“Neverwet” fabric – is a term frequently used to describe textiles, which have been improved by applying a nano-coating and waterproofing to make them more resilient against environmental influences. But how exactly does a fabric become a “neverwet” fabric?
There are two main ways to produce reliable, functional “neverwet” textiles:
- Foulard/padding application
This process is ideal if you want to add nanotechnology during textile production . The nano finish can be applied in a foulard or directly during padding. The result is “neverwet” fabric fit for further processing and tailoring.
- Spray-on application
With a spray-on application, any fabric can become a “neverwet” sustainable textile. The finish can be applied easily after tailoring or at other points during the production process.
The method of application of “neverwet” nano coatings will depend on your manufacturing process. “Neverwet” fabric solutions are available for many kinds of textiles from clothing and household furnishing to outdoor leisure equipment – it’s important to find the right fit for the production process and the end use of the textile.
Important things to consider when selecting a textile nanocoating:
- High quality & durability: “Neverwet” fabric or ceramic pro coating should be a high-quality nanotechnology solution that is made to last and will not only protect materials they are applied to, but will also increase their longevity and resilience to wear and tear.
- Ecological solutions: Modern nanotechnology offers many advantages for durable water repellent fabrics, but they need to be not only reliable and effective, but also represent a good choice for the environment.
- Versatile solutions to fit your needs: The application methodology of the product should fit easily into your production process, depending on your set-up, products should be available in ready-made formulations or in concentrates and by raw-material, enabling you to apply them accordingly.
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