Smart companies worldwide have learned how to create new products using the Micrex Process. We can help you transform your nonwovens, papers, films, textiles and composite structures to dramatically alter their physical properties. Add dimensionality to enhance elasticity and stretch, absorbency, bulk, softness, drape, decorative effects, pre-shrinking, and more and to radically expand the range of options for your sheet materials.
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Find out more about our compressive treatment technology and how we can enhance your products.
Micrex has demonstrated its capability as a strong, innovative and committed partner for some of the largest and most sophisticated companies in the world in a wide range of industries.
MICREX IS ALL ABOUT TRIALS
It’s easy to test out new product ideas with MICREX as often as you like.
Micrex technology is applied using an empirical model based on trials. With three lab scale machines in our production facility, we can produce all nine configurations of the Micrex/Microcreper and efficiently test your product under a wide range of conditions, quickly arriving at a go/no go gate toward further development.
Based on the success of these initial “screening trials” for your product, we can seamlessly move through developmental and then production trials. Our extensive know-how allows us to optimize the final product to fit with your objectives.
We maintain one 2.2 meter, one 1.7 meter and one 3.0 meter Micrex/Microcreper systems at our facility outside of Boston in the United States. This equipment is available for research and development, production testing and long or short-term contract converting on all nine configurations of the Micrex/Microcreper.
As Micrex can achieve high equipment utilization and efficiency, contract converting is the low-cost way to utilize the Micrex Process.
Long Term Contract Converting / Equipment Purchase / Technology License
Micrex offers ongoing contract converting services, as well as the option to purchase equipment. This enables a successful product to eventually be taken “in-house”.