Textilene Dim Out™ - Explore the versatility and function of Twitchell’s latest dense canvas-like fabric. Designed with a tightly woven construction, Dim Out™ offers privacy without total darkness with water-resistant perks. This perfect indoor or outdoor fabric has eight color options and is available in a 120” width.
Textilene™ brand fabrics are incredibly UV stable, flame resistant, easy to clean, and engineered with antimicrobial agents. Dim Out™ contains a non-phthalate plasticizer composed of REACH compliant materials and meets NFPA and CSFM standards.
23 x 21 tightly-woven PVC coated polyester screen with high visibility and superior insect protection.
Nano 70 keeps out the smallest insects, resists punctures and tears, and lasts three times longer than fiberglass screens. Nano 70 is exceptionally UV stable, flame resistant, easy to clean, and engineered with antimicrobial agents.
36" | 48" | 60" | 72" | 84" | 96" | 108" | 126"
• 15-Year Warranty
• Superior Insect Protection
• No UV Fading or Flaking
• Withstands 800 pounds of resistance
• 70% UV Blockage
Nano 70 Black
T18F3S004 x 36"
T18F3S007 x 48"
T18F3S008 x 60"
T18F3S005 x 72"
T18F3S009 x 84"
T18F3S003 x 96"
T18F3S006 x 108"
T18F3S001 x 126"
Roll Lengths: 33.3 yards
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100 Years of American Made Excellence – Woven into your life.
Just like the individual yarns that make up our fabrics, Twitchell Technical Products blends 100 years of innovative products, brand excellence, and custom solutions into a pattern of success. While very few companies in any industry have withstood the test of time to celebrate their centennial, Twitchell is proud to celebrate its 100th Anniversary.
Twitchell celebrated Wednesday, May 11th, to recognize and thank current and retired employees, customers, and suppliers that have helped shape Twitchell Technical Product’s success over the past century.
Founded in 1922 by Earl Wagner Twitchell in Unionville, Connecticut, then moved to Philadelphia in 1930, the company initially manufactured woven and knitted paper products – the first of many industry innovations.
Twitchell moved to Dothan in 1954 and eventually transitioned to manufacturing its current prevailing product lines, beginning in 1967 with Textilene® a PVC coated polyester fabric. Another first for the manufacturing world. Twitchell has maintained the same 33-acre manufacturing site since 1956. We pride ourselves on knowing our yarn, fabric, and textiles are made in the USA, in our Dothan, AL headquarters.
According to Gena Webb, VP of R&D/Products, "Developing higher performing fabrics, creative designs, and expanding into new markets is how Twitchell maintained centennial success. Since the beginning, The Twitchell name has represented quality and innovation in yarns and fabrics." says Webb. "We are privileged to have continued confidence from deep-rooted customers and dedicated suppliers. Our commitment will continue as we look to our next 100 years."
Today, as throughout its history, Twitchell continues to revolutionize the outdoor furniture, interior & exterior solar screen, specialty fabric, safety, and coating markets. With over 360 stocked fabrics available on-demand and a 1200 active custom color library, Twitchell stays committed to innovation, brand excellence and flexibility in manufacturing and design.
Nano 50™ - The original 17x14 poly insect screen is now available in a 144” width!
Textilene® PVC coated polyester screen is exceptionally UV stable, flame resistant, easy to clean, and engineered with antimicrobial agents. Nano 50™ is highly resistant to punctures and tears with the strength to withstand 800 pounds of resistance. Backed by a 15 Year Warranty, Textilene Nano 50™ will outlast traditional fiberglass screens.
Made in the USA.
Twitchell Technical Products Treats First Responders to Holiday Dinner
DOTHAN, Alabama, December 21, 2020: While it’s usually all-business around the Wiregrass Public Safety Center, first responders were treated to a little Christmas cheer thanks to a local company. First responders, including law enforcement, firefighters, EMTs and their families, enjoyed a socially distanced Christmas meal compliments of Twitchell.
“Twitchell values and appreciates all that Dothan’s Fire and Police do for businesses and individuals, and the protection they offer,” says Paul Cleary, Twitchell Technical Products, CEO. “We wanted a way to thank them for all the training, hard work, long hours and sacrifices they make every day,” he adds.
The Wiregrass Public Safety Center is poised to have a dynamic, impactful, and socially distanced 2021. With free programs offered to the public, like the Women’s Safety Initiative, a firearms course and a career academy for kids, coordinators look forward to promoting a safer Wiregrass moving forward. For more information on these programs, visit safewiregrass.org.
“The dinner was fantastic. The first responders and their families were grateful to Twitchell and their entire team for the support and recognition of the services that are provided daily to the citizens of the Wiregrass.” said Jason Wright, WPSC Executive Coordinator. About 50 folks enjoyed dinner according to Wright.
Since 1922, Twitchell Technical Products, LLC has represented quality in yarns and fabrics across a multitude of industries. Today, they have grown into a multi-national manufacturer of some of the world’s most innovative fibers, textiles and coatings. Located in Dothan, their broad product spectrum ranges from outdoor furniture fabric to exterior shading and everything in between.
About Wiregrass Public Safety Center
The Wiregrass Public Safety Center is a national model for improving the readiness and effectiveness of first responders and the safety education of the general public. The center’s many resources provide law enforcement officers, firefighters and EMTs an unmatched ability to prepare for the rising complexity of today’s emergency situations. In addition, a strong commitment to the community amplifies its impact through instruction and training opportunities for volunteer responders and other residents. The center is funded by a partnership of public and private institutions including the Wiregrass Foundation, City of Dothan and Houston County. For more information, visit safewiregrass.org.
Twitchell is featured in this month's issue of Patio & Hearth magazine. Learn more about our patterns, fabrics and company culture in our fall spotlight article. According to CEO Paul Cleary, who joined the company in January, "a primary focus of ours has always been on design and flexibility with customers."
Read more on pages 40, 70 & 79 here: https://issuu.com/peninsula-media/docs/phpr_sept_oct_2020/40
In a post COVID-19 era, cleaning and safety should be a top priority. With Textilene®, our fabrics are chemical resistant and anti-microbial so they stand up to heavy use and a variety of conditions; they have excellent abrasion, tear, fade and stain resistance.
Learn more about Textilene’s® uses and care below:
Twitchell is excited to announce that it has expanded its solar fabric offering for exterior uses with the Nano 97 fabric. Twitchell’s Nano 97 is ideal for any exterior application that requires U.V. protection and year-round durability.
The Nano 97 is a 2x2 basket weave PVC-coated polyester fabric that is manufactured with Twitchell’s signature TEXTILENE® core yarn. It’s specifically designed to reduce heat transfer and solar glare to help maintain your view. TEXTILENE® can protect both indoor-outdoor furnishings and is flame and fade resistant.
Joining the Nano 95 and Nano 99 fabrics, the Nano 97 is fabricated with a lightweight .014’’ core diameter yarn and a strong 420 denier polyester core. The Nano 97 fabric is ideal for those harsh South and West facing elevations because of its ability to reduce solar heat gain, while transforming any space into a comfortable outdoor oasis. Some of the new Nano 97 fabric’s key features are:
Download the Nano 97 digital swatch card at the link below:
Nano 97™, by Twitchell Corporation, is sold as rolled goods to manufacturers who design, engineer and fabricate finished applications. Contact your local Twitchell Regional Sales Manager today for more information: https://www.twitchellcorp.com/contact.html
Additionally, it also passes Florida and Texas Building Codes when manufactured within an enclosed framed system.
Dealers utilizing the OmegaTex™ fabric in an approved system during hurricane-strength winds up to 150-mph have reported that the system held as designed and the fabric not only withstood the wind loads, but no projectiles penetrated the fabric.
Twitchell’s unique fabric construction woven with PVC coated warp (TEXTILENE™) and aramid yarn (yarns that make ballistic proof materials) make OmegaTEX™ the right choice for any fixed or retractable hurricane screen application that can be used 365-days a year without the worry of degradation caused by the sun’s harmful U.V. rays. In addition to its strength and U.V. resistance, OmegaTEX™ offers protection from wind, rain, dust and debris, insects, and may even lower your energy bills.
OmegaTEX™ The All-In-One Screen Features:
OmegaTEX™, by Twitchell Corporation, is sold as rolled goods to manufacturers who design, engineer, and certify their custom hurricane screen systems. Follow the link below to contact your local Twitchell Regional Sales Manager today for more information.
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