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Testori Introduces Products in North America

September 27, 2010

Filter Media Services to bring products to market.

Testori, S.p.A., an international group with over 100 years ofweaving and needle felt production experience in the fabric filtration market, is introducing its product in North America with the assistance of Filter Media Services, LLC. Testori is unique in the fabric filtration business, manufacturing needled felts for dust collection, weaving a wide range of fabrics for liquid filtration and also making air slide fabrics for conveying.


Based near Milan, Italy, Testori operates five plants dedicated to industrial filtration. The Testori media line presents converters with a number of standard and special textile products now being offered to help meet the needs of end users in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. In its weaving operation, Testori produces monofilament, multi-filament and spun fabrics as well as a combination of those yarn types, plus double layer fabrics. Testori weaves liquid filtration fabrics in polypropylene, polyethylene, nylon, polyester, PTFE, Saran, PVC and cotton. Their dust fabrics are available in acrylic and polyester, plus anti-static versions.


The needle felt line includes felts from acrylic, polyester, aramid, PPS, P84 and PTFE fibers. Technical felt concepts are highlighted by oil/water repellents, PTFE bath, anti-static, spark blocking and urethane coatings. Testori’s “Novates” finish revolutionizes urethane coatings with a blinding resistance capability unique in the industry.

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