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Tanatex to market Sciessent's odour control technology
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Dec '15
Tanatex Chemicals has signed a partnership with Sciessent to market Sciessent's odour control technology Lava in the textile processing industry.

“It is an integration between Sciessent's Lava technology and the market knowledge and access of Tanatex Chemicals,” a Tanatex press release said.

Tanatex will act as an exclusive distributor for the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) regions for Lava and the partnership will streamline exchanges between technology and market intelligence.

Sciessent's Lava is an essential element to incorporate into products that may harbour or be exposed to odors.

Harnessing the power of zeolites, a mineral-based substance born from volcanic ash, Lava can be infused into a wide variety of materials, capturing odours on everything from sweat soaked apparel to pet products, etc.

“It is a natural, non-toxic material that is easy to integrate into a variety of products and is wash-fast and durable and shows regenerative capabilities with each wash and dry cycle for the life of the product,” it added.

According to Tanatex, both Sciessent and Tanatex adhere to much stricter regulations for production methods and components in respect of the hazards they present to humans and the environment.

“To be able to comply with our customers' growing green demands, both brands are committed to push their eco-efforts to the next level,” the Netherlands based company informed. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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