Author Topic: Textiles Normally Subjected to Antimicrobial Finishes  (Read 1266 times)

Offline Md. Mazedul Islam Mazed

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Textiles Normally Subjected to Antimicrobial Finishes
« on: March 30, 2013, 06:51:25 PM »
Apparel/Sportswear/leisurewear/workwear: to get rid of the bad odour  produced by the bacterial decomposition of sweat and other body fluids.

Undergarments (including underwear worn by astronauts): to control the growth of bacteria which thrive on suitable body temperature and moisture conditions, leading to skin diseases

Socks: to make them free from unpleasant odour by controlling the growth of microbes.

Shoes: to avoid shoe odour and the stains on the shoelaces caused by bacterial growth, especially in rainy season.

Home Furnishings and Upholstery: to inhibit the growth of bacteria leading to degradation and/or staining in carpets , shower curtains, mattress ticking, pillow covers, pillow fills and

upholstery.
Industrial Fabrics Exposed to Weather: to protect fabrics used for awnings, tents,

tarpaulins and the like from rotting and mildew.

Sized Fabrics: to protect microbial growth due to the presence of warp size.

Wet Textiles: to prevent degradation of fabrics by microbial attack during prolong storage between processing steps.

Medical Textiles: to impart antimicrobial properties on wound dressings  and get freedom from microbes/pathogens from textiles used in hospitals, nursing homes, medical and research facilities, and veterinary clinics for protection against infectious diseases.

Textiles in Museums: to preserve textile monuments from microbial attack.

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Re: Textiles Normally Subjected to Antimicrobial Finishes
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2013, 04:36:08 PM »
ok Majed, This topics is very knowledgeable to us. so run continuously........

Offline Khandoker Samaher Salem

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Re: Textiles Normally Subjected to Antimicrobial Finishes
« Reply #2 on: July 07, 2013, 03:40:08 PM »
Is it applicable for day to day usable fabric in terms of economic view.
Khandoker Samaher Salem
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Dept. of Textile Engineering, FE
samaher@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd

Offline Alamgir Hossain

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Re: Textiles Normally Subjected to Antimicrobial Finishes
« Reply #3 on: July 23, 2013, 12:25:23 PM »
Thanks for choosing such a topic.

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Re: Textiles Normally Subjected to Antimicrobial Finishes
« Reply #4 on: September 04, 2013, 11:42:41 PM »
informative post