When We Will Take The Not Clothes Are Stain?

by | July 18, 2017

At the end of November, we published a post in which I talked about technological fabrics. Yes, Yes, those tissues capable of altering its nature as a response to the action of different external stimuli, both physical and chemical. An intelligent fiber could be that upon experiencing a variation in temperature, change of color, to combat the bacteria, regulate the distribution of cosmetics or medicines, among other qualities.

I remember when searching for information about these hydrogels, microcapsules, chromic, woven with memory or electronic textiles I couldn’t help thinking about the interesting thing would be that they invented clothing that is not blemished or that if you are staining was able to repel stains. Can you imagine that of washing machines that would save us?

The intelligent fabrics move thanks to nanotechnology

In 2008, scientists from the University of Michigan were able to create a quilt made up 95% of air, which gave rise to a waterproof surface that got that any liquid that is poured out upon it, rodase on its surface without crossing it. A real milestone in matters related to nanotechnology.

The omnifobico fabric mimics the properties of feathers of duck that tend to repel liquids

The key was in the lining of the tissue formed by a mixture of plastic and elastic particles to which had been added carbon, fluorine and Silicon in the form of mushrooms and oxygen. Together they formed a layer consisting of airbags that could attach to any porous surface, preventing liquids to pass it and reach it.

According to the explanation given by these scientists to the orders of Robert Cohen, a liquid fall into the edges formed by the umbrella of these mushrooms of Silicon leaves some space between them, which causes the formation of drops (which maintain their spherical shape) that can be easily removed from the surface.

The new fabric is based on the natural properties of impermeability that possess certain birds. Through nanotechnology has developed a microscopic mesh that, applied to the surface of a fabric as if it were an elastic membrane, prevents the passage of substances.

Without saying that this new material could revolutionize the world of textile industry, using it to create woven anti-stain, shaped aprons or overalls work so use them in laboratories, and in all those places where people have to be in contact with highly corrosive chemicals. Also for any uniformed member of the military, creating garments with systems of protection against threats from chemical or biological type in general.

If any you’ve wondered why I have not mentioned stations or workshops of cars, planes or ships is because dense and viscous liquids such as oils or alcohols are still adhering to this new omnifobica surface.

The wash is going to end

While scientists are still working to try to solve this problem – seems that engineer Anish Tuteja from the University of Michigan team has already given with the solution-, this news makes us think that already missing less so let’s end the battle against such stains.

Can you imagine the happiness to enjoy white shirts or neckties immune to splashes of sauces or red wine? I have read that it is of tissues that could stay under water longer than two months and stay dry. However, since nothing is forever, the main deficiency of the new material is its fragility.

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