Precision Fabrics earns Oeko-Tex certification

Greensboro, N.C.-based Precision Fabrics Group, a supplier of woven and nonwoven technical textiles, has renewed its Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification for three woven fabric lines.

The certification is independent, voluntary and a component of the company’s comprehensive commitment to quality, product safety and responsible manufacturing, a news release said.

Two of the three certified lines are designed for use in sleep products. DermaTherapy is a group of smooth, moisture-wicking textiles for the care of various skin conditions. Pristine is a barrier fabric for mattress protection products. A third Oeko-Tex certified line, Integrity, is used in clean-room apparel.

“Oeko-Tex certification gives our customers added assurance that the fabrics we provide are tested for harmful chemicals and made to the high standards they expect from PFG,” said Terry Montgomery, vice president of the woven division. “We selected Oeko-Tex certification for its up-to-date catalog of concerning substances, its rigorous testing procedures and its global recognition.”

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