Admist in Novel COVID – 19 Pandemic ,It has become necessary to step up for Buying healthy Textiles and Like wise goes the Trend too. The Global Antimicrobial Textile Market is expected to reach $12.3m by 2024. Since the coronavirus pandemic, protection from germs and unsanitary surfaces across interiors becomes an increased area of importance for consumers. Responding to their needs by designing textile products that support cleanliness, offer reassurance and help consumers stay well is the key Feature for the era.
In recent weeks, several firms, including Aditya Birla Group’s Grasim Industries, Mumbai-based textile company Ruby Mills and suitings brand Donear, among others, have launched fabrics that promise to keep clothes virus-free.
Lenzing India and Ruby Mills Ltd have come together to present H+ Technology™ – for an antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal fabric H+ technology’s efficacy has been tested and the findings successfully indicate that viruses and microbes won’t survive on the surface of the fabric that’s been treated with it – thus helping to arrest the spread of the virus. H+ Technology™ also works across a wide range of pure as well as blended fabrics. H+ Technology™ with LENZING™ ECOVERO™ and TENCEL™ means performance to finish on sustainable fibers.
Natural fabrics remain important for their inherently antibacterial qualities that can be used for interiors . The market for natural fiber-reinforced composites is expected to register a CAGR of 10.93% during the forecast period (2019-2024) Flame retardancy of the natural fiber reinforced polymer composites is likely to act as an opportunity in the future.
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