Textile materials and their production technologies are constantly and rapidly improving, concurring new markets. The growing pace of life and the growing demand for consumption are forcing us to modernize production processes and pay special attention to the quality of textile products, as well as to look for new opportunities to create the widest possible range of products with functional properties.
Textiles are one of the fastest growing areas, constantly developing and improving materials with various functional properties or providing functionality to already produced materials. One such area of functionality is the development of textiles with antibacterial properties. An abundance of antibacterial agents, which are often toxic, pollute the environment and adversely affect human health, are used to impart antibacterial properties. Therefore, the newly created product by UAB Textilis is created using uses non-toxic, natural organic and inorganic materials.
The antibacterially active textile products currently on the market do not have resistance to washing - after repeated washing, the material loses completely or almost all antibacterial features. It is therefore very important that the product retains its longevity of antibacterial properties, and is resistant to repeated washing.
The range of applications for these materials is very wide: from household to medical textiles.
UAB Textilis is a modern company, constantly working on the basis of the latest fashion trends and striving to implement innovations created by science. Currently, the company, with the help of scientists, develops antibacterial textile materials that will be safe for human consumption and environmentally friendly.
This publication has been prepared as part of the project Cluster LATIA Export Development, funded under Measure 3 of Priority 3 “Promotion of Small and Medium-Sized Business Competitiveness” of the European Union Funds Investment Operational Program 2014-2020. 03.2.1-LVPA-K-807 Business Cluster LT Project Financing Terms Description Nr. 2