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March 17th, 2005

Nanophase launches textile and non-woven nanoengineered products

Abstract:
NanoShield ZN-3010 and NanoShield ZN-3012 are dispersions of zinc oxide in water designed to be incorporated in coatings applied to a fabric or non-woven substrates. Zinc oxide is generally used to provide UVa and UVb blocking, as well as anti-reddening and anti-inflammatory skin effects, antimicrobial activity, and odor control.

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