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Broad market for Circuitex conductive textiles

Frankfurt display of textiles engineered for multi-spectral energy management in lightweight products.

10th June 2022

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Scranton, PA, USA

Protective, Industrial

Noble Biomaterials, the manufacturer of antimicrobial and conductivity solutions for soft surface applications, will showcase its Circuitex prtfolio at Techtextil from June 21-24 in Frankfurt.

Circuitex conductive textiles are engineered for multi-spectral energy management in lightweight products that exceed standard durability ratings without sacrificing performance. They allow electrical energy to transmit through soft surface materials without wires and uses the same technology to shield the full spectrum of electromagnetic energy waves for security.

“The digital landscape has changed the world and there is a significant increase in demand for products that manage energy,” said Joel Furey, Noble Biomaterials co-founder and chief commercial officer. “The market for our products is broad. We participate in very specialised military programmes and directed energy solutions as well as ESD/EMI/RFI and biometric monitoring.”

Noble has a history of innovation, from its EPA-approved silver antimicrobial, to silver technology in an FDA-approved medical device and on to an antimicrobial on the International Space Station. The company is committed to pushing the barriers of material science with its proprietary silver-coating technology.

Noble is a registered FDA medical device facility, an essential sole-source technology supplier to the US military and a US EPA-registered antimicrobial manufacturer. Its products are EPA, FIFRA, BPR and CE conforming.

The company will showcase Circuitex and its properties at stand A99 in Hall 11.1 at Techtextil.

www.noblebiomaterials.com

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