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Crypton Introduces C Zero

Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-based Crypton Inc. — a producer of eco-friendly performance fabrics featuring stain-, water- odor- and microbe-repelling technology — has introduced C Zero, a non-fluorinated performance fabric offering protection from water-based spills as well as liquids such as sodas, coffee and wine.
The repellent technology is incorporated into the fabric via a factory-applied process whereby the entire fabric is immersed, treating every fiber, Crypton reports; and the chemistry is cross-linked for durability using high-temperature, industrial dyeing.
“C Zero is our first non-fluorinated fabric protection and we are thrilled to bring it to the marketplace,” said Randy Rubin, founder, Crypton. “It rounds out our family of offerings. While Crypton, Nanotex and INCASE are needed for cleaning oily food stains, C Zero offers excellent protection from water-based spills and the opportunity for a higher LEED score.”

Crypton’s new C Zero non-fluorinated performance fabrics
June 17, 2014