Burlington, an American fabric maker based in Greensboro, North Carolina is proud to announce the launch of PF Zero™, a new sustainable repellency technology for high-performance apparel fabrics. PF Zero is a non-fluorocarbon, water-based repellency finish that provides excellent durability and maximum protection, taking environmentally friendly fabric solutions to the next level.
The Vice President of Performance Fabrics, Nelson Bebo said that when combined with other Burlington fabric technologies, the PF Zero technology delivers the best in efficiency and comfort for active lifestyles.
He adds that with a PFAS-free finish that provides superior repellency and can be paired with other Burlington Labs innovations – whether it's a moisture activated cooling sensation, basic wicking, UV protection, or smart technology that adapts to your environment hot or cold – PF Zero takes Burlington's innovative fabric technologies to the next stage of sustainable efficiency. Life is unpredictably uncertain. The PF Zero fabrics from Burlington provide the warmth and courage to take it all in stride.
The water repellency of PF Zero results is unrivaled, remaining unchanged after 50 launderings, outperforming competitor technologies by a large margin.
Burlington's Micromove™ range, when combined with the PF Zero finish, provides a new level of long-lasting ease, stretch, and longevity not previously available.
Burlington's redesigned Micromove 365 range is a revolutionary fabric product that allows the fabric to bend and stretch with each movement, making it sustainable, cozy, and flexible. Soft, drapable fabrics with two and four-way stretch for a full range of motion that transforms during the day, no matter the operation, are provided by the fiber and finish technologies.
Bebo added that Burlington's contribution to ethical chemistries, recycled materials, and production practices that mitigate environmental damage is at the core of all of its innovations. Burlington's platform of value innovations also includes PF Zero technology, allowing them to lead the way in the production of safe, easy-care, and super comfortable fabrics that secure and work during the day.
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