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May 16th, 2005

Innovative antimicrobial textile treatment

Abstract:
Ultra-Fresh Silpure, the newest development in the Ultra-Fresh family of products, represents a breakthrough in the use of silver-based antimicrobials for the textile market. Ultra-Fresh Silpure is applied at the finishing stage for more complete protection of the fabric, and has been proven in tests to be consistently effective, with no tendency to cause discoloration.

The superior performance of this new generation silver-based antimicrobial has been achieved by combining application expertise developed over 50 years of Ultra-Fresh treatments with proprietary nanotechnology manufacturing processes for the metallic silver. The ultra-fine particles adhere more effectively to fibers for longer protection.

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