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37.5 technology made fabrics make it to Textrends 2015
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Dec '14
Seven fabrics which feature an active particle technology, 37.5 have been selected for inclusion in ISPO Textrends 2015 forum.

Fabrics were chosen by an international jury of journalists, designers and independent experts with highly competitive criteria.

The seven selected fabrics featuring 37.5 technology are in four of the eight categories juried, including second layer, membrane & coating, insulation, and outer layer.

These fabrics were developed by 37.5 certified mill partners like Raco Textile, Chia Her, and Burlington.

Jeff Bowman, CEO at Cocona Inc, which developed 37.5 says, “We are very appreciative of being selected, and excited at how we are contributing to leading brands and manufacturers.”

“It’s a significant honour to be recognized by Textrends. This validates once again that our technology works, not just in concept or laboratory testing, but in real time, in real materials,” he informs.

The 37.5 technology permanently embeds active particles at the fibre level to capture and release moisture vapour.

Not only do these particles provide 800 per cent more surface area to the fibre, they also provide a unique driving force to remove moisture vapour unlike any other technology.

By actively responding to body heat, the particles use infrared energy from the body to accelerate the vapour movement and speed up the conversion of liquid to vapour, significantly hiking drying rates.

“This means the hotter the user gets, the stronger the driving force removing moisture becomes – and the more comfortable the garment remains,” Cocona explains.

ISPO Textrends is a renowned destination for designers and product managers for future trends and innovations in textiles which will be held during ISPO Munich from February 5-8, 2015. (AR)

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