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Plasma technology foresees prolific market in protective wears
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Apr '09
Textile industry is always searching for innovative techniques to enhance fabric qualities and increase its functional aspects. Innovative applications of plasma technology in textile fabrics augment them with quality, productivity and environmental compatibility.

Apart from the basic functions of covering the human body, textiles protect people from dangerous environments also. Protective clothing requires more focus, as the wearer is exposed to vital situations if the garment function fails.

Apparels used in such fields require superior quality and reliable adhesive bonds with long lasting durability. Plasma treatment for protective clothing enhances the adhesive bonding in clothing and enriches its functional aspects.

When the surface of the fabric is treated with plasmas, it enables functional activation on the fabric exterior. Plasma technology is used effectively in the field of technical textiles to manufactures water and oil resistant fabrics.

Fabrics used in this field require qualities of good tensile strength, elasticity, water and oil resistant abilities, and many more. These fabrics are efficiently used in manufacturing protective clothing, in filtration, vehicle building industries, and transport systems.

Plasma technology offers great potential for significant improvement in fibre surface properties, driving the textile industry towards sophisticated and diverse markets with versatile products and a wide spectrum of applications.

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Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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