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Corona: Textile producers in Baden-Württemberg are switching to mouth and nose masks
- Maute + Renz Textil (Albstadt):
ProtectMe is the name of the fashionable and everyday mouth and nose protection from the knitting specialist. The bacteriostatic product in loop form consists of the clinically proven high-tech fiber Trevira Bioactive. The textile protection has an astonishingly high filter performance, as confirmed by air flow measurements in the laboratory of Albstadt University. This property is achieved through an extremely fine knitting technique using microfibre - 20 times thinner than human hair - and permanently elastic elastane.
- Alfred Apelt (Oberkirch):
The third-generation family company has quickly converted its production and is now sewing not only decorative fabrics, bed and table linen, but also mouth and nose masks.
- Novila (New Town):
In order to avoid short-time work, the delicatessen manufacturer has turned around. Poplin on the outside, fine jersey on the inside: The new mouth and nose masks made entirely of washable cotton are now produced alongside the finest day and nightwear and can be ordered in the online shop.
- from Jungfeld (Mannheim):
The young fashion label has started a campaign together with a German-Czech wood manufacturer. Instead of socks and wooden accessories, 1,000 reusable cotton masks are to be produced every week. Quote from the website: “In addition to buying a normal mask, you also have the option of buying a soli mask. You will receive your mask as normal. With the surcharge, however, we produce additional masks at cost price that people in need can obtain free of charge. "
- Schiesser Group (Radolfzell):
The Schiesser Group makes the sewing and production capacities that have now become available to interested third-party companies. The offer is aimed at companies that come from the specialist sector, have the necessary know-how and meet the correspondingly high standards. One of the pure sewing companies in Slovakia is already busy with a state contract for the production of protective masks.
- Medima (Albstadt):
Medima, the well-known producer of heated underwear, is switching to textile face masks for the non-medical sector. According to managing director Tobias Katz, 5,000 pieces and more could be produced every week. - Revived (Stuttgart): The sewing shop, founded in 2015, quickly responded to calls for help from midwives, pharmacists and private individuals. Instead of designer clothing, only masks are sewn - previously 1,000 pieces per day. Sarah Kürten, the boss, is now aiming to double the number of items.
- Baran made-to-measure clothing (Walldürn):
High-quality shirts and tailored suits have to wait; Protective masks, which are also sold in the region, now have priority.
- Rösch Fashion (Tübingen):
Nightwear production has to take a break: the fashion specialist is now switching to non-certified fabric masks. The company aims to produce 100,000 pieces per week.
- Sanetta (Messstetten):
The baby and children's clothing manufacturer also relies on the production of face and nose protective masks for clinics and for private customers in times of crisis.
- Hugo Boss (Metzingen):
As of April, the global brand will have over 180,000 face masks produced at its headquarters in Metzingen. According to information from the Südwestpresse, they are to be donated to public institutions. The cotton articles should be washed in the washing machine up to 50 times.
- Fashion accessories & bodywear (Albstadt):
The underwear manufacturer has also switched its production to mouth and nose protection for adults and children. A third of the production is now to be used, as a press release says, "for system-relevant products". Initially, up to 200,000 masks a week are planned.
- Freudenberg & Co. KG (Weinheim):
In the corona crisis, the conglomerate wants to intensify the production of nonwovens for face masks. For this purpose, according to the company, additional capacities are to be created over the existing production line in Kaiserslautern, on which the basic material for the protective equipment is manufactured.
- Comazo (Taifingen):
The underwear manufacturer is about to start producing face and nose masks and other protective clothing. The articles are to be sold in the company's own online shop for hospitals, medical institutions and private individuals. A medically certified FFP ”mouthguard made of nonwoven and meltblown filter material, a reusable textile mouthguard made of a cotton-elastane mixture that can be washed up to 95 ° C, as well as a simple mouthguard made of polypropylene nonwoven in the basic version are offered.
- Maier Textil (Bisingen):
For a week, mouth-nose masks and protective gowns have been on the production program alongside baby and children's wash. As a result of the partial production changeover, 8,000 masks and 700 protective suits are to be delivered.
- Speidel (Bodelshausen):
The specialist in women's delicate clothing has expanded its production and starts manufacturing mouth and nasal masks. They are made of 100 percent organic cotton (two-ply) and are washable at 95 ° C. The fabric for the masks is produced, made up and sewn in Baden-Württemberg, the textile face protection is made in our own factories in Hungary and Romania.
- Hakro (Schrozberg):
The corporate fashion provider creates additional production capacities for the manufacture of mouth and nose masks. The company is reacting to the current undersupply. The first large quantities of mouth and nose protection will be available for the company's textile retail partners from the 16th calendar week.
- Lukip parasols (Freiburg):
Sabina Berton, head of the Lukip parasol shipping company, reacts to the continuing high demand for mouth and nose masks with a corresponding production order from her Polish partner company. "We can currently produce up to 20,000 mouth masks a week," says the startup founder. Quantities of 1,000 or more are sold on the company's website “almost at cost price,” as it says there.
- Ecorizon (Fellbach):
Achahha, the label for sustainable knitwear, now has reusable "made in Germany" knitted masks at a unit price from 14.99 euros in the shop after a partial production changeover. The reusable masks made of organic cotton with elastic bands made of polyamide and elastane are knitted seamlessly into shape and thus adapt perfectly to the contours of the face. 3,000 masks are currently produced every week.
- Wörner south terry (Herbrechtingen-Bolheim):
Bathrobes, nightwear, children's bibs ... The manufacturer of terry toweling on the Swabian East Alb offers a simple mask design that has now been registered as a utility model with a view to the mask emergency. It has an envelope into which a soft paper or fleece insert is inserted, which can then be easily replaced if it gets wet. Company boss Hans-Martin Wörner: “We are making this idea available free of charge until the end of September during the Corona crisis.” Companies that want to use the concept for commercial purposes during this time are invited to make donations for the Lima children's organization via www .suedfrottier.de to participate. The big hit at Wörner Südfrottier, however, is the “kit”, which contains all textile mask components and can be sewn with an industrial sewing machine with a binder in every tailoring shop. The daily production of a seamstress can be up to 800 pieces. For every mask sold, including the kit, the company pays 15 cents to the children's organization.
- Südwesttextil (Stuttgart):
On the Internet platform "Place2tex" operated jointly with the Allianz Faserbasierte Werkstoffe Baden-Württemberg, over 120 companies with their competencies have now been listed; In addition, sewing capacities are being pooled in order to accelerate the production of textile protective equipment. Webinars and online courses on the compliant production of protective equipment are also organized, which over 1,200 interested parties have viewed and booked within a few hours.
- hms easy stretch (Heilbronn):
The two-layer masks are made by the swimwear manufacturer from the stretchy fabric used for previous products. 1,000 to 3,500 masks per day are planned and can be ordered in the company's own online shop.
- H. Stoll (Reutlingen):
The knitting machine manufacturer now provides its customers with special knitting programs for the production of makeshift mouth and nose masks. In its online pattern shop, Stoll offers various variations of knitting programs for different machine gauges for free download. The mask models are neither medically nor otherwise certified.
- Mayer textile printing company (Meßstetten-Unterdigisheim):
The specialist for innovative coatings has developed various equipment for medical face masks and protective masks, which are currently being tested in the Hohenstein Institute. They are antibacterial and have the lotus effect and thus for the formation of droplets of the aerosols, which can be combated so effectively. Face masks are currently being printed for various textile manufacturers. Children's masks usually have an all-over print and are therefore friendlier. Masks with the company logo are created for a lingerie manufacturer. According to a company spokeswoman, the demand for branded protective masks is increasing.
- Trigema (Burladingen):
The sports and leisure clothing manufacturer has started production of face masks. 100,000 are to be produced weekly in the near future. The masks are primarily delivered to consumers and should also be available in packs of ten in the online shop after Easter.
- Moldex-Metric (Walddorfhäslach):
The manufacturer of respiratory and hearing protection products has expanded its expertise and volume in the fight against Covid-19 in order to be able to supply face masks with the highest safety level (FFP2 / 3). According to a Tagesschau report, all components "from the knitting tape to the filter" are produced at the site, regardless of supply chain raw material from Asia. Extra shifts were part of the agenda. Regular customers would be supplied as well as the medical sector as a new innovation.
- Soon (Wannweil):
Known for its acoustic fabrics and protective textile covers for technical devices, the company is now also a mask manufacturer. With partners from the region, antibacterial and washable mouth and nose masks are produced in large numbers (up to 1000 masks per day). The masks are available in their own online shop.
- Merkplus (Mössingen):
The corporate workwear manufacturer has switched part of its capacities to industrial washable mouth and nose masks that are neither personal protective equipment nor a medical product. With a weekly capacity of 25,000 masks, the company wants to make its contribution to protecting the population. The masks are initially available in white, later in different colors. Individualization with a company logo or name is possible.
- Cotonea (Bempflingen):
The company from the Esslingen district brings the continuously high demand for makeshift mouth and nose masks made of fair organic textiles into play. Reusable makeshift mouth and nose masks made of organic cotton for private use are now being produced on two lines in the company's own Czech sewing shop. Packs of ten are offered in the company's web shop.
- S. Schweikhardt Moden (Sonnenbühl):
The fully integrated textile company from the premium fashion segment has also switched to face masks as a makeshift mouth guard. Under the name "mesh-protect", the family business in the Swabian Alb produces several thousand high-quality masks sustainably every day. Certification according to the Global Organic Texttile Standard (GOTS) ensures that no harmful chemicals land on the skin. The masks can be washed at 90 ° C and are reusable.
- Sport-Tex Haag (Remchingen):
The textile wholesaler bundles the production of washable and reusable mouth and nose protection from various small sewing factories in Germany. In addition, the production of sportswear in Portugal was switched to mouth and nose masks. According to managing director Ulrich E. Haag, the daily capacity of non-certified cotton masks is 1,000 pieces. A breathable fabric with an antimicrobial finish is used.
- Karl Helble leather and textile processing (Obernhein):
Around 300 mouth and nose masks a day as makeshift protection are now also coming from Obernhein. The reusable masks are made from cotton fabrics with an Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certificate. The products are sold online in five colors, and the masks are sent postage-free.
- Dukal laundry (Durchhausen):
The manufacturer of fitted sheets and pillowcases has partially converted its production. This means that the company in Durchhausen now also has makeshift face masks washable at 95 degrees and thus reusable in its delivery program.
- Dornier (Lindau):
The manufacturer of highly effective weaving technology now supports textile companies around the world who want to convert their technology to urgently needed protective items in Corona times with textile-technical modeling. The proven system family from Dornier, on which two thirds of all airbag cushions worldwide are usually produced, is suitable for the quick, easy and reliable production of mouthguards made of cotton or polyester! On the type A1 air-jet weaving machines, life-saving mouthguards can be woven as "One Piece Woven" in one piece and then lasered into the desired shape. Depressions and structures for inserting filters and valves can also be incorporated in order to further increase the effectiveness of the masks. Antimicrobial materials such as silver threads also increase the protective effect.
- DTT / Silotec (Sulz / Pfaffenhofen):
Two companies, one idea! The manufacturer of technical textiles DTT and the silo manufacturer Silotec from the Rottweil region have joined forces with different competencies in order to be able to employ their short-time workers: On the basis of sewing kits and video instructions, reusable and virus-proof protective suits and face masks are now being manufactured at home. In this way, something is earned on top of the short-time allowance. The mouth and body protection made of high-quality materials goes to customers in the healthcare sector.
- Kübler Workwear (Plüdershausen):
In the sewing shop of the workwear manufacturer, mouth and nose masks are helping to cope with the growing need for preventive distance textiles. Thousands of non-certified masks are mentioned in a press release from the protective clothing manufacturer. The current offer includes models with elastic bands and ties in the colors bordeaux, navy, medium gray and orange. The fabrics used - 100 percent cotton or cotton-polyester blends - are designed for washing at 90 ° C. In order to be able to adapt the masks individually to the shape of the face, they have three folds and an integrated, malleable nose clip.
- Naturana Dölker (Gomaringen):
The corsetry manufacturer is helping to cushion the mask shortage in the Corona crisis. Sewing is carried out in our own production facilities in Poland and the Czech Republic as well as in some southern German locations, also with the help of the subsidiary Südtrikot. The first production quantities were distributed directly on site, mainly in the local hospitals and clinics. As the company reports, the flood of mask inquiries, for example from doctors, psychotherapists, nursing services, pharmacies and even schools, does not stop.
Weber Ultrasonics (Karlsbad):
The technology provider has been producing its own mouthguards for the first time since March. In the first step in the manufacture of respiratory protection and surgical masks, an open-pored needle fleece as a stabilizer, a layer of meltblown fleece as a particle filter and a layer of spunbond fleece (spun bond) are shaped by deep drawing. Then the edges of the mask are joined in an ultrasonic welding process. The production capacity of the compact standard system with a single tool is around 60 respiratory masks per hour. Protection class FFP3 is aimed for for masks manufactured in accordance with the current standards and a corresponding accelerated test of corona virus pandemic respiratory protection masks (CPA) is carried out for Germany. At the same time, the manufacturer records, among other things. there is strong demand for production equipment for surgical masks. "We are currently building a test facility for this application at high pressure, in which a newly developed process for continuous ultrasonic welding is used. This will enable us to increase the production capacity from 200 to 400, perhaps even to 600 masks per minute", explains Sales director Christian Unser.
- Lingerie crown (Laichingen):
As a manufacturer of hotel and catering linen, the company is breaking new ground with textile mouth and nose masks. The non-medical products are available in various fabric qualities, including microfibre, satin fabric or microfilament. All three qualities are characterized by good moisture absorption and are therefore also suitable for long periods of wear.They are also available in versions with ties or ear loops. Together with a partner from neighboring European countries, laundry krone currently has a production capacity of 20,000 masks per week. From an order quantity of 5,000 pieces, customized versions are also offered, for example in different colors or with labels / own logo.
- Germanysales Trading (Kichentelllinsfort):
With the slogan "Made in EU", Anastasios Tsarnos offers high-quality cotton makeshift mouthguards in its two online shops. Companies and public institutions are among the customers who can be supplied within 48 hours. The double-layered and reusable, washable masks with tested quality are more environmentally sustainable than disposable mouth masks, emphasizes the entrepreneur.
- Joyfill (Heitersheim):
The established manufacturer of textile baby and children's needs is now also relying on makeshift masks. Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified fabrics class 1 (suitable for babies) made of cotton and polypropylene are used for the two-layer structure.
- Marcel Malysek-Sports (Albstadt-Ebingen):
The entrepreneur sells colorful masks with messages that make you smile in his online shop. It says, for example, "I miss my gym" or "FCK CRN" (Fuck Corona). Together with friends, he implemented the idea of involving three southern German companies in the production of up to 30,000 washable makeshift textile masks made of synthetic material every week.
- Reiff (Reutlingen):
Parallel to the mask requirement in Baden-Württemberg, the Reutlingen-based technology company, in cooperation with the Tübingen fashion company Rösch, has added mouth and nose masks for company customers to its product range. They are sold in the online shop. The textile masks are now available at short notice. Although they do not offer direct protection against viruses or bacteria, they do prevent infectious droplets of saliva from being transmitted to other people through coughing or sneezing.
- Mey (Albstadt):
After the mouth and nose masks of the women's and men's underwear manufacturer were previously only made available to institutional facilities, the sustainably produced masks are now also available in the online shop. According to the company, 150,000 pieces are produced every week.
- Efix Tricot (Hechingen):
In addition to women's fashion, certified mouth and nose masks are now also coming from Hechingen. The three-layer protection is made of a double-sided virus-proof material from a neighboring manufacturer, the associated membrane comes from a Bavarian surgical textile manufacturer. Retirement and nursing homes are also among the company's new customers, as are industrial companies.
- Ziegler + Schenk (Göppingen):
In just a few weeks, the machine manufacturer has developed a fully automatic production line for everyday masks, with which non-textile companies can also get started in mask production. The plant, for which there are already four interested parties according to the company, can produce up to 21,000 units per working day. The Gansler Group company actually specializes in assembly systems for automobile production.
- Freudenberg (Weinheim):
The global technology company Freudenberg now produces mouth and nose masks for end users under the brand name “Collectex”. The masks made of a high-quality, three-layer filter medium have been manufactured in Germany since the end of April and will be available from May 11 in the Vileda online shop and through trading partners of the Freudenberg Home and Cleaning Solutions (FHCS) business group. "We acted quickly, expanded our capacities and invested in production facilities for the manufacture of mouth-nose masks," said Dr. Mohsen Sohi, CEO of the Freudenberg Group. The aim is to produce around one million masks a day in four shifts around the clock, seven days a week. In addition, the technology company continues to supply flat goods to professional packaging companies and existing customers.
- DITF (Denkendorf):
The German Institute for Textile and Fiber Research Denkendorf (DITF) have retrofitted their research facilities in order to be able to produce 200,000 certified FFP 2 protective masks together with partners in the next few weeks. The technical center of the textile research center in Denkendorf is actually not designed for the production of nonwovens for FFP 2 masks. The team from the nonwovens technology department managed to convert the system in two weeks so that the material produced achieves a separation efficiency at FFP 2 level. This is used to make masks that are to be worn by doctors and nurses, but also by fire brigade and police forces during the corona pandemic. The protective masks are assembled by Junker and then tested and certified by DEKRA. Since February 2020, the DITF has also been advising companies and organizations on the search for suitable filter media for textile masks.
- Amann Group (Bönnigheim):
The leading sewing thread manufacturer is now involved in the production of FFP2 standard certified respiratory protection masks on behalf of the state of Baden-Württemberg. Amann supports the Hauber Group, Nürtingen, a founding member of the FIGHT consortium, the aim of which is to establish a resilient mask value-added network in Germany. (textile network reported). In its state-of-the-art Sewing Technology Center in Bönnigheim, Amann has the necessary machine equipment and competent employees with excellent sewing skills. The conversion to the processing of the new materials could be completed at short notice, so that Amann is now active in the manufacture of respiratory masks. The production takes place under strict hygienic conditions. The FFP2 masks are certified by Dekra and approved for healthcare professionals to fight the COVID-19 virus during the pandemic. The distribution takes place via the state of Baden-Württemberg.
- Hero Textil (Crailsheim):
Our mouth and nose masks are completely different in the way they are manufactured than the countless sewn masks. Our masks are 100 percent made in Germany and consist of a spacer knitted polyester / elastane that is thermoformed. Although it is expressly not a question of medical or PPE masks, due to their hydrophobic properties they significantly minimize the risk of droplet infection, ”says sales manager Guido Günther to textile network. Thanks to the special shape, direct contact with the mouth is avoided, which can have a positive effect on the moisture penetration of the mask. Easily washable at 60 degrees without losing its shape. Do not iron, do not tumble dry. Available in many colors. The production capacity is currently being expanded further, "so that we will soon be able to manufacture up to 30,000 masks per day and that even during times of crisis", Guido Günther informs us.
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