DescriptionFibersWeigth RangeBenefitApplication 
MICROFIBERS - Use of microfibres (up to 0,9 dtex) on the dust side;
- Alternatively use of multilobal sectioned shape fibres on the dust side; logo
PES
PAN
PPS
P84
500÷700 g/m² - Controlled low emissions
- Better efficiency
- Increased bag lifetime
- Cement
- Energy and waste to energy
 
- Use of microfibers
- Increased compactness and needling uniformity
PES
PES
380÷600 g/m² - Controlled low emissions
- Increased bag lifetime
- Energy savings
- Cement
- iron and steel
- Wood
ENDURAFELTTM - Meta-aramid fibers blended with special acrylic fiber
- Needled on meta-aramid scrim 
- Also available with different scrims such as PTFE 
PMIA
PTFE 
550 g/m² - Good resistance to hydrolysis and oxidizing agents
- Ideal for acid environment 
- Ceramic
-Chemical
- Asphalt
- Foundries
- Cement clinker cooler 
- Use of regenerated polyester fibres from PET bottles PES 350÷650 g/m² - Eco friendly product
- Same performances than standard PES needlefelts
- Cement
- Vacuum cleaners
ANTISTATIC - Use of epitropic fibres blended with standard ones in the batt to improve conductivity of the finished felt
- For better performances use of stainless steel fibres in the scrim
PP
PES
PAN
PPS
PMIA
350÷650 g/m² Surface resistivity below 104 Ohm - Food & agrochemicals
- Chemistry
- Wood
 
FIRETES layered structure with fibers of pre-oxidized acrylic polymer positioned on dust side blended with finer fibers and standard 2,2dtex average count fibers to make the support batt PES 500÷550 g/m² - Increased resistance to sparks or any incandescent particle
- Increased bag lifetime
Steelworks & foundries
 

PMIA=m-aramid, PES=polyester, PPS=polyphenylensulphide, PAN=polyacrylonitrile, PP=polypropylene, P84®=polyimide, PTFE=polytetrafluorethylene