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Siyaram’s launches anti-corona fabric

  

Siyarams launches anti corona fabric

Siyaram’s, one of the leading textile brands in men’s fashion for over four decades, recently launched its anti-Ccrona range of fabric tested by WHO (World Health Organisation) approved labs to fight against the spread of pandemic. The new fabric provides a 24/7 silent sentinel protection from the deadly virus and is developed in association with HeatlhGuard, a global leader in non-invasive healthcare for 25 years dedicated to research and development of safe &innovative biotech solutions.

The new fabric guarantees 99.94 per cent effectiveness against Coronavirus and has non-leaching properties compared to other metal based chemistry products, making the treated layer of fabric to not dissolve in water. “90 percent of our body is covered with clothes and viruses have the tendency to thrive on the surface of fabrics for longer hours increasing the exposure of humans to the infection. “The ‘Cosmetic based chemistry’ coating utilized in making of our fabric is made of positive compounds and when it comes in contact with the negative compounds, it disintegrates the outer lipid coating and destroys the virus in a matter of few seconds”, says Ramesh Poddar, CMD of Siyaram Silk Mills. The new anti-corona fabric is made of natural substances and does not harm the human skin. With the use of sustainable and biodegradable ingredients, Siyaram’s has successfully ensured that the fabric does not leach any harmful components and renders a smooth and soft feel to clothes.

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