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Published on Thursday, 20 February 2014

Plasma fabric recovery from Taiwan

Written by John Mowbray

Plasma streamTAIPEI – Taiwan textile producer Pepwing has developed new plasma technology that it claims can restore finished fabrics back to their original, clean state so they can used again for different purposes. Managing Director George Yang told Ecotextile News the plasma treatment can also improve fabric wettability, help to reduce dyeing temperatures and lower the amount of chemicals needed for finishing. Yang says the newly launched technology has already drawn interest from overseas, including Scandinavia, where this month he will give a talk at a Swedish Research Institute.


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