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Igyne uses Polygiene ViralOff tech to make Indian Kurti
Igyne Fashion is launching the first set of Kurtis using Polygiene ViralOff antimicrobial technology in summer 2021. The company uses web stores, retail methods, and wholesale mediums to sell its products.
COVID-19 era and material advancements
Functional and advanced materials are shining in the wake of COVID-19, as they are recognised as important live saving materials, says Dr Seshadri Ramkumar, Professor, Texas Tech University, USA
Lenzing launches lyocell fibres with Dry technology
The VEOCEL™ branded lyocell fibres are soft to touch and provide a dry feeling when applied within top sheets in personal care products. They provide hydrophobic characteristics whilst being biodegradable and compostable.
Sustainability through textile recycling
Textile value chain is one of the worst solid waste generator and liquid effluent discharger. Polyester is the largest consumed textile fibre and owing to its non-biodegradability poses major eco concern. Recycling provides feasible option of reduction at source and consumption of waste, say Dr Ashok Athalye and Aakriti Mohanty.
Air quality: How to get it right
Temperature, pressure and humidity have critical roles to play in textile manufacturing processes. Equally important is the maintenance of right air quality for obtaining optimum output. This article explains the effects of humidity on textile products & processes, and how to pick the right air engineering solutions.
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