The end products of the fiberization process are fibers. These fibers are made based on requirements of our customers. Much knowledge and experience is required from our team to create the right fiber mixture.  The fibers are used in the automotive industry as dashboards, hat boards and door panels. In the non-woven industry are recycled fibers broadly used and processed into a non-woven for different end uses. Examples are as pressure distributors in furniture, acoustic insulation in white goods, absorption mats in the cultivation industry, but also in decorative purposes such as bags, laptop sleeves and other (design) products.


FFIBR® is our brand for spinnable recycled fibers. FFIBR® is contraction of ‘Frankenhuis Fiber’. Spinnable fibers are mechanically recycled fibers with longer fiber lengths, making them suitable for use in the spinning industry. The less forceful opening technique used for spinnable fibers distinguishes it from typical fiberization processes. This retains more fiber length, allowing them to be reused as raw materials in the spinning industry. Spinnable fibers are made from textile materials derived from consumer clothes, often known as post-consumer material, as well as post-industrial textiles.

Filling Material

With mechanical textile recycling, filling materials can be made for pillows, poufs or punching bags. The textiles are not completely fiberized, but are reduced to a certain size. A mixture of light and heavy textiles is made depending on the end product.


Powder is made in the grinding process. Powders are used as feedstock material for the chemical textile recycling industry. This feedstock is white with high percentage of cotton and can be processed into new Viscose yarns. Powder can also be used as feedstock for the paper industry. White textile powder, but also blue jeans powder are used as raw materials to make new paper from.