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TTG introduces innovative composite fabric for masks

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2020-05-27 10:55:58 – USA

Trinity Technology Group's (TTG) latest AIRADIGM™ innovation takes healthcare personnel protection to another level. Leveraging years of expertise in filtration and membrane technology with extensive performance fabric design comprehension, TTG created a new AIRADIGM three-layer composite medical face mask media providing incomparable significance for the health market.

"We are very happy that our proprietary AIRADIGM technology can help better protect individuals on the front lines of healthcare today," said Greg Vas Nunes, TTG's CEO. "We implemented our significant knowledge in membrane and fabric construction to create a composite material that provides several unique performance features not currently offered."

AIRADIGM composite face mask substance is a design layout that includes:

  • Spun-lace polyester outside coating for durability;
  • ePTFE membrane center for improved filtration and breathability;
  • Spun-bond polypropylene interior for Comfort and moisture management; and
  • The mixed media is sonically laminated for integrity and enhanced mask lifespan.

This unique, lightweight, bonded mix keeps fluids and particles out but allows body heat and vapor to escape for long-term comfort. Also, the composite's membrane core is breathable and raises the wearer's protection. Studies have shown that PPE comfort is essential for user compliance and attention, both of which can be absolutely critical in medical settings.

The proprietary membrane provides filtration capabilities that don't degrade with humidity unlike conventional melt-blown hide substances. Microbe and particle security levels stay consistently high for all-day protection without regular mask replacement. Masks made with all the specific AIRADIGM media could be autoclaved and safely reused. These advantages relieve the strain on the PPE supply chain and enhance return on investment. Plus, substantially fewer masks end up in landfills.

Third-party testing and certification are underway at Nelson Labs to confirm that the AIRADIGM surgical tier face mask media exceeds ASTM F2101 for Bacterial and Viral Penetration, ASTM F1862 for Blood Penetration, and ASTM F2299 for Particulate Infiltration, crucial criteria for N95 and ASTM Level 3 face masks.

AIRADIGM composite materials are produced in the United States in a tidy, source considerate, state-of-the-art facility for top quality, fast customer support, and dependable deliveries.

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