The partner can act as a subcontractor following the specifications provided by the French company. The partner can also work under a manufacturing agreement, a license agreement or a reciprocal production agreement. The best partnership suitable for both parties can be determined throughout further exchanges.