* Current textile industry lacks innovative production techniques
that can increase production capacity, efficiency, and quality
* Current hydrophilic treatment methods: Are costly Have limited applications Harmful to the environment (Creates chemical waste) Consume high energy and water Are dangerous to human (silicon dioxide)
* Due to COVID-19 pandemic: There is an excessive demand for hydrophilic fabrics (for PPE) There is a shortage of hydrophilic fabrics and PPE 58% of American nurses reuse single-use PPE3 Increasing death and infection rates4,9 (3000 health-care workers) Addressing the scarcity of key fabric inputs for products such as surgical face masks, Fabrizon eliminates bottlenecks and reduces manufacturing time and cost in a sustainable manner. Fabrizon is less energy-intensive and produces no waste, making it ideal for sustainable textile treatment.