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Nanovia AntiAllergy fabric


Textile Fibers, Yarns, and Fabrics

Non-woven Fabric


1. Nanovia AntiAllergy material is suitable for the manufacturing of separate bed covers in which pillows, blankets and mattresses will be enclosed. This cover has then an additional usual bed linen and sheet. Nanovia AntiAllergy material is not intended for manufacturing usual bed linen (sheets and linen themselves). 2. Producers of mattresses could use the material Nanovia AntiAllergy as a part of the mattress cover which could be removed from the mattress and washed. 3. Producers of pillows and blankets from feather or synthetic fibers could use the Nanovia AntiAllergy material under the upper fabric layer of the finished products, as an inner cover of the filling (feather, synthetic fibers). Sandwich Nanovia AntiAllergy could be joined with the upper fabric by sewing (recommended for blankets and large pillows) or just loosely placed under the upper fabric and joined with upper fabric only at the side seams (could be used for smaller pillows and child’s blankets).
Bed covers


Innovative fabric that prevents penetration of dust mites and their produced allergens based on a mechanical collecting principle.

Anti-allergic Impermeability Anti-dust

Manufacturer's Description

Nanovia AntiAllergy fabric – barrier against allergens.
Innovative fabric to prevent leakage of dust mites and allergens produced by them is based on the principle of their mechanical detection.
Advantages of anti-allergic barrier fabrics with nanofiber layer as compared to woven barrier fabrics
Nanovia AntiAllergy materials are the only 100% effective fabric barriers against the penetration of allergens from a bed and bedding. They provide excellent physiological comfort in using them owning to their excellent breathability and moisture permeability. These are the materials produced by state-of-art fabric technologies utilizing the unique properties of nanofibers.
Nanovia AntiAllergy material impermeability for dust mites and allergens is provided by a nanofiber layer which is closed inside the fabric. In principle, the fabric is a three-layer sandwich which middle layer has a nanofiber structure (Fig. 1). Mutual cohesion of the individual layers is assured by fabric lamination technology. Using this technology does not damage the nanofiber layer (thereby maintaining its barrier function), neither it does reduce the breathability of the resultant material (fabric provides high physiological comfort).