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Technology in the forefront for the clothing industry
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In recent years new technology has brought a new revolution to clothing for the men and women. The Chinese industry has been in the forefront in adapting new technologies.

The innovative fabrics that are available in the markets include unidirectional carbon, powder coating, non-crimp carbon and Teflon coated fabrics.

The new developments in recent times includes garments made from fabrics with thermal properties, cockle resistant as well as the stain free fabrics. The Septwolves group from China is one of the leading manufacturers of high technology fabrics.

The Septwolves group has introduced a unique innovation fabric which has the properties of resisting stains as well as being cockle resistant. The company has also introduced a cold resistance coat which can resist temperatures up to - 50 degrees centigrade.

Recently a new type of fabric made from Teflon which uses nanotechnology has been introduced in the Chinese markets which can effectively resist soil and stain on fabrics as well as leather.

Fibre2fashion, News Desk - China


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