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Noble Biomaterials leads antimicrobial textile market
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Jan '16
Noble Biomaterials, with its XT2 and Circuitex technologies, has emerged as a global leader in the antimicrobial and smart textile markets, it said in a press release.

Noble's XT2 anti-odour technology uses silver to eliminate stink by constraining the growth of bacteria directly on the surface of garments that consume sweat and cause odour. Being completely dyeable, it opens the doors to an endless design opportunities, providing the freedom to include it in products where colour is an important driver.

Noble certifies every finished fabric powered by XT2, providing all day stink free performance. It is currently available on the market, worn by consumers under real-world conditions and has witnessed nearly no degradation in performance over the life of the garment. It has also received bluesign product line approval for its XT2 technology earlier in 2015.

“Our technology platform can meet the growing demands of the athletic, outdoor and wearables markets. Noble enables our brand partners to differentiate their products and provide proven solutions that exceed consumer expectations by delivering superior odor elimination and conductive capabilities,” said Stephan Winnen, managing director for the European market.

Circuitex technology enables the integration of electronics into smart garments and accessories making it virtually invisible to the end user, providing a permanent solution, maximum comfort, and proven performance through the integration of soft-surface sensor technology. (NA)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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