The material variety of F.S.P: Your customized solutions
We at F.S.P Ltd. are proud to offer you a wide range of materials for your individual requirements and wishes. With our powerful production facilities, we are able to process various materials, including paper, Airlaid, Top Tex and Nonwoven. Here you can learn more about the variety of our materials and how we can adapt them to your needs.
Paper: Special solutions for a wide range of requirements
Our specialty paper range includes materials such as TD55, SM80 and OS70. We supply these papers printed or unprinted, folded, in various widths and lengths as well as in diverse formats and different grammages. This allows us to tailor our specialty papers precisely to your individual requirements.
Airlaid: skin-friendly, soft and hydrophobic
AIRLAID is a special paper produced without water. It consists of cellulose and binders and is available in various structures and colors. AIRLAID is skin-friendly, soft and hydrophobic. From airlaid papers we produce table top products, inflight products and hygiene products.
ISY Tex: Environmentally friendly and 100% compostable
ISY Tex is a revolutionary material made of 100% cellulose, latex-free and without glue, binders or synthetic fibers. The traymats made of ISY Tex are equipped with an anti-slip coating and printed with up to 5 colors using the flexographic printing process. This eco-friendly material can help protect the environment and show your passengers that you are respectful of the environment.
Nonwoven: Robust nonwovens for versatile applications
Nonwoven are robust, synthetically produced nonwovens with a fabric-like structure. They are made from fibers and meet requirements such as high absorption, dry and wet strength, high strength and elongation properties, solvent resistance, dimensional stability, a soft handle, sealability or flame retardant properties. For the processing of Nonwoven various technologies are used, such as printing, cutting, die-cutting, folding/folding, spraying, coating, impregnating and ultrasonic welding.