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ThermoCool duoregulation fiber now available in America
02
Jul '12
"Following its tremendous success in Asia and Europe, German fiber producer Advansa announces that it has now made its ThermoCool duoregulation fiber available to the American market. In cooperation with FilSpec Inc., who will be the exclusive yarn spinner in the Americas, spun ThermoCool will be available from FilSpec's Sherbrooke, Canada and Ellerbe, North Carolina facilities.

Feeling too hot or too cold?

Everyone has experienced these two extreme contrasting sensations, hot and cold, during the same day or in a particular activity. This can produce negative aspects in body performance or comfort. To combat this, ThermoCool has been specifically designed to optimize the body's natural thermoregulating capabilities through unique smart fiber cross sections that provide evaporative cooling or thermo-buffering according to the body's needs.

Simply stated, garments produced from spun ThermoCool keep a body warm when it is cold and cool when it is hot. Total body comfort and garment moisture management.

ThermoCool is a combination of unique fibers with hollow core and channeled cross sections that provide comfort benefits far beyond those of a conventional fiber or other moisture management products.

With emphasis on performance sportswear, as well as everyday comfort, ThermoCool will feature a prominent exhibit at the Outdoor Retailer Show, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 2-5th.

Personnel from Advansa and FilSpec will be available at Booth #155-507 to discuss the attributes of the unique ThermoCool fiber and show commercial garment developments. 

FilSpec Inc

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