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ZPTECH Z06 R30700-480

ZPTECH Z06 R30700-480

Delivered in a liquid dispersion, ZPTECH® antibacterial and antifungal technology is highly effective against body odours caused by odour generating bacteria, as well as by mold, mildew and other fungi.

  • Microban ZPTECH®  inhibits the growth of microorganisms that can lead to product deterioration.
  • It can be exhaust applied to the fabric during the normal manufacturing process and no additional steps are required.
  • ZPTECH® is compatible with auxiliaries. Works well with moisture management, repellents and softeners.
  • Applications include polyester, polyester-cotton blends, polyester-elastane blends, nylon and poly-urethane foam.
  • In testing,  Microban ZPTECH® remained effective in inhibiting the growth of bacteria after 50 or more typical home launderings.
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Cutting water and energy use by up to 40% in dyeing processes will help save our planet

The textile industry has an environmental mountain to climb. It is currently responsible for 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions making it the second most polluting sector on the planet. Unless it can reduce its carbon footprint, the industry’s share of global greenhouse gas emissions is set to rise to 25% by 2050 as other […]

Reducing water use by up to 40% can save dyehouses money and reputations

The textile industry is under the environmental spotlight. And that spotlight is being directed most brightly on the industry’s water use which currently accounts for 10% of all industrial freshwater consumption and 20% of global wastewater pollution. For dyehouses, who depend heavily on water for their core processes, reducing the amount of water they use […]

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In 2013 the US Government launched its National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project suggesting the importance of sleep. This was prompted by a growing body of evidence that lack of sleep was costing its economy billions of dollars every year. According to the RAND Corporation $411 billion to be precise. This figure would be halved if […]