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Nylon vs Polyester: Resistance to Water, Fire, Sun (UV) and Mildew

Nylon and polyester are synthetic fabrics that see wide use across many industries. They most commonly appear in the garment-manufacturing industry, but they’re versatile enough to be used as specialty fabrics in aerospace, automotive, and medical applications. Comparing nylon with polyester shows that they have many similar properties, but several crucial distinctions still exist between […]

March – Back to School

In this industry, and I guess one could say in most industries, there is never enough time in the day to consume and absorb all that there is to learn about new technologies, processes and developments. Fortunately for textiles and fabrics there is the North Carolina State University program designed for industry professionals. Last month’s […]

Celebrating 10 Years as Jason Mills LLC

Jason Mills LLC, a New Jersey based textile convertor will celebrate its 10 year anniversary this month as a provider of knit, industrial textiles. Incorporated originally in 1976, the current incarnation was purchased in 2007 by long time employee Michael Lavroff. We have grown and changed in many ways since those early days of manufacturing […]

June 2017: Showtime Pt I

Rt 66 begins in Chicago and stretches southwest to California. We are way past the days when Martin Milner drove his Corvette down that road looking for adventure, but in less than two months Jason Mills LLC will travel to Chicago to display our materials at the annual trade show called Techtextil. We will not […]

Where We’ve Been

In business, there are weeks and months where the routine is just that, routine. The sales department follows up on inquiries and sniffs out new leads; the marketing department’s focus is to continue to push for greater recognition and influence in new and varied markets (“what is the need for animal transport slings”?) and ownership […]

Fall 2016: On the Road

Fall 2016: On the Road The fall months bring football, baseball playoffs, hockey, basketball, apple picking and beautiful foliage. It also brings about the travel season for the textile industry. In the next two months we will be attending trade shows concerning safety, sanitation and supply in Anaheim and Chicago and displaying at the Industrial […]

July – The Heat is On!

“Ninety in the shade” is paradise when the heat of an old time textile plant gets cranking in the summer. Fortunately here in the US, modern plants offer some relief through proper machine ventilation and material advances in construction. Still, you hear stories today of plants that get so hot at the ceiling that the […]

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