Registration Date 18 Jan 2021
Revision Date 18 Jan 2021

Sets of antibacterial towels and pillows


Textile Home Textile

Sheet And Pillowcase Sets


Hospital bed sheets Home antibacterial bed sheets and pillows
Hospital textile Household textiles


Anti-bacterial Contains nanoparticles with dimensions less than 100 nm in polyamide yarn. Very low concentration of nanoparticles. Antifungal, anti-odor and anti-allergic properties Free of allergenic fibers Permanent durability of nano properties after frequent washing Delicate and very soft Washable with cold water and mild detergent Some materials with effective antibacterial property when formed into nanoparticles, it has a high penetration ability and allows chemical reactions to be performed at a very high speed. In the field of odorless clothing, the textile industry uses nanoparticles to fight bacterial growth and reduce body odor.

Anti-bacterial Activity Anti-fungal Activity Soft Anti-allergic Anti-odor Allergenic fibers-free Tender Permanent durability of nano properties

Manufacturer's Description

In addition to a peaceful environment, comfortable sleeping requires a clean, germ-free space. Pillows and sleeping products have a high potential for the growth of fungi and bacteria, which can cause many problems such as skin diseases and allergies in adults and children. On the other hand, using clean pillows and bedsheets on hospital beds is also important, and if is not sterilized, there is a possibility of infection and the spread of germ in the hospital. Contamination of sleeping commodities, such as pillows and bedsheets, can also cause unpleasant odors. In order to solve such problems, washing and disinfection of sleeping goods is required, which is a time-consuming process and need high cost.

Today, using the fabrics with antibacterial properties in the production of sleeping goods has been considered as a new method. These fabrics, which are usually made of polyamide, contain nanoparticles and provide a good antimicrobial property due to the high capability of nanoparticles to penetrate and fight microorganisms. Milad Parnia Iranian Company has produced a set of antibacterial pillow and bedsheet using non-woven fabric which is composed of separate fibers and adding nanoparticles to the internal structure of this fabric.