World Textile Information Network winners announced in Frankfurt, Germany
Charlotte, NC /PRNewswire/ - InvisiArmor® Sport Lasting De-Stink Treatment was selected as the Best Product in Sports Textiles at the 2017 Future Textiles Awards, held on May 10 in Frankfurt, Germany. The World Textile Information Network (WTIN) recognized numerous winners for innovative products, processes and treatments. Jeff Robinson, CEO of dReiniger LLC, the treatment's developer and manufacturer, accepted the award.
"Winning this award validates the value of a consumer product that offers a practical solution to a common personal concern — keeping clothes, gear, and shoes fresh 24/7," said Robinson. "It's a tremendous honor to be recognized by an international panel of industry experts, and to be here among leading companies and researchers in the textile industry."
The Best Product in Sports Textiles Award is one of 16 juried honors given by WTIN. The process and membership includes numerous major textile companies, including such sports-related luminaries as Nike Inc., Under Armour, Inc. and Reebok (Adidas Group). Jury comments about the InvisiArmor product included the following: "[The] InvisiArmour (sic.) [product] is a practical solution that improves sport experiences for a broad range of applications. One area that is a very good benefit of this … is the ability for the consumer to apply this as needed. Currently, a lot of products that offer this solution are already applied to the fabrics/garments at the pre-consumer stage. We like that this can be consumer customized."
A complete list of WTIN winners can be found here.
About the InvisiArmor SPORT treatment
InvisiArmor® Sport Lasting De-Stink Treatment, when mixed at home with 3% hydrogen peroxide and sprayed on textiles such as athletic clothes, gear, or shoes, not only kills germs, but also captures odor molecules and provides a long-lasting scent. Treatments last for more than 20 launderings, but treated items can be worn many times without any stink before laundering, which helps prolong the life of garments. This formulation, which combines residual kill, residual capture, and residual scent technologies, is available directly to consumers, to give them more confidence every time they break a sweat or find themselves in a germ-infested athletic environment. For more information, please go to www.invisiarmor.com.
About dReiniger LLC
dReiniger LLC researches, develops and sells breakthrough infection-prevention products that reduce the risk of cross-contamination from high-touch textiles and surfaces in healthcare, fitness and other work environments. Intensive science and research supports every technology, to assure antimicrobial efficacy and practical use.
About Future Textiles Awards
World Textile Information Network (WTIN), publisher of international technical textiles magazine Future Textiles (formerly known as Future Materials), launched the technical textiles awards in 2014 to recognise success in textile innovation and celebrate the essential work of the many businesses which support the industry. The industry-leading awards recognise innovation and achievement right across the technical textiles industry, with categories providing competition for all end-use sectors for technical textiles as well as materials experts, product developers and designers. www.futuretextilesawards.com.
World Textile Information Network (WTIN) is an information provider, delivering unmatched intelligence and insight into the global textile manufacturing industry. Whether through wtin.com, the WTIN app, portfolio of business-to-business magazines, exhibition newspapers and conferences, WTIN's content is recognised for its authority and market-leading coverage. This clear industry focus means WTIN has become an integral part of the textile community, providing the highest-quality business and technical intelligence. WTIN publishes a portfolio of magazines including Future Textiles and Nonwovens Report International. www.wtin.com.
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