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Many people wash their clothes for fear of viruses more often than before, the new study by Polygiene found. This, in turn, has an enormous impact on our environment. With the new ViralOff finish for ...
Today marks a new milestone for Polygiene. We are happy to announce that Polygiene acquired British Addmaster UK Ltd. This makes us a comprehensive supplier of antimicrobial solutions for both soft surfaces such as textiles and hard surfaces such as floors and handles in public spaces.
Our vision is to fundamentally transform the industry, partly by encouraging consumers to change their behavior and wash less, and partly by getting the industry to adopt our functions and by doing so be part of building an eco-friendly society with an approach to consumption that is more sustainable in the long term.
Born and bred in the foothills of the highlands, Keela Outdoors is a Scottish outdoor clothing manufacturer, which has been pushing the boundaries of outdoor gear design since 1989. They aim to provide quality outdoor clothing, with a focus on innovation and technology, made in an ethical and sustainable way. As both companies share the same values, the choice of Polygiene was easy, Keela states.
Together with Polygiene, the brand is able to deliver on its promises on this high-performance kit with Polygiene ViralOff® technology, consisting of a neck tube, men's and ladies trousers, and short sleeve tops, as well as men's long sleeve tops. The kit will be used by professionals in the outdoor industry, including rescue teams and the full kit will be available spring 2021. The pieces provide confidence as the garments are protected from tested viruses and you also will stay fresh for longer.