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Sandonini updates machines for mask one piece

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Apr '20
Pic: Sandonini Company
Pic: Sandonini Company
Sandonini Company, an Italy-based manufacturer of textile machinery for hosiery and circular knit, has announced that to help fight the Covid-19, company is making its technology available for prevention against the virus. With its experience of professional technicians, Sandonini has rebuilt, reconverted & updated the machines for mask one piece.
 
The company reported that the mask one piece are made in fabric without seams and are ready to wear in any size and style. These masks can be produced with any yarns & fibres like natural, ecological, antibacterial, polyamide, polypropylene, polyester, cotton, wool, silver fibre, waterproof or elastomer.
 
The company assured that without irritating the skin, masks are soft for more sensitive & delicate skin. They are elasticised to fit ones’ head. Mask lays gently on the ears and are made of double fabric to be more resistant.
 
A tubular pocket is also available to insert a filter or additional fabric for better prevention.
 
Mask can customised with designs, colours, logos. They can be washed like a normal piece of apparel. The company reported that is continues the studies for research & development of textile machinery technologies at the service of health.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (JL)


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