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18th Shanghai International Textile Machinery Exhibition continues successfully

The 18th Shanghai International Textile Machinery Exhibition (ShanghaiTex 2017) is focused on the world’s latest innovative textile technology, high-growth application sectors and cross-border technology,...

Plasma nanocoating solutions

Nanofics refers to nanoscaled functionalisation into the core of complex shaped materials and products. It is Europlasma’s patented and patent pending nanocoating technology platform,...

Cordura introduces new protective fabric technologies

New Cordura brand high visibility, lightweight, waterproof, durable 2- and 3-layer laminated fabrics for outerwear are targeted for garments used in road/rail construction, as...

New antimicrobial solution for textiles

A new research project at the Hohenstein Group deals with antimicrobial effects of Lewis acids that are applied on textile surfaces. Results of this...

New suit by Reebok and Huntsman

The Huntsman prototype suit will extenuate the versatile potential of Reebok Flexweave, testing the material’s innovative figure-8 weave structure that can interlock different individual...

Smart helmets to prevent hearing injuries

Tiny microphones almost invisible to the naked eye are being knitted into the fabric covering army helmets to reduce the risk of soldiers developing...

Graphene Plus (G+) for work-wear

Directa Plus, a producer of graphene-based products, has signed its first contract to supply high performance technical textiles with Graphene Plus (G+) to Alfredo...

Smart fabric to neutralise nerve gas

The fabric consists of a cotton support modified with Cu-BTC MOF/oxidised graphitic carbon nitride composites. The latter were developed in the lab previously and...

Sensil premium Nylon 6.6

Sensil is said to be naturally softer, stronger, more durable, and more moisture-wicking and odour-resistant than other man-made fibres. Sensil creates fabrics with beautiful...

New textile keeps hospital door handles germ free

A spin out company from the University of Leeds has developed a self-disinfecting device known as Surfaceskins that is said to reduce bacteria levels...