TECHNOLOGIES
Versatile materials inspiring innovated design

Fibre, Fabric + Yarn

Elevated solutions
with unlimited potential

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Wilkie is an advanced textile manufacturer that makes the extraordinary happen.

Wilkie applies Advanced Textile Technology to create technologically advanced innovations for industry-leading businesses and the customers they serve with extraordinary care, quality and attention to detail.
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OUR

Fibre, Fabric + Yarn

Filament Nylon 6.6

Nylon 6.6 (Polyhexamethylene-Adipamide) is a type of polyamide or nylon.

Polyimide

Polyimide is a unique fibre material that exhibits outstanding thermal stability. Can be used in environments up to 260 °C (situations vary).

Filament Para Aramid

Para-aramid is a well-known form of polyaramid fibre (polyparaphenylene terephthalamide) related to nylon in that it is formed of polyamide.

Filament Polyester

Our most common thermoplastic polymer resin used in our technical textile technologies.

HMPE

High strength polyethylene fibre, a subset of the thermoplastic polyethylene.

Liquid Crystal Polymer

Used for various markets, such as aerospace, automotive, and oil and gas markets to create positive everyday impacts.

Mono Filament PTFE

 PTFE is among the most chemically inert, nontoxic, and nonflammable substances tested under normal usage conditions, and is not metabolized.

Multi Filament PTFE

Non-stick and low-wear properties used for many circumstances and industries.

Polypropylene

A type of thermoplastic polymer resin with low density and high heat resistance.

Spun Copolymer Acrylic

We twist Staple Acrylic fibres together to make a cohesive thread, or "single”. These singles are then plied together to create a plied yarn.

Spun Homopolymer Acrylic

We twist Staple Acrylic fibres together to make a cohesive thread, or "single”. These threads have a single monomer, and often used for PVC, polyethylene and more. 

Spun Meta Aramid

Different than nylon, as Para-aramid have a phenyl linkage rather than a carbon chain linkage.

Spun Para Aramid

Different than nylon, as Para-aramid have a phenyl linkage rather than a carbon chain linkage.

Spun Polyester

Our most common thermoplastic polymer resin of the Polyester family used in our technical textile technologies.

Spun PPS

An organic semi-crystalline polymer with high stable chemical bonds.

Stainless Steel

Commonly used in construction, medical, and food environments due to its excellent corrosion resistance.

Viscose

Viscose, which is also commonly known as rayon when it is made into a fabric, is a type of manmade cellulose fibre.

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