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ATIRA develops India’s 1st filter cloth to make masks
The Ahmedabad Textile Industry’s Research Association (ATIRA) recently announced that it has developed a filter cloth to make N99 masks in association with Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).
We plan 10% growth in 2018: Skaat MD
G Radhakrishnan, Managing Director of SKAAT Machine Works India Pvt Ltd, Coimbatore is an MBA Graduate with diverge knowledge in different sectors such as solar, medical and also in the field of textiles. During an interaction with ITJ team members – Karthik Muthuveeran and Sripathy B – during the recently-concluded Texfair 2017 event in Coimbatore, G Radhakrishnan says, “I’ve been reading ITJ since my college days and happy to say that ITJ plays an important role in making me a successful textile entrepreneur.”
DuPont innovations for firefighting gear
DuPont revealed the latest innovations utilised for its newest range of protective gear for firefighters during its recent participation at the Intersec Fire Safety Conference, an interactive conference addressing prevention, detection, rescue and emergency planning for all fire related accidents.
Exciting features with nanotechnology
Nanotechnology is providing clothing manufacturers with whole new dimensions of design to work with, feels Dr SS Verma. Many of the discoveries in science and technology have been inspired from nature itself. Scientists and engineers through their quest of theoretical knowledge and experiments are always trying their level best to mimic processes already taking place in our nature.
Jeanologia to attend Super Bowl 50 with Levi’s
Jeanologia will attend the most-expected sporting event of the year in the US: the Super Bowl 50. Jeanologia will go together with Levi Strauss, which hosts Jeanologia’s NANO technology. Teams’ supporters attending the NFL Experience of the National Football League will customise clothing with the logo of their favourite team.
Polysistec participates in Mermaids´ European project
Polysistec participated in the Mermaids project in consortium with three European partners: CNR (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche; Italy), PSF (Plastic Soup Foundation; Netherland) and LEITAT (Spanish Technological Center). The main objective of the project is to help mitigate the impact of micro particles (micro and/or nanoplastics) caused from clothes attrition during laundry washes.
The charm of transparency, fabrics for the future
According to the "Moods Spring-Summer 2015" cards published by the Deutsches-Mode Institut, DMI (German Fashion Institute), ultra-lightweight textiles are the latest trend in both the sportswear and haute couture sectors.
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