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

Woven Tubular Fabric

In order to achieve greater flexibility in textile solutions, Topp Textil invested in a new production building at the Durach site in 2010 to create a broadloom weaving mill, which has grown continuously in recent years. Currently, 28 looms are in operation at Topp's German site. The majority of the looms produce different hose fabrics based on shuttle weaving technology.

Woven round hoses have the advantage that, in contrast to woven hoses with an insertion edge or in contrast to made-up hoses, they have the same technical parameters over the entire fabric, do not show any thickening or edges and can be subjected to high pressure and tensile forces (no unwanted predetermined breaking points). Woven tubes on shuttle weave technology allow on the one hand the use of these genuine tube fabrics for technical purposes such as pipelines, construction textiles and filtration. On the other hand, round woven tubes cut diagonally have the properties of an elastic endless flat fabric. Especially for technical fabrics, where elastic threads cannot be used due to the requirements, three-dimensional deformations and structures can be reproduced and at the same time the advantages of a woven fabric can be used.

Topp's in-house weaving mill currently processes various staple fibres and filament yarns made of man-made fibres, natural fibres and blended yarns such as polyamide, polyester, PPS, meta-aramide and cotton polyester with yarn counts from 44 dtex to 60 tex. The round tubes can vary from 500 mm to 2000 mm depending on the article.