UnNews:Exploding world demand of high-tech facial surface defenders, that are the reproduction from Islamic societies

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By Ore Tatieno

The equipment follow in the tradition

Next-generated equipment that certainly follows the genealogy of Islamic tradition.

May 18 (UnNews) -- There is being the past phenomenon, that some third-world technologies about military had been regarded as something both of pre-modern and insignificance. One of those had regenerated to the contemporary equipment so late that huge number of units have adopted. Some of Them are well-known their each leading-edges on the global basis.

These are the N95-type masks, developed from traditional Afghan fabric technology that is mainly used for burka. Its texture with 3D cutting and its quality of the fiber, to let no drop of buccal secretion but air through, also enabled to block most of particles of swine flu.

This breakthrough was brought down after the summit meeting of then U.S. President George W. Bush and Afghan President Hamid Karzai in 2006. NASA had taken the scientific initiative and NIOSH was available to establish the standard onto realizably.

World supply capacity of N95-types has already been strained to the limit. According to officials, manufacturers have thirsted for more weight of fabric feedstock. He got out that one or some factories had been delivered bales of raw cottons which were imported from Turkmenistan.

Demands are growing exponentially though all products concerned have been taking corporate efforts. It is clearly visible that main high-tech establishments have being signing number of orders for N95-type masks, and they engross the market for almost all of total supplies. In particular, those by Japanese high schools show a pronounced increase in this week. The key to break away from economic crisis may exist as an old hat, at somewhere in the world.

Last Updated: May 18, 2009 11:80 EDT

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