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Wellman smart fibres bag Allergy UK 'Seal of Approval'
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Wellman International Limited, a subsidiary of Indorama Ventures PLC, is pleased to announce the granting of the Allergy UK ‘Seal of Approval’ Accreditation at the Heimtextil Exhibition.

The securing of this accreditation provides further support to the Wellman Healthcare portfolio, which comprises of a number of smart fibre protection solutions.

Products within this portfolio include include Wellcare Protect which offers a safe, durable and biocide free option for dustmite control and Wellman HealthGuard which offers both highly effective broad spectrum microbe function and dustmite function. Both of these products have recently achieved the Allergy UK ‘Seal of Approval’, further endorsing the functionality and safety of these fibres.

Wellman also market a specifically designed fibre range – Sensifil, which are free from any allergy causing substance and are asthma & allergy friendly component approved. All of these products offer a complete and independently accredited range of asthma and allergy, microbial and dustmite solutions.

A broad and diverse fibre range are marketed by Wellman International under their Hygiene, Smart and Essential product divisions, servicing multiple markets such as Hygiene and Personal Care, Automotive, Filtration, Technical and Domestic applications. Pivotal to the Wellman offering is adding value through delivery of a customised and differentiated product range which optimises CSR opportunity for our customers based on our validated sustainability platform.

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