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May 10th, 2007
Schoeller expands NanoSphere licensing
Following the launch of the license partner network for its 3XDRY fabric coating technology, Schoeller Technologies AG is now expanding the availability of its self-cleaning NanoSphere technology through new global licenses.
The Swiss fabric specialist says that both 3XDRY and NanoSphere are Bluesign approved technologies which means that they have undergone rigorous testing to ensure they do not have any impact on the environment or to human health.
NanoSphere technologies, which is a subsidiary of Schoeller Textil AG now licenses NanoSphere to over a dozen partners in Europe, Turkey, USA India, China and Taiwan. This network will be presented for the first time at next month's Techtextil/Avantex in Frankfurt.
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