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We pay a lot of attention to ecology & sustainability
November 2020
Umberto Negri, CEO Argar Srl, talks on the current situation of indutries that produce technical textiles for protective and working clothing.
Viruses can remain infective on textile surfaces for days
September 2020
Arvind Mathur, CEO, Raymond UCO Denim, speaks on the company’s collaboration with Swiss innovator HeiQ and their functional denim range – SHIELD, and its unique features.
Feel of product remains undeterred with our tech
September 2020
Rajendra Agarwal, Managing Director, Donear Industries, shares information on the collaboration with Swiss innovator HeiQ, and demand of the products in India.
Antiviral fabrics reduce risk of virus transmission
September 2020
Carlo Centonze, CEO, HeiQ Group, speaks on the revolutionary HeiQ Viroblock NPJ03 technology and how it will help fight the global pandemic.
Can anti-viral fabrics be the game changer?
September 2020
Several big players in the industry have launched fabrics and clothing that they claim can provide protection against the COVID-19 virus. Is it really foolproof or just a marketing gimmick? The ITJ cover story delves deeper into this.
SSB working with HeiQ to make antiviral mattress for US
August 2020
Serta Simmons Bedding (SSB) is collaborating with Switzerland-based HeiQ Group, a leader in textile innovation, to create the first antiviral mattress for the US market. The two have signed a deal which gives SSB exclusive access within the US bedding category to HeiQ Viroblock technology, which has been found to be effective against SARS-CoV-2.
Raymond UCO launches high performance anti-viral denim
August 2020
Raymond UCO in partnership with HeiQ has launched a highly protective denim fabric range with HeiQ Viroblock, a sustainable, antiviral and antimicrobial technology that has been tested and proven effective to destroy 99.99 per cent viruses.
Antiviral fabric: The new buzzword
August 2020
Antibacterial treatment of clothing was already relatively widespread before the Covid-19 outbreak, marketed as a way consumers could critically reduce the frequency of washing their clothes but the pandemic has hastened demand for its protective qualities.
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