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February 8th, 2007

USA: E47 Technologies launches antimicrobial performance fabrics

Abstract:
E47(TM) Technologies has announced the launch of new anti-odor and antimicrobial performance fabrics ideally suited for performance apparel, footwear, sporting goods and industrial products such as helmets, gloves, uniforms, upholstery and carpets, JT Griffin, President and CEO, E47 said in a release.

The company is the exclusive licensee of SmartSilver(TM) nanotechnology-enhanced anti-odor additives for fibers and fabrics from NanoHorizons(TM), Inc.

Source:
bharattextile.com

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