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BURGDORF – Swiss antimicrobial technology specialist Sanitized has opened a new technical textiles research, development and testing centre, with the company highlighting odour management in textiles a key priority for the facility.

The ‘TecCenter‘ from Sanitized has been opened at the company’s head office in Burgdorf, Switzerland, and is looking to support customers with product development and optimisation which are “tailored to each individual production process. ” 

As well as focusing on mould formation, odour development, material deterioration, and bacteria growth in textiles, Sanitized says the centre also features testing facilities for textile coatings, polymers, and functional textile finishings. 

“The equipment in our new TecCenter, allows us to conduct application tests at laboratory level to advance product developments and optimization which, so far, had to be carried out in customers’ manufacturing processes at great expense in terms of machinery, time and energy,” said Urs Stalder, CEO of Sanitized. 

“In close cooperation with our customers, we can now effectively advance their R&D projects,” he added. 

The company also noted that the TecCenter will conduct tests to find new technical application areas for Sanitized current antimicrobial products. 

Web: www.sanitized.com

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