04.05.2015 - 07.05.2015 — Hall: 3.1 Stand: F 32
Mehler Texnologies is one of the leading international companies in coated fabrics market. More than 53 million square metres of material are produced and sold each year under the brand names VALMEX®, POLYMAR® and AIRTEX®. Mehler Texnologies is a part of Low & Bonar PLC. Our customers are companies from the processing industries. Over 60 years of development and production experience represents the basis for our sophisticated products. Permanent research and development improve the available composite materials and open up new areas of application. A machinery park, which is always up-to-date with the current status of technology, ensures the high and consistent quality of our products.
An active dialogue with planners, producers and processors from a variety of sectors and industry branches are proof of a close and trusting cooperation.
The technical textiles are divided into eight product groups:
Tarpaulins, Textile architecture, Boat & pool, Industry , Print, Solar protection, Tent, Containers
The basis of all technical textiles is the carrier fabric, which is manufacturer in the company's own weaving mills. Coatings made of several components are put together according to the application. The result is high quality fabrics and high-tech products, which are used in almost all global industries.
We manufacture our products at two sites in Germany and one in the Czech Republic. Sales companies in Italy, France, Great Britain, Poland, Latvia, Romania, Turkey and the USA as well as sales partners in other European countries, Asia and Australia serve customers in more than 80 countries.
History Mehler Texnologies
We have manufactured coated technical textiles for more than 60 years.
Mehler Texnologies was always one of the first.
1837 Foundation of the parent house by Mehler in Fulda
1888 Foundation of the parent house by HAKU in Wuppertal
1944 Manufacture of PVC coated textiles and technical synthetic leather
1954 Manufacture of technical textiles as defined today (with polyester fabrics)
1969 Tarpaulin fabrics are sealed with acrylic coats
1993 First polyolefin coatings are marketed and a recycling concept is developed
1994 First weldable PVDF coat "VALMEX® Mehatop F" is presented (improved durability in comparison with acrylic coats)
1998 Merger of HAKU Hammersteiner Kunststoffe GmbH, Hückelhoven with Mehler Technische Textilien GmbH, Fulda and renaming of the company as Mehler HAKU GmbH, Fulda
2004 New light-weight materials with a textile appearance are introduced to the market for the application of "digitally printed advertising banners" with a width of up to 5 metres (AIRTEX® GT and AIRTEX® magic)
2005 First coating of polyester fabrics with temperature and chemically resistant THC (fluor) plastics
2006 Renaming of Mehler HAKU GmbH and bundling of the coat application and calender coating activities in Mehler Texnologies GmbH
2008 Mehler Texnologies joins the Low&Bonar Group
2012 Introduction of our facade mesh materials under the name TF 400
2014 Invention of the VALMEX® Mehatop N lacquering membranes with improved self-cleaning capacity
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