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Woven upholstery fabrics with Celliant

Technology has been clinically tested and proven to increase cellular oxygenation for enhanced wellbeing.

28th October 2021

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Broad River, NC, USA


The Crypton Companies, comprising manufacturers of high-performance fabrics for contract and residential interiors Crypton and Nanotex, have partnered with Hologenix, to incorporate Celliant infrared technology into woven upholstery fabrics.

Celliant’s ethically sourced minerals are embedded into fibres and reflect natural body heat back to the wearer as infrared energy. The technology has been clinically tested and proven to increase cellular oxygenation for improved energy, stronger performance, faster recovery, better sleep and overall enhanced wellbeing.

Crypton Celliant fabric additionally offers moisture and stain-resistance, spill-repellence, odour-resistance and cleanability. It is exclusively woven at the company’s mill in Broad River, North Carolina, and enhanced with performance technology in its research and manufacturing facility in Kings Mountain, North Carolina,.

Crypton Celliant is Greenguard Gold certified and will be introduced to the market through distributors in early 2022.

“This innovation demonstrates our strong, ongoing commitment to American manufacturing,” said said Lance Keziah, CEO of the Crypton Companies. “With the introduction of Celliant technology to our fabric offering, we have found a trusted performance partner in sync with our company values.”

“We are excited to expand our brand partnerships into the first woven upholstery fabric on the market,” added Seth Casden, co-founder and CEO of Hologenix. “Marrying high-performance textiles and our infrared technology that enhances human performance is a sure win for the end user and working with the Crypton team has been a great experience.”

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