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Hohenstein, Scivera tie-up for greener chemistry
Hohenstein and and Scivera have announced streamlining of process for chemical suppliers to assess and validate preferred chemicals and to proactively improve formulations to ZDHC MRSL conformance level 3 and beyond for apparel, footwear and home textiles.
Lenzing joins forces with Ruby Mills to fight COVID19
Lenzing India and Ruby Mills Ltd have come together to present H+ Technology™ – for an antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal fabric. This breakthrough comes at a crucial time when India is facing an increasing number of cases. H+ technology’s efficacy has been tested and the findings successfully indicate that viruses and microbes won’t survive on the surface of the fabric that’s been treated with it – thus helping to arrest the spread of the virus.
Arvind launches revolutionary anti-viral fabrics
Arvind Limited announced launch of anti-viral textile technology for the first time in India under its brand 'Intellifabrix'. Arvind has partnered with Swiss textile innovation leader HeiQ Materials AG and Taiwanese specialty chemical major Jintex Corp to introduce the revolutionary anti-virus technology.
Efficient processing of denim in the weaving mill
Stäubli offers specialised equipment for high-efficiency denim production. The broad range of machinery and systems covers production stages from automated weaving preparation to shed formation.
Shiva Texyarn’s anti-viral fabric deactivates corona
Shiva Texyarn launches antiviral fabric treated with HeiQ Viroblock NPJ03, a treatment that was proven to deactivate most viruses including coronavirus in the shortest possible time, an innovation from the Swiss textile innovation leader HeiQ Materials AG and co-distributed with Taiwanese Specialty chemical major Jintex Corporation.
Cut-resistant uniform for paramilitary forces
Kunal Kaushal and Dr N Kumar of High Performance Textiles, Panipat, Haryana discuss development of cut-resistant uniform made-up of HPT Flex? yarn based knitted fabric.
Surat’s MMF sector to stay closed till May 3
While some industries in south Gujarat resumes manufacturing activities from April 20 with the central government offering partial relaxation, man-made fabric (MMF) units in Surat will continue to remain under lockodown till May 3.
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