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    Explore our advanced fabric technologies for optimal performance and protection in any environment. From evaporation to insulation, we've got you covered.


    Effective evaporation is crucial in outdoor fabrics as it helps to remove moisture (sweat) from the skin, keeping the wearer dry and comfortable during physical activity. Fabrics with special cross-section designs (propeller, six-channel) increase the surface area of the fibres, enhancing their capability for evaporation. This allows moisture to evaporate more quickly, promoting efficient moisture management and enhancing overall comfort.


    Breathability refers to the ability of a fabric to allow air to pass through. Using different cross sections in our fibres we increase the airflow and ventilation. Breathable fabrics enhance comfort by preventing overheating and moisture buildup, especially during intense physical activity. This feature is essential for maintaining optimal body temperature and comfort during outdoor pursuits.


    Insulation in fabrics helps to regulate body temperature by trapping heat close to the skin in cold weather conditions. Fabrics with hollow fibre yarns or with super smooth brushed finishes, provide warmth and comfort by retaining body heat, allowing the wearer to stay comfortable and protected in chilly environments.


    Thermoregulation refers to the ability of fabrics to adapt to changes in temperature and environmental conditions, helping to maintain a stable body temperature. By combining different yarns with varying properties, we achieve the ability to keep the wearer comfortable in both hot and cold conditions by effectively managing heat and moisture, adapting to peaks and valleys of intensity.


    Antibacterial properties in fabrics help to inhibit the growth of odor-causing bacteria, keeping the fabric fresh and reducing the risk of unpleasant odors. This feature is particularly beneficial in activewear and workwear, where prolonged wear may lead to bacterial growth and odor buildup.


    The Limiting Oxygen Index (LOI) is a measure of a fabric's resistance to combustion in the presence of oxygen. Fabrics with a higher LOI value are more resistant to burning, making them suitable for applications where fire resistance is important, such as workwear and protective clothing.


    ATPV is a measure of the protective performance of a fabric against exposure to arc flash hazards. Fabrics with a higher ATPV rating provide greater protection against the thermal effects of arc flash incidents, reducing the risk of injury to the wearer.


    Antistatic properties in fabrics help to dissipate static electricity, reducing the risk of electrostatic discharge (ESD) and protecting sensitive electronic equipment or materials. Fabrics with antistatic properties are commonly used in industries where static electricity poses a risk, such as electronics manufacturing or explosive environments.