The production of fibers, fabrics and textiles continues to grow steadily. In recent decades, fiber production has multiplied to 30 million tons. In 2025, 130 million tons are expected, 107 million tons of which are man-made fibers. These synthetic fibers have the following composition:
The production of synthetic fibers, PP nonwovens and geotextiles, generates waste in the form of production scrap and cutting waste. Disposal of this waste involves considerable effort and expense. To counteract that geotextiles and PP nonwoven fabric that are no longer needed can be recycled.
The ISEC evo by PURE LOOP is particularly suitable for processing PP nonwoven fabric and geotextiles.
The recycling machine features
and is a true material all-rounder.
Due to its large feed chamber and chopping chamber width, the machine recycles PP nonwoven fabric and geotextiles in various shapes and sizes.
The ISEC evo recycling machine is equipped with high-performance cutting knives that are specifically designed to resist wear.
Higher refeeding quota
Saves costs and energy
High-quality end products
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TenCate Geosynthetics has succeeded in producing highly tear-resistant PP nonwoven fabric with a recycled content of up to 10 percent for civil engineering applications. The PURE LOOP ISEC evo made this possible.
It revolutionizes the sustainable production of geosynthetics and supports another important step towards the circular economy.
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The demand for sustainable solutions to recycle fibers and textiles like PP nonwoven fabric continues to grow. At PURE LOOP we know how to meet this growing demand. Learn more in our blog article The potential of industrial fiber recycling.