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Schoeller shows innovative textile technologies at Techtextil
03
Mar '11
Why re-invent the wheel? The successful textile technologies from Schoeller are licensed and launched in new markets through the subsidiary, Schoeller Technologies AG. Thus, the NanoSphere technology has found its way into the harness and webbing industry and accompanies forestry workers and window cleaners in their often dangerous working environments.

Furniture upholstery for business premises and public seating areas also benefits from the high degree of dirt and water repellence offered by NanoSphere. For summer, the two-fold sun protection coldblack, which is enjoying enormous popularity in the areas of sports, leisure and fashion after just a very short period, will be suitable for industrial cleaning,meaning even more good sun protection for additional sectors and applications.

Event: Techtextil/Avantex
Date: 24 – 26 March, 2011

At Techtextil, Schoeller Technologies is also demonstrating how brand logos are clearly identified as fakes or originals thanks to DNA-tex. A further innovation is the energear technology for textile prints. Equally exciting are hygienic down goods. Thanks to active>silver, there is a major reduction of unpleasant odors in such products as sleeping bags which generally are not so easy to launder. So therefore they don't just keep the user warm but also remain hygienically fresh.

And finally: What is the difference between everyday medical workwear and good medical workwear? Bacteria protection, dirt repellence and moisture management based on the 3XDRY technology. At Techtextil, the first applications of this kind from the USA are being shown.

Schoeller Technologies AG

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