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Freudenberg shows fibreball padding at ISPO Munich 2017
Feb '17
Courtesy: Freudenberg
Courtesy: Freudenberg
Freudenberg Performance Materials, supplier of innovative performance materials, is presenting a new dimension in thermal insulation: comfortemp fibreball padding at ISPO Munich 2017. Lifestyle brand Napapijri is launching the “Superlight Parka” for the 2017 Fall/Winter season using their owned THERMO-FIBRE technology powered by comfortemp fibreball padding.

At ISPO, Freudenberg is showing the entire comfortemp product family. These innovative heat-insulating materials are suitable for a wide range of fashion, sports and outdoor clothing applications. Comfortemp thermal insulation enables the combination of creative design ideas with simple processing and combines performance with optimum comfort. Comfortemp products have been tested by independent institutes and in the coldest regions of Russia.

The advantage of comfortemp fibreball padding for consumers include high thermal insulation, is twice as breathable as conventional paddings, offers uniform structure even after washing, and gives 100 per cent animal protection.

The advantages of comfortemp fibreball padding for garment manufacturers include increased design freedom, easier processing, and lower transportation cost.

Comfortemp technology from Freudenberg enables apparent opposites to be reconciled. For example, a padding that can compete with down needs to be both soft and washable. It must have a large volume while displaying high tensile strength.

Napapijri owned THERMO-FIBRE technology is enabled by comfortemp. The collaboration between Freudenberg and Napapijri gave a boost to the development of the fibreball padding. (GK)

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