The textile industry manufactures fabrics, cords, yarns, and the individual fibers all of which may be either natural or synthetic materials.

The textile industry is varied in its applications and manufacturing methods.

Carpets are created from fiber, natural, synthetic and mixed fibers. They can be produced by the process of knitting and plaiting (woven), weaving, or produced without the process of plaiting (non-woven).

Fabrics can be constructed by knitting, crocheting or lacework and in a variety of natural and synthetic materials. They can then be used to create apparel, home goods, or industrial textiles.

Laminated textiles offer the benefits of combining fabrics, polymers and films to improve and modify the physical properties and appearance of fabrics. Some applications include sailcloth, filters, automobile convertible tops, sports apparel, tire cord, and belting.

Filaments can be twisted, twined or spun into yarns, threads, cords, ropes, wire ropes, cables, etc.

In the medical field, the use of textile materials for medical and healthcare products ranges from simple gauze or bandage materials to a large variety of prostheses for permanent body implants and bioresorbable textile supports for growing human organic tissue.

Behzadkar has been a major partner for the Iranian Textile industry in supplying them with a wide range of quality control solutions.



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