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Published on Friday, 22 November 2013

Water used as anti-microbial barrier

Written by John Mowbray

Bacteria close-upBASEL – Swiss-based Sanitized, which develops antimicrobial fabric finishes, has received a Swiss Technology Award for its newly developed ‘Pluma’ Technology, an anti-adhesive hygiene treatment for textiles which draws on medical engineering techniques and the formation of a thin film of water on textiles to inhibit odour-causing bacteria.


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