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July 12th, 2005

Indian textile manufacturers fight microbes

Speaking on the launch of Ultra-Fresh Silpure, Mr Barrie Clemo, Manager- sales & marketing- TRA, Canada said, "Ultra-Fresh Silpure has broken the cost barriers, which have restricted the use of silver- based, anti-microbials in the past. The superior performance of this new generation silver-based anti-microbial has been achieved by combining application expertise developed over 50 years of Ultra-Fresh treatments with proprietary nanotechnology manufacturing processes for the metallic silver."


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