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Reportaje Cinco Días 24/1/2011

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Economía&Empresa - Lunes, 24 de Enero de 2011

“Controlamos la calidad en todos los procesos de producción”

Claves del éxito de una firma referente

  • 25 años de experiencia en los procesos de hilatura, tejeduría y confección
  • Producción en España
  • Marcas propias y consolidadas: Kentfire, Kentex, Kentlan
  • La innovación (anticipación a la demanda, control de cada proceso de producción hasta el producto final, testado y certificado)
  • Plazo máximo de entrega 30 días
  • Servicio de entregas en 24 - 48 horas
  • Página web completa e interactiva: www.kentkan.com, además descargable para que cualquier usuario pueda confeccionar su propio catálogo. La empresa está renovando su web.

"Protección Laboral" Magazine, 4th Quarter 2010

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Kentexport solutions for intense physical activity

entexport presents a new line of clothes at Sicur. Designed for intense physical activity, they have been conceived to be in contact with the skin. The fibres used for weaving the fabric are very similar to microfibers and produce a comfortable feel, weighing 150 gr/sq. mt. and with great elasticity. These clothes are designed to have antibacterial and bacteriostatic properties (with silver fibres), necessary
for those who work in environments where stagnant waters pose a risk.

This very specific product has been designed with waterproof outsides to avoid water or humidity penetration while breathability is not impaired for air will flow between fibres, something water molecules cannot do.

"Lucha contra el Fuego" Magazine. 2nd quarter 2010

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KENTEXPORT. PROTECTIVE CAPE WITH KENTFIRE FABRIC

The company specialized in making protective clothing against cold and fire, and is not launching an interesting novelty: a protective cape for firefighters, made from Kentfire fabric, produced mainly from meta-aramide, para-aramide and carbon fibres, and certified as 11.612A and C2. The product is currently being tested by several Firefighter Schools in Spain, with great success in Flashover and Backdraft operations.