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Tianye debuts anti allergy child bedding using Amicor
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Aug '15
Tianye Jacquard Textile, a manufacturer of jacquard knitted fabrics in China has introduced a new anti allergy, fresh and hygienic fabric range using Amicor fibres to cater to children mattress and bedding segments.

“The company will present this new collection at the '21st China International Furniture Expo' to be held in Shanghai from September 9-11, 2015,” said a press release from Thai Acrylic, the maker of Amicor fibre.

The new collection aims at providing a hygienic and pure sleeping environment to children for their long term healthy future ahead.

“This will be the first time for a company in China to innovate and promote mattress and bedding fabrics specifically targeting health awareness of children,” it added.

Arleen Tian, director at Tianye Jacquard said, “Our new fabric collection has been engineered with the innovative yarn made from Amicor fibre intimately blended with micro-denier anti-pilling fibre Pilbloc and Modal.”

“With ever increasing pollution and exposure to harmful microbes in everyday life, children must have healthy night's sleep in a fresh and pure environment,” Tian too added.

Amicor fibre with its unique anti-microbial performance prevents the growth of house dust mite in mattress, bedding and makes these anti-allergic.

“Amicor fibre also prevents bacterial and fungal growth imparting anti-odour property to fabrics with a long-lasting fresh feel,” the company added.

“Additionally, Pilbloc micro-denier anti-pilling fibre will provide durable anti-pilling performance and new look to fabric for the lifetime of the bedding,” it informed.

Amicor fibre has bagged certifications from; British Allergy Foundation's 'Seal of Approval', Oeko Tex Class 1 Standard 100 for babies and Reach SVHC. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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