High performance: C Zero by Crypton

Crypton has launched a new performance fabric solution, C Zero. The new Crypton C Zero is made without the use of fluorinated chemistry and therefore has a minimal impact on the environment. While Crypton, Nanotex and INCASE are needed for cleaning oily food stains, C Zero offers protection from water-based spills and the opportunity for a higher LEED score.  Resistant to sodas, coffee, and wine spillages, Crypton C Zero is a factory-applied process.  The entire fabric is immersed, ensuring every fiber is treated, and the chemistry is cross-linked for durability using high temperature, industrial drying.

Crypton was established in 1993.  The cornerstone product of the business is the company’s flagship CRYPTON fabric.

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