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Hightech sportswear Paid Article

With the soon approaching FIFA 2014 and recently concluded winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia the athletic wear market is flooded with the latest and most innovative technologies that help perform better. Besides hard work and practice, a good skill enhancing and efficient sportswear is necessary in a field where winning or losing is a matter of micro seconds. In some cases they work as protective armour, in some performance boosters, and in some as performance monitors.

Using ...

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Green clothing from recycled plastic bottles Paid Article

There was a time when used plastic bottles were a threat to the environment. Today, it is being used positively to manufacture garments. In fact, many people are wearing this green garment made from used water bottles. In the current scenario of textile pollution, choosing green clothing is a sign of being responsible and sensible towards environment.

Green clothing refers to fabrics that are obtained from sustainable materials like hemp, bamboo or recycled plastic. Also, the methods ...

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The science behind clean textile Paid Article

The rise in consciousness regarding cleanliness in what one wears has resulted in growth in antimicrobial market textile. Researches to develop newer finishing that make the fabric or the clothing fresh and hygienic are being carried on and nano silver antimicrobial finish is a part of the pioneering development in the field.

The recent technologies that ensure antimicrobial finishes are also promising in terms of lesser or no side effects of these finishes on human health. In case of ...

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Sunny side of recharging with textile Paid Article

Past often knows how to become a part of the present and future. And if the past is modified to suit the present and future needs, it can bring extreme glory. Energy has been an issue that the industrial sector is busy addressing. The textile sector has also transformed itself delightfully to address the present and future needs of the consumers. Using renewable energy to manufacture fabrics and also employing these sources of energy to optimum level comes as an expected package these ...

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Nanotechnology and Non-wovens - bring new applications to textiles Paid Article

Nanotechnology has increased the prospects of innovative fabrics and high performance textile products through it wide applications in all kinds of textiles. The application of nanotechnology in technical textiles and non-wovens brings interesting applications and opportunities for the industry. The use of nanotechnology in non-wovens is expected to become a multi-million dollar business in the next decade.

Nanotechnology uses materials that measure between 1 to 100 nanometer in length. ...

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Phase change materials in Textile Paid Article

Collaboration of science into developing smarter textile has always resulted in bringing a new technology with improved efficiency and better functionality. Clothes are meant to protect the wearer from sunlight, dust, wind, rain, snow, and all other sorts of discomforts, but most importantly from excess heat and cold. Phase change materials are materials that possess the ability to absorb heat or release heat in large quantities. PCMs can store latent heat released by an individual's body.

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