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Purification X54 combines silver fibre & activated carbon powder
24
Mar '08
Purification Products Limited from Shipley, West Yorkshire UK is pleased to announce the introduction of its new material codenamed X54 which incorporates both X-STATIC silver fibre technology and Activated Carbon powder.

X-STATIC, the very well respected Silver fibre from Noble Biomaterials of Scranton, Pennsylvania USA has been successfully incorporated into Purification Products latest Activated Carbon material. The X54 material exhibits excellent permeability, softness and the expected "clean powder" characteristics of material from Purification Products Limited.

Barry Moakes, the Sales Director of Purification Products Limited said: "This new material represents the culmination of a long development cycle and successfully marries the silver coated X-STATIC silver fibre with our World Leading powder impregnation technology.

It enables us to offer material which could be used in face masks, shoe liners, wound dressings and many other areas. It incorporates the advantages of Activated Carbon together with the anti-microbial characteristics of the X-STATIC silver fibre". The material has already undergone lab testing which has shown that it inhibits the growth of MRSA.

This product represents the first step in a new series of exciting developments which includes the development of a soon to be launched filtration material to remove carbon dioxide and materials containing nano-particles.

Formed in the early 1960's Purification Products has pioneered and patented a unique system to incorporate active powders into a variety of materials to help companies all over the world purify, clean and filter liquids, vapours and gases.

Purification Products Limited

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