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Fountain Set makes Dr. Dry moisture fabric & Anti-UV fabric

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Jun '05
Anti-UV fabric collection by Fountain Set
Leading vertically global integrated textile & knitted fabrics manufacturer Fountain Set (Holdings) Limited has celebrated the market success of its Dr. Dry and UV Protective fabrics.

Don't let a little sweat dampen your sports game
Dr. Dry, a collection of revolutionary moisture management fabric produced by Fountain Set, keeps wearers dry and comfortable even when performing active sports.

Relied upon for the past decade by the world's garment manufacturers, Dr. Dry was branded by Fountain Set four years ago and is made using special interlaced material to achieve superior moisture evaporation property. This fantastic fabric keeps you dry and enhances comfort even during and after heavy exertion. Dr. Dry is an ideal fabric that significantly offers improved characteristics to a broad range of casual wear, sleepwear, innerwear and sportswear.

“Dr. Dry was one of the first wicking-action products on the market and we are glad the product has been well-received by our brand and retailer clients all over the world,” commented Mr Gordon Yen, Executive Director of Fountain Set (Holdings) Limited.

Protect yourself and your loved ones under the sun with Anti-UV garments
UV Protective fabrics by Fountain Set reduce wearers' exposure to ultraviolet radiation (UVR), and help reduce the risk of sunburn and skin damage. Fountain Set rates its UV Protective fabrics using the UPF (Ultraviolet Protection Factor) rating system. A UPF of rating of 15 will allow only one fifteenth of the total UVR to pass through; A UPF 20 fabric will allow only one twentieth of the total UVR to pass through, and so forth.


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