Livinguard, a textile developer, has announced the debut of a new range of t-shirts and polos with its proprietary antimicrobial treatment.
It comes after the business completed third-party testing demonstrating that the technology can destroy germs at a rate of more than 7 log10 per second (99.99999 percent ).
Supacolour, a New Zealand-based manufacturer of heat transfer sheets, has launched a new product line. New product options from the firm include 300×300 and 40×40 sized heat transfer sheets, which provide a more cost-effective solution for garment decorators looking to print square graphics on their goods. Supacolur is the world’s largest heat transfer printing firm, with operations in the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and the United States.
Livinguard, the company behind Livinguard and Hohenstein, has announced the launch of a new range of hygiene products that will employ bacteria-killing technology. According to the firm, it is devoted to embracing hygienic innovation in all parts of our daily lives, from the clothing we wear and linens we use to the carpets we instal and the protective items our frontline employees continue to rely on.
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