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Tehran Zarnakh Company which has developed the technology to produce anti-bacterial polyamide strings in Iran presented its nanotechnology-based products in the Iran Nano 2012 Exhibition in early October.

Industrial Production of Anti-Bacterial Nano Polyamide Threads in Iran

Tehran, Iran | Posted on October 22nd, 2012

"We became familiar with this technology in a foreign country for the first time. Due to my curiosity, I looked for the applications of this technology. At the moment, we have applied the technology on polyamide threads, and the products have been presented to the market," Javad Tehrani, the CEO of Tehran Zarnakh Co, said, pointing to the development of this technology to produce various types of threads.

"We haven't been able to apply the technology on other types of threads except on polyamide ones. In fact, polyamide is the only material we could use the technology upon. We are trying to apply the technology on other types of threads too," he continued.
Anti bacterial nylon threads have applications in various clothes and textile. Such threads are mostly used in the production of underwear due to their desirable mechanical properties and the fact that they are harmless to human's body. Among the advantages of the application of anti bacterial polyamide threads in clothes, mention can be made of the ability to eliminate harmful bacteria, reduction in the unpleasant smell caused by the body's secretion, high durability, and the conservation of anti bacterial properties.

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