Inline & offline digital printing primers certified for use with HP Indigo presses.
Water-based overprint coatings increase durability and enhance the look & feel of inkjet-printed materials.
High-performance primers for inkjet that improve print quality & ink adhesion on film & paper.
Advanced materials designed to enhance the performance and processing of agricultural products.
Recyclable water-based coatings that confer high barrier to paper-based packaging and wraps.
Enhancing composite performance through optimized fiber-polymer interface adhesion
Water-based sizing solutions designed to optimize interfacial adhesion in composites using carbon fiber.
News (Monday, 11 September 2023)
These groundbreaking new in-line primers feature wide substrate compatibility and superior runnability to help simplify press room management.
News (Thursday, 7 September 2023)
Matt Adler will expand our strategic relationship with HP Indigo Digital Press owners & digital printing value chain stakeholders.
News (Thursday, 24 August 2023)
Transitioning from film-based substrates to fiber-based substrates can improve end-of-life options for final structures.
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Michelman helps improve the performance and functional behavior of technical textiles in applications including construction, ballistic, medical & hygiene, automotive, filtration media, pre-preg, and consumer products.
Our proven expertise in formulating surface treatments, including sizing, binders, and film formers, strengthened by our understanding of end-use applications, provides technical textile manufacturers a set of solutions offering various functionalities that can be applied at the fiber level or as an overtreatment to the textile.
Achieve advanced form and function through fiber surface optimization with our Unyte® brand of water-based emulsions. These solutions enhance textile products' performance by improving adhesion, binding, processability, and heat resistance.
Today's textiles are not limited to traditional applications such as apparel. Strength, chemical resistance, and other performance characteristics can be optimized through advanced surface modification of the textile's fibers. These so-called technical textiles are utilized in a wide range of applications in construction, medical, automotive, and manufacturing, as well as offer protection against ballistics and other hazards. They also help safeguard the environment by replacing heavier, rigid components with lightweight, flexible, nonwoven materials, which help to reduce fuel consumption.
Our Unyte® family of products enhances the performance of many textile materials, and can be used with carbon, glass, aramid, basalt, natural, UHMWPE, and other polymeric fibers, including chopped and continuous formats.
How technical textiles are producedVarious types of fibers are reinforced and combined with other materials into basic intermediate formats — woven, nonwoven, braided, and three-dimensional — and then incorporated into a vast array of end-use applications.
We are well known globally for our emulsification and polymer dispersion technologies and have become the world’s leader in the development of fiber-sizing solutions. Our expertise in formulating surface treatments, strengthened by our understanding of end-use applications, provides technical textile manufacturers a robust set of solutions and capabilities.
We offer binders used in the processing of nonwoven rolled goods manufactured from materials including polypropylene, polyester, nylon and glass.
News (Tuesday, 25 April 2023)
Unyte® helps achieve advanced form and function in woven and nonwoven materials for technical textiles and pre-preg fabrics.