DITF develop technology for new, reinforced membranes for electrolysers.
The results of the "Paper Light" research project are beautifully designed luminaires made of paper yarn. They can be manufactured in an environmentally friendly and cost-effective way and are fully recyclable.
One Piece Masks from precision woven fabrics in Jacquard weaving technique
Together with Kaiser Möbelwerkstätten GmbH, the DITF have developed a sustainable sound absorber whose technology fits into the smallest of spaces.
Tablecloths could in future ensure distances between guests and transmit orders. To make them feel like fabric, the DITF are developing a purely textile sensor technology.
Using free production capacities, improving wearing comfort and avoiding waste: the DITF are developing several approaches for reusable protective masks.
Chitin makes insect wings flexible. This polysaccharide could soon be used in dressing materials in medicine.
The DITF have converted their research facilities and now produce certified FFP2 protective masks together with partners.
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Franz Effenberger on his 90th birthday
The DITF develop new resin systems for fiber-reinforced plastics that simplify process technology.