One of a range of nonwoven materials


The Micrex Process has been used since the infancy of the nonwovens industry to enhance nonwoven substrates.

A wide variety of attributes in films can be modified by Microcreping


Microcreping can add properties to your film products, such as an increase in machine direction stretch of up to 300% (25% is typical), or an increase of up to 20 times the original film thickness.


Composite Structures

Composites provide a whole new way to take advantage of the Micrex Process and the properties it can add to your products.

A wide variety of papers can be modified by Microcreping


Micrex provides a softer, more environmentally friendly crepe than traditional wet creping.



The crepe look is also a high fashion look executed by The Micrex Process on textiles.