Technical Textiles

We’ve been making an extensive range of reinforcements and technical textiles for the composites industry for more than 40 years.

Optimized manufacturing to meet your needs

We specialize in woven roving, glass cloth, and tapes. All of our technical textiles are custom-made. We develop and design each product to meet our customer’s specific needs.

Our fibers

We custom weave our technical textiles on our own high-tech looms using glass, carbon, aramid, and polyester fibrefibers, which we select based on their respective properties and benefits.

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The qualities of fiberglass make it an exceptional material for industrial applications that require high strength and minimum weight. It’s widely used in the composite materials industry because it offers excellent performance at a competitive cost. The characteristics of fiberglass offer significant benefits. It’s available in several forms, including fine textile yarn and flat, twisted, or roving (untwisted) filaments.


Carbon fiber

Carbon fiber stands out for a number of reasons. It has a high tensile strength and is lighter, stiffer, and stronger than other fibers. Like fiberglass, carbon fiber is used to reduce weight and to improve product stiffness and strength.


Aramid fiber

Lighter and less dense than fiberglass, yet twice as strong as glass and ten times stronger than aluminum, aramid fiber is as strong as carbon fiber and provides excellent impact resistance.


By combining different fibers, we can optimize the mechanical properties of our technical textiles. This lets us create a wide range of reinforcements that can be used to make composites and our own laminates

  • The specific strength of fiberglass is greater than that of aluminum and steel.
  • Even when exposed to high temperatures, fiberglass has excellent dimensional stability due to its low thermal expansion coefficient.
  • Exposure to water doesn’t change its physical or chemical characteristics, since it doesn’t absorb moisture.
  • Most chemicals have little to no effect on fiberglass thanks to its high chemical resistance.
  • Fiberglass is an inorganic material that offers excellent flame resistance and does not support combustion.

  • Carbon fiber offers a high strength-to-weight ratio. Its high rigidity and stiffness make it ideal for high-performance applications.
  • Its low thermal expansion coefficient makes carbon fiber an excellent choice for applications where even the smallest dimensional changes could be critical.
  • Carbon fiber is corrosion resistant and chemically stable.
  • Carbon fiber has high electrical and thermal conductivity.
  • Aramid fiber has exceptional strength-to-weight properties and is incredibly strong, making it hard to cut or fray. It has good abrasion resistance and is resistant to cutting.
  • Aramid fiber has excellent dimensional stability.
  • Aramid fiber is resistant to many organic solvents and salts, except for a few strong acids and alkalis.
  • Aramid fiber offers excellent stability over a very wide temperature range during long periods of exposure.
  • Aramid fiber is combustible but breaks down instead of melting.
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A variety of applications

Reinforcing materials like carbon fiber and fiberglass are used because of their light weight and their ability to increase product stiffness and strength. They are frequently used in sports equipment, including:

  • Water skis and wakeboards
  • Hockey sticks
  • Snowboards
  • Hiking poles
  • High-performance downhill skis
  • Skateboards
  • Windsurfing masts

Aramid fiber is also known for its low weight and good impact and abrasion resistance, which are essential for a variety of applications in the marine and general industrial sectors, as well as sports and recreation.

Technical textiles reinforced using a variety of fibers are also used for a variety of applications in the oil and gas industry.


  • Weights: 140 g/m² to 880 g/m²
  • Widths: 10 mm to 3,200 mm
  • Certain textiles and tapes are available in individual pieces
  • Certain products are available in rolls in lengths from 50 to 500 m