Mare’s focus on high quality and consistency is one of the reasons we are recognised as a key supplier to the textile industry. 

During many of the fabric manufacturing processes Carboxymethylcellulose (CMC) is used as a binding and thickening agent, especially in the arbitration of cotton and polyester blends. The CMC helps to control the consistency and fluidity of colloidal solutions, preventing the build-up of excess colloids.

In weaving, CMC works as a sizing agent providing water resistant properties and increasing printability.

In Niklasdorf, Austria, Mare remains one of the few producers of CMC (Carboxymethylcellulose) in Europe. CMC is one of the most commonly used thickeners and binding agents used in industry today. Mare’s range of Niklacell CMC’s includes both purified and technical grades able to meet the toughest of technical specifications.

Mare is also the producer of a wide range of other sizing agents used in the textile market, including Rosin and AKD (Alkyl Ketene Dimer).

Polyacrylates also play a significant part in industry used as acrylic resins or for scale control.

Located at Mare’s headquarters and largest production facility in Ossona near Milan, Italy, Mare produces a wide range of Maredis Polyacrylates. Over 50,000 tonnes of Polyacrylates are produced each year, many of which go into the Textile industry.

For more information on Mare’s Polyacrylates and CMC, please view the range below:

Textiles Products

Polyacrylates

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Located at its headquarters near Milan, Mare’s Polyacrylates Division produces one of the most extensive ranges of homopolymers and copolymers available on the market today. Recent investment means that the facility is now capable of producing in excess of 50,000 tonnes per year.

Trade Name
Maredis | Read more

Internal Sizing

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Mare is one of the few companies that manufactures and supplies every type of Internal Sizing product group available today.

All the products are manufactured at strategically located facilities across Europe, including Italy, Germany and in Scandinavia.

Mare’s state of the art manufacturing facilities ensure that its entire product range is made with minimal impact on the environment to industry leading levels of consistency and quality.

The lean manufacturing processes, combined with dedicated and highly skilled operatives, ensure all our products are available at competitive prices. Flexibility in the plants enable Mare to customise our products to meet your exact specifications and your customer’s needs.

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Mareasa ASA | Read more
Dymar (AKD) | Read more
Marecoll RX (Rosin Soap) | Read more
Kentol / Marecoll (Anionic Rosin Emulsions) | Read more
Insize (Cationic Rosin) | Read more

CMC (Carboxymethylcellulose)

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The production and supply of Mare’s Niklacell CMC runs through the very heart of the company. Located at its dedicated manufacturing site in Niklasdorf, Austria, Mare is one of the few remaining companies manufacturing CMC in Europe.

Trade Name
Niklacell (CMC) | Read more

Dry Strength

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Increasing the dry strength qualities of the paper and board has been a key driver of the paper market for decades. Increased dry strength enables the producer to enter new markets or to reduce the content of its more expensive cellulose fibre components.

The complexities of the papermaking process mean that increasing dry strength can be achieved in many ways. It is vital that when selecting a dry strength programme, the technology and indeed the supplier is selected on its merits and that the programme is the most suitable or technically correct for the application.  

In order to meet this requirement, Mare offers the widest range of products on the market today. Mare is able to supply all the available options for dry strength enhancement, ensuring complete independence in its approach.  

Trade Name
Niklacell (CMC) | Read more

Functional and process solutions for industry.
Mare is the largest privately owned manufacturer and supplier of functional chemicals to the Paper, Detergent, Concrete and Ceramics industries.