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Devan launches rebranded antimicrobial solution, Bi-Ome
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Dec '17
Courtesy: Devan Chemicals
Courtesy: Devan Chemicals
Devan Chemicals has launched its rebranded antimicrobial solution, Bi-Ome. The brand-line constitutes its well known antimicrobial technology i.e., quat-silane antimicrobial solution which has been rebranded recently, along with extra features. It also enables the textile manufacturers to apply multiple functionalities through a single treatment.

The product range of the new Bi-Ome offers a variety of combinations like Bi-Ome Quick dry, Bi-Ome stretch and Bi-Ome AV. Bi-Ome is Quick dry combines the antimicrobial properties for odour control with advanced moisture management properties to promote efficient and faster evaporation to aid cooling and comfort. Bi-Ome stretch combines the antimicrobial solution with stretch recovery properties for better fit while Bi-Ome AV has an antiviral activity in addition to its antimicrobial properties.

Devan Chemicals is a Belgian company, providing finishing technologies with an aim to pursue profitable and sustainable growth. It develops, manufactures and commercialises high tech and ecologically sound speciality chemicals and processes with an added value for the worldwide textile markets. It is also a leading innovator in the fields of protection (flame retardants), performance (odour control technology), thermoregulation, health and wellness (microencapsulated technologies) and fibres and yarns. (VM)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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