MJS Cotton-Rich with SILVADUR technology
Different from bedding linens where people pursue softness, breathability and comfort, tablecloth is more about functions, durability and comfort. It needs to be resistant from pilling, ripping and wrinkling, most important, spill-proof, while retains color after each laundry cycles. At the same time, it needs to feel and look like cotton, to offer the same comfort as cotton made products.
With the innovation of special-engineered yarn spinning and fabric finishing technology, KOZIS MJS pure poly fabric made possible to be cotton-rich look and feel, while at the same time retain the durability of polyester. All KOZIS MJS kitchen linens are treated with SILVADUR advanced microbial control, one of the most technologically significant products.
SILVADUR Advanced Microbial Control
Patented Polymer Technology
SILVADUR* uses a patented polymer technology to deliver silver ions via an “intelligent control” mechanism. When bacteria land on the surface of treated articles, the silver ions neutralize the unwanted organisms, resulting in effective microbe-derived protection. SILVADUR binds to bacterial DNA preventing replication, causing changes to the cellular membrane so it can not function properly.
SILVADUR antimicrobial technology is particle free & readily water-dilutable, forming phase stable & solids-free finishing bath solutions for easy & rapid processing of fabric when used appropriately. The product is dilutable in textile treatment baths & forms an insoluble interpenetrating polymer network with silver ions when applied to a fabric.
*SILVADUR is owned by affiliates of DuPont de Nemours, Inc.
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