CHINA: Apparel Maker Introduces Anti-Radiation Fabric
Shengge Garments Corp, an apparel manufacturer, has developed an anti-electromagnetic and radiation fabric, Yarns and Fibres reported yesterday. The company, which exports around $20m of clothing per year, claims the development as a world first. Potential applications for the fabric are varied, from creating protective clothing for workers exposed to computers, radioactive machines in hospitals, and radioactivity.
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