1. Airbag Seam Tape
  2. Bias Binding Tape
  3. Cut Tape
  4. Edging Tape
  5. Flame Retardant Tapes
  6. Luminescent Tapes
  7. Piping and Cord Piping
  8. Printed Textile Tapes
  9. Punched Tapes
  10. Reflective Tape
  11. Ruffle Tape
  12. Sealing Tape
  13. Seam Joining Tape – Topp Speedfix
  14. Seam Reinforcement
  15. Self-Adhesive Tapes
  16. Tunnel Tape
  17. Underwire Tape
  18. Waistband
  19. Woven Filtration Tube
  20. Woven Tubular Fabric

Edging Tape

Topp Textil has been producing various cut tapes for use as edging tapes since 1945, making it the oldest tape manufacturer in Germany. Basically, a binding tape has the task of reinforcing and stabilising the garment or the respective sewing garment, giving it its shape and preventing the sewing garment from fraying. In addition to these functions, binding tapes are also used as a stylistic element.

Edging tapes from Topp are used in a wide variety of business areas. Depending on the area of application in which the tape is used, a special design is required. Topp Textil offers inelastic tapes hot cut and cold cut, bias tapes, longitudinal and or transverse elastic tapes, printed tapes, tapes with different light fastness and much more. These tapes are cut from artificial leather, cotton, polyester and other materials as woven, knitted, knitted and non-woven fabrics and are supplied in a wide variety of widths, colours, finishes and designs.

Velour and velvet tapes, for example, are often used in the home textiles sector and woven tapes in taffeta, satin, macosatin and cotton percale are also used in the clothing industry. Synthetic leather tapes are used, for example, for shoes, tents and bags, as well as in the automotive industry for edging floor mats, covers and the like. Whether braided, folded, glued, as a cord tape or diagonally in bright colours - the range and the processing possibilities offer a diverse spectrum of application and design options.

In addition to the range of binding tapes, Topp Textil produces a variety of different web tapes for separating quilt fillings. These are worked into quilts in such a way that they form small chambers there which fix the filling in place.