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La Quinta & BiofarmItalia launches real fabric with Eurojersey
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Jul '06
An agreement has been signed in which the two companies will collaborate to market the first patented molecular engineering product in the fashion and textile sector with chemical and physical characteristics which are beneficial to the human organism.

An innovative application on Eurojersey Sensitive fabric. La Quinta, international consulting network for the fashion and design sector, has completed an important agreement with BiofarmItalia, a dynamic Italian company carrying out research in the molecular nanotechnology field for application and marketing a revolutionary patented technology with beneficial properties for the human body.

Five years of research in the Biofarmitalia laboratories – the latter phase of which was carried out in the Polaris Science and Technology Park in Sardinia – have led to the development of an exclusive synthesis of nano-compounds, based on mesoscopic silver molecules, a metal with beneficial chemical and physical properties.

Protected by the special cellular structure of Sensitive - the innovative fabric patented by Eurojersey and made of the soft microfibre Meryl with a high percentage of Lycra - this new discovery based on silver ions is capable of activating beneficial chemical reactions for the organism, like for instance antimycotic and antifermentative actions as well as adiabatic expulsion of moisture and heat conductivity.

What makes the technology patented by Biofarmitalia unique and stand out from the other products present on the market is the absolute stability of the beneficial properties of the fabric in time and with wear. Thanks to the combination of the compound with the special extraordinarily fresh and light fabric Sensitive the best transpiration properties are guaranteed.

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