New Curtain Fabrics Suppliers

The lightweight moisture-wicking thermally-regulating polypropylene

DULUTH, Ga. — July 2, 2018 — Stretched Fabrics Suppliers dyeable polypropylene fiber is proving to be a versatile, all-performance partner in a raft of new hybrid developments for the outdoor market, many with an eye to sustainability.

A uniquely disperse-dyeable polypropylene, CoolVisions fiber provides mills and brands with the means to create differentiation in fabric structure, pattern, and coloration, according to the company.

The lightweight, moisture-wicking, thermally-regulating polypropylene staple fiber is perfect for spinning with merino wool or cotton, creating yarns that combine polypropylene’s performance attributes with the comfort of natural fibers, without the use of additives or topical enhancements.Forces of Nature gear by Apparel Strategic Alliances owes its performance cred to CoolVisions + Cotton knits from Grupo Miro in Mexico.

The company recently launched Virtu-Scan™ Apparel, a line of thermally-regulating performance safety apparel featuring CoolVisions + Cotton. The gear features a logo that can be scanned to confirm the wearer’s identity. WoolVisions™ knits by Global Merino have been adopted by sustainably-minded Norwegian outdoor brand Norrǿna in their line of Skibotn Wool Equaliser T-shirts.

Rather than applying a cream, taking a pill or using a patch

Active ingredients remain effective after multiple washings.“We believe clothing will care for your body in entirely new ways,” said TexDel CEO Jordan Schindler.” said Yoel Fink, AFFOA CEO.C.

These garments remain potent after multiple washes and over months of wear. — August 23, 2018 — Textile-Based Delivery Inc.”Posted August 24, 2018Source: TexDel. Unfortunately, 75 percent fail to maintain their health directions — whether that’s applying a cream every few hours or taking their daily pills.

TexDel has developed the next generation of fabric technologies which will enable clothing to actively sooth pain, moisturize skin and enhance athletic performance.

Established in 2016, AFFOA is a non-profit with over 110 members from industry, academia and non-profits dedicated to enabling a domestic manufacturing-based revolution by transforming traditional fibers, yarns, and fabrics into highly sophisticated, integrated and networked devices and systems.C. TexDel’s patented smart-textile platform called Nufabrx® puts active ingredients (vitamins, supplements, medicines) into fabric, which can be programmed for controlled release to the skin.

The award supports the manufacturing scale up of TexDel’s patented technology for controlled delivery of active ingredients via textiles. “We are excited to support TexDel in their quest to scale materials releasing fiber for consumer and Department of Defense applications. “Rather than applying a cream, taking a pill or using a patch, you’ll simply need to get dressed