Performance Coated Fabrics
Today’s world demands new and better types of extruded and solution-coated fabrics for unique applications. Performance Coated Fabrics specializes in coating fabrics with synthetic rubbers and vinyl coatings, including silicone (cured and uncured), neoprene, PVC vinyl, urethane, butyl, acrylic, olefins, and EPDM-based TPR. Our custom-designed coated fabrics include flexible ducting, fireproof aerospace, bellows and way protection, ventilation, protective clothing and apparel, automotive, tent specialty fabrics, transportation, and other industrial applications.VIEW PERFORMANCE COATED FABRICS PRODUCTS
Depending on the application or your custom specification, a wide range of base fabric selections are offered including woven and nonwoven construction of polyester, polycotton, nylon, glass, Kevlar or Nomex. We offer a wide range of physical, environmental and decorative properties to suit your needs, including custom-made colors. We meet environmental-friendly regulations with careful design and development dedicated to your needs and the needs of your customer.
Leading-Edge Research & Development
Chemistry is the core of our business. Our fabric coating development team starts with basic bench chemistry to build your product from the ground up. We’ll optimize your textile coating performance and cost to make you successful and profitable.
At Worthen Performance Coated Fabrics, our ability to fully integrate material design, process engineering and proven production capabilities produces a final coated fabric product designed to give you a competitive edge in today’s marketplace.
Worthen PCF offers a line of cured silicone coated textiles for the flexible ducting markets. We can customize the chemistries and base fabric to meet your specific needs and application. Contact us to learn more.
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