Weben 3


To manufacture our ribbons, we use various yarns. This way, we are well-equipped and offer the right solution for every application.



The synthetic fiber based on petroleum is obtained through the melt spinning process. The easy-care yarn hardly absorbs moisture.


The material consists of amino acids that are transformed and pressed through spinnerets. The result: a continuous filament that is very elastic, abrasion-resistant, and tear-resistant.


The lightweight plastic fiber is moisture-repellent and is therefore often used in the sports and outdoor sector.


The advantages of the renewable raw material are its durability and softness. However, it has low elasticity.


Visually, the material resembles wool and also has similar properties. The artificially produced fabric is used as a blend or in pure form.


The protein fiber usually comes from sheep and has good elasticity. However, it is sensitive and can easily shrink and felt.


Viscose is easy to dye but quite temperature sensitive and not very elastic. The fabric scores with a silky shine.


Monofils are wire-like polymer strands that are produced through an extrusion melt spinning process. They are well suited for the production of straps and hoses.


The raw material is obtained from rubber trees and is both elastic and stable. It is used in the textile industry but also in hoses.