Devan Chemicals is a worldwide provider of speciality chemicals, headquartered in Belgium and with offices in the UK, Portugal and the USA. The company was founded in 1977 and has a strong focus on innovation, research & development and sustainability. Devan is a leading innovator in the fields of protection (flame retardants), performance (odour control technology & others), thermoregulation (PCM technologies), health & wellness (microencapsulated technologies) and fibres and yarns (functional masterbatch technologies).Devan Chemicals NV
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24 Oct 2018
Textile finishing innovator Devan Chemicals presents its further findings on their Moov&Cool® ‘cool comfort’ technology for the apparel/sportswear market. The patented polymer technology was first introduced on Performance Days in April earlier this year.
25 Jun 2018
Textile-finishing innovator Devan Chemicals recently launched a technology to make textiles free from allergens shed by cats and dogs. Purissimo™ is a probiotic-based solution and therefore completely natural. The technology was inspired by their experience with Purotex®, a successful allergen reduction solution that has been used in bedding for more than ten years.
14 May 2018
Textile finishing expert, Devan Chemicals, launched its brand-new, patent-pending Moov&Cool technology at Performance Days (18-19 April) in Munich. Detailed as a 'cool comfort technology', the innovation has the potential to improve the athletic performances of both amateurs and professionals alike by regulating core body temperature.
10 Jan 2018
Devan Chemicals, a Belgian-headquartered developer of finishing technologies for textiles, recently launched a new product line. These revitalising agents enable textile manufacturers to boost their textiles and offer health & wellness to consumers.
30 Nov 2017
RONSE - Devan Chemicals, a Belgian-headquartered provider of finishing technologies, recently launched a new multifunctional antimicrobial brand line. The brand line consists of their well-known, but recently rebranded quat-silane antimicrobial solution, combined with extra features. This enables textile manufacturers to apply multiple functionalities via one single treatment.