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Schoeller debuts two PFC free finishing technologies
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Jul '16
Schoeller Textil has introduced two PFC free finishing technologies based on renewable primary products; 3XDRY Bio and Ecorepel Bio, developed in response to the demand for sustainability.

“Both technologies are characterised by the fact that they are both PFC (perfluorocarbon)-free, as well as based on renewable resources,” Schoeller Textil said.

The renewable primary products used are agricultural by-products which cannot be used as foodstuff or animal feed and which have not been genetically modified.

With the 3XDRY Bio, Schoeller now also offers the proven and familiar 3XDRY feel good comfort as a PFC-free and bio-based option.

According to Schoeller, 3XDRY Bio ensures reliable repellence of water droplets and aqueous dirt on the outer side, and optimum moisture management on the inside.

“3XDRY Bio also supports the body's own natural cooling function, due to evaporation close to the skin,” the Swiss company informed.

“With the new Ecorepel Bio, fabrics are furnished with all the functions, such as the capacity to repel water and aqueous dirt and also has the similar PFC-free technology,” it added. (AR)

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