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Trevira to show new textiles at Building Healthcare show

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Sep '18
Courtesy: Trevira
Courtesy: Trevira
Trevira is participating as an exhibitor at this year’s Building Healthcare show in Dubai, from October 2-4, 2018. The company will show a variety of fabrics made by 12 partners from inherently flame retardant Trevira fibres and yarns. The show serves as the business platform for the development and management of healthcare facilities in the Middle East.

Trevira CS and Trevira CS Bioactive contract textiles create a safe, attractive and comfortable environment in hospitals, clinics, spas, care homes and all other sectors in the contract sector. These will be displayed at the expo.

Trevira CS Bioactive contract textiles combine flame retardant and antimicrobial functions, which makes them the ideal material for use in healthcare facilities. They inhibit the growth of bacteria, prevent the formation of odours in/on the fibre and keep the textiles fresh for a longer time. The permanent flame retardant and bioactive properties of their fibres is integrated at molecular level, meaning that they remain unaffected by repeated washing, abrasion and ageing. This gives them an advantage over textiles with only a supplementary surface finish, according to a press release by Trevira.

The fabrics for the healthcare sector to be presented at the show stand come from suppliers that include Delius, Dina Vanelli, Fidivi Tessitura Vergnano, Gebrüder Munzert, JAB, Mattes & Ammann, Pugi, Rubelli, Rudolf Breuer Mechanische Weberei, Schmitz Textiles/drapilux, Subrenat, Verotex.

The fabrics meet the requirements of the relevant international fire safety standards and can be certified according to the IMO regulations for the maritime sector. All Trevira fibres and yarns carry the Oekotex Standard 100 certificate. They are manufactured in accordance with the highest standards for sustainable products. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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