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September 11th, 2007

G3i Launches GreenShield™ Nanofinish

Abstract:
Pittsford, N.Y.-based G3 Technology Innovations LLC (G3i) has introduced GreenShield™, a soil- and stain-repellent textile finish produced using the principles of green nanotechnology.

According to the company, the manufacturing process eliminates waste, and uses ambient temperature and pressure and water-based solvents, minimizing the use of environmentally detrimental chemistries as well as the amount of product needed to deliver the desired properties.

Source:
textileworld.com

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