Silver fiber fabric
Silver fiber fabric is a type of textile that is made by incorporating silver fibers into the material. Silver has natural antimicrobial properties, which means that it can kill or inhibit the growth of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Silver fiber fabrics are often used in applications where cleanliness and hygiene are important, such as in healthcare settings, sports clothing, and outdoor gear.
Silver fiber fabrics can be made using a variety of techniques, including weaving, knitting, and coating. The silver fibers can be blended with other materials such as cotton, polyester, or nylon to create a wide range of fabric types with different characteristics.
In addition to its antimicrobial properties, silver fiber fabrics can also provide other benefits such as odor control, moisture-wicking, and thermal regulation. These properties make silver fiber fabrics a popular choice for clothing and other textile products that require high performance and durability.
Model No.: TF-DY-G1
|100% silver fiber
|< 0.5 Ohm/sq
|> 60 dB / 99.99% (10MHz - 4GHz)
SE dB / %40 dB = 99.99%50 dB = 99.999%
Healthcare: Silver fiber fabrics are commonly used in healthcare settings such as hospitals and clinics for medical gowns, bed linens, and other healthcare textiles to prevent the spread of infection.
Sports Clothing: Silver fiber fabrics are used in sports clothing and athletic wear to control odor, wick moisture away from the body, and provide thermal regulation.
Outdoor Gear: Silver fiber fabrics are also used in outdoor gear such as tents, sleeping bags, and backpacks for their antimicrobial and odor-control properties.
Fashion: Silver fiber fabrics are used in fashion for their unique appearance and durability.
Home textiles: Silver fiber fabrics can be used in home textiles such as curtains and upholstery to prevent the growth of bacteria and control odors.
Antimicrobial: The silver fibers in the fabric have natural antimicrobial properties that can kill or inhibit the growth of bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
Odor Control: The antimicrobial properties of silver fibers also help to control odor by preventing the growth of bacteria that cause bad odors.
Moisture-wicking: Many silver fiber fabrics have moisture-wicking properties that help to keep the skin dry and comfortable by moving sweat away from the body.
Thermal regulation: Some silver fiber fabrics have thermal regulation properties that can help to keep the body warm in cold temperatures and cool in hot temperatures.