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DuPont’s new solutions for protective apparels
DuPont Protection Solutions has developed Tychem 2000 SFR, a new chemical protective clothing to help safeguard men and women from chemical hazards that can and cannot be seen, such as dangerous vapors, liquids, and particles.
Toxic chemical protective nonwoven fabric
A team of US scientists has used improved coating method to develop chemical warfare protective nonwoven fabric. Collaborators from Edgewood Chemical Biological Center of the U.S. Army and North Carolina State University have deposited zirconium based metal-organic-framework (MOF) material using refined method.
Report on UV protective clothing
The incidence of skin cancer has risen sharply since the 1970s – despite the widespread use of sunscreen – and has become a major public health concern in countries with fair skinned populations and high levels of solar radiation.
HYDRO_BOT to tackle moisture management
Five textile industry leaders have joined forces to launch HYDRO_BOT, a new revolutionising technology for moisture management. HYDRO_BOT will solve one of the biggest challenges in sports, work and protective clothing: to transport moisture to match human sweat rates in various climates, conditions and activity levels.
HeiQ Bug Guard for protective clothing
The Swiss textile technology innovator HeiQ has launched HeiQ Bug Guard at this year’s ISPO Munich. HeiQ Bug Guard is a reliable and highly effective technology for durable mosquito and insect protection. Wearing apparel empowered by HeiQ Bug Guard reduces the risk of mosquito and bug bites and consequently decreases the likelihood of infection with life-threatening diseases such as Zika, Malaria and Dengue.
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