Devan launches new antimicrobial brand line.
Devan Chemicals, a provider of finishing technologies, headquartered in Belgium has recently launched a new multifunctional antimicrobial brand line.
The brand line consists of their well-known, but recently rebranded quat-silane antimicrobial solution, combined with extra features. This enables textile manufacturers to apply multiple functionalities via one single treatment.
BI-OMEA(r), Devan's recently rebranded antimicrobial solution, has been launched with interesting extra features. The speciality chemical provider has combined its antimicrobial technology with other functional finishes in its product range and now offers a variety of combinations:
BI-OMEA(r) Quick dry combines the antimicrobial properties (for odour control) with advanced moisture management properties to promote efficient and faster evaporation to aid cooling and comfort.
BI-OMEA(r) Stretch combines the antimicrobial solution with stretch recovery properties for a better fit.
A more revolutionary variation is BI-OMEA(r) AV, which has an antiviral activity in addition to its antimicrobial properties.
Of course, BI-OMEA(r), the antimicrobial solution without any extra features, remains available.
Devan's experience with antimicrobial technology goes back a long time. More than 25 years of research led to the creation of the BI-OMEA(r) product range. Thanks to the combination of a cross-border support package (mill training, quality control, etc.) and unique product excellence (non-migrating, no use of silver), Devan's antimicrobial technology is widely chosen across the globe.
BI-OMEA(r) is fully BPR and EPA compliant, Oekotex and Bluesign registered, can be delivered worldwide and is applicable for apparel, home textiles, bedding, transport and mobility, etc.
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|Publication:||Pakistan Textile Journal|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Dec 31, 2017|
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