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Silvertek makes Polygiene ViralOff-treated NanoFit masks

30th Oct 2020

Polygiene has partnered with health company, Silvertek, who have taken their mask design and quality a step further with FDA-listing for their NanoFit Masks with Polygiene ViralOff antimicrobial technology. ViralOff can reduce 99 per cent of germs within two hours on the mask itself. Polygiene is a leader in stays fresh and odour control technologies.

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Durio launches new type of 4-ply face masks

12th Oct 2020

Durio, melt blown fabric and face mask manufacturer in Malaysia, has launched new 4-ply face masks. In just few months, Durio face masks have received an overwhelming response from the market. Durio was founded with an idea to make Malaysia self-sufficient for mask consumption, and provide good quality masks to the people at a reasonable price.

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Hockey club Ambri-Piotta selects HeiQ Viroblock face masks

29th Sep 2020

The Hockey Club Ambrì-Piotta (HCAP) has selected HeiQ Viroblock protective face masks for the upcoming reopening of hockey stadiums in Switzerland. HeiQ is a global leader in textile innovation, creating some of the most effective, durable, and high- performance textile technologies on the market today. The company is headquartered in Switzerland.

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Borouge makes special polypropylene grade for face masks

29th Sep 2020

Borouge has produced a quantity of HH450FB, a special grade of its UAE made polypropylene portfolio, developed jointly with Borealis, to make face masks to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Borouge is a petrochemicals company that provides plastics solutions for the energy, infrastructure, mobility, packaging, healthcare, and agriculture industries.

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Karam continues fight against fake PPE products

22nd Sep 2020

Karam Industries, one of India's leading personal protective equipment (PPE) manufacturers, is continuing its fight against manufacturers and suppliers of fake PPE products. The company has also developed Karam Products app to help consumers recognise Karam's genuine products. The app is available at both Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

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Dony Garment makes name as top protective clothing brand

18th Sep 2020

Dony Garment, a global exporter of protective clothing and face masks that meet multiple global standards, is getting international recognition and is becoming Vietnam’s face of high-quality garment manufacturing. Established in Vietnam, Dony Garment specialises in producing by order clothes, uniforms, and workwear for domestic and overseas companies.

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Project B pushes workwear & PPE sector for sustainability

2nd Sep 2020

Plymouth based Project Plan B director Tim Cross has long been a spokesperson on sustainable textiles solutions for the workwear and PPE markets. With the environmental crisis caused by COVID-19, he is now urging designers and product developers to think about products' end of working life, with the motto 'protect others, protect the planet'.

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Industrial protective clothing fabrics to grow at 7% CAGR

1st Sep 2020

The global industrial protective clothing fabrics market is likely to grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7 per cent from 2019 to 2027, according to Transparency Market Research, which said factors like implementation of safety regulations and growing awareness in the industrial sector are set to keep the market on a high growth curve.

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Carrington Textiles' antiviral finish found effective

31st Aug 2020

Carrington Textiles has developed an Antiviral and Antibacterial Finish for fabrics which has been certified by ISO. The new finish has been developed to respond to the market’s needs in a new COVID-19 world where employees of all sectors including healthcare, construction, hospitality, armed forces and heavy industry need to be more protected than...

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