At Jason Mills we’re busy gearing up for Techtextil North America! This year the expo will be held at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX from June 2-4,2015. The conference brings together professionals in the technical textiles and nonwovens industry and allows for attendees to meet with exhibitors and attend the Techtextil North America Symposium, which will address market developments, technological information, new processes and products, and industry trends. Jason Mills has exhibited at the technical textiles expo in the past and this year we will be bringing our newest product to show attendees.
Find Jason Mills at booth #1816 to see our Jason Mills 413, our newest screening product for the outdoor retailing industry. This mesh has been specially designed to have an aperture that is small enough to be considered a no-see-um mesh, which can prevent mosquitos and ticks from penetrating but is also so small it can keep out tick nymphs while still allowing for air ventilation. This mesh also has additional value added qualities such as being fire, UV, and water resistant. This product can be used in applications such as tent windows, sleeping bags, light diffusion, and more. There is truly no other screening product like it on the market.
To see Jason Mills 413 and our other technical textiles visit our booth. To preview our selection, visit our website and be sure to follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn for more company updates.
Jason Mills is excited to announce that we’ll be showcasing our product line at this year’s Techtextil North America. The show is dedicated to technical textiles and nonwovens, covering industries as diverse as agriculture, home furnishings and sports equipment. This year’s show will be held from May 13th – 15th at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA.
We’ll be located at booth #1918 and featuring some of our latest products for the automotive, medical, and safety apparel industries. For the automotive industry, we’ll introduce Jason Mills’s style 415. This is a shade screen material that is fire resistant and highly resistant to UV fading and degradation. With exposure ratings of over 2,000 hours this material is ideally suited for vehicle interiors.
Additionally, we have two new styles for the healthcare materials industry designed for excessive load bearing to be used in patient slings.
Also in development are enhancements to our cut resistant line. Designed for the safety apparel industry these fabrics are being designed to meet ANSI level 4 standards.
To see all the items we’ll be showing stop by our booth and for those who’d like to attend for free follow this link. And be sure to follow Jason Mills on Twitter as we tweet about the show using the #TechtextilNorthAmerica. To attend the show for free, register here.