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AB Enzymes develops BIOTOUCH OSB for cellulosic textiles
07
Jun '11
AB Enzymes GmbH announced the expansion of its portfolio of products with the arrival of a new enzyme for the Textile industry.

BIOTOUCH OSB – is a high performance enzyme product for formulators who are looking for strong depilling performance when combining different processes under neutral conditions in textile mills.

BIOTOUCH OSB has been especially developed for the Biofinishing of cellulosic fabrics under neutral conditions.

BIOTOUCH OSB is the perfect choice for combining depilling with dyeing. Combining these two processes leads to reduced water consumption, reduced energy consumption, faster processing times and increased production with better delivery reliability. This in turn translates into greater convenience and substantial savings for textile mills.

“With BIOTOUCH OSB textile finishers can make high quality fabrics which are smooth and soft, drape better and look like new for much longer while contributing to sustainability and saving costs.” Explains Pentti Ojapalo, Business Unit Manager, Technical Enzymes.

Environmental awareness is a growing trend among consumers. By using BIOTOUCH® OSB you can meet both the demand of comfortable, fashionable, pill free garments and contribute to sustainability, giving consumers another reason to feel good in their new garments. BIOTOUCH OSB takes sustainability to another level while reducing the costs of fabric processing.

AB Enzymes is one of the world's oldest and best known enzyme companies, and is part of the ABF Ingredients group of companies. It offers enzymes for industrial applications worldwide with products ranging from food enzymes for bakery and beverages to enzymes for animal feed, textile technology and the pulp and paper industry.

AB Enzymes GmbH

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