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Fire-Resistant Fabrics

Flame-resistant and fire-retardant fabrics are essential safety tools in a variety of industrial, commercial, and municipal applications. Technological improvements in these fabrics have facilitated the development flame barriers, coverings, numerous types of personal protective equipment, and more. This blog post will discuss the differences between flame-resistant and fire-retardant fabrics, common applications of these fabrics, and […]

Antimicrobial Fabric: What Is It?

Antimicrobial fabric is designed to fight the growth of bacteria, mold, fungus, and other microbes. These microbe-fighting properties come from a chemical treatment, or antimicrobial finish, that is topically applied to textiles during the finishing stage, granting them the ability to inhibit microbial growth. Antimicrobial textile is ideal for many commercial, residential, and industrial applications. […]

Nylon Mesh Fabric: All You Need to Know

At Jason Mills LLC, we offer superior knitted mesh fabrics in a variety of weights, sizes, colors, and finishes. Our mesh fabric is comprised of polyester, nylon, or polypropylene fibers and yarns. Most materials are mesh in orientation for enhanced breathability. These fabrics are useful for a variety of applications including industrial, occupational safety, recreational, […]

Fabric Finishes: Treatments, Types, and Considerations

When talking about textiles, the “finish” refers to the functional and aesthetic characteristics of the fabric achieved after all production and processing operations are complete. Depending on what finishing and treatment processes are employed, the final fabric can exhibit properties that vastly differ from the raw fabric, including in regard to color, texture, and performance. […]

Impact Screens: Choosing the Best Fabric

The impact screens used in golf practice simulators represent a growing market with many unique challenges. They must show a clear image of the simulated fairway while remaining durable enough to stand up to thousands of impacts over time. Ultimately, the performance of the simulator hinge on the quality of the fabric used to create […]

Medical Textiles: Properties, Classifications

Medical textiles are versatile fibrous fabrics designed to safely treat wounds and medical conditions. You will generally find one of two main groups of fibers utilized within medical textiles: commodity fibers and specialty fibers. Commodity fibers are fairly standard and are often made out of materials such as cotton, polyester, or nylon. Specialty fibers, on […]

Welcome to 2019

Happy New Year- bring on the excitement! The start of the new year and the ending / continuation of the previous chapter in our business lives for me at least is always a time of anticipation. On the one hand we can look back and chart where we’ve been- have we hit the check marks […]

Back To Work

We are just past the half-way point of 2018.  There has been a whole lot accomplished in the past six months, but in a lot of ways it seems as though it’s just setting the table for the second act. Take for instance the recently completed Techtextil trade show that we displayed at in Atlanta.  […]

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 […]