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Thermore debuts insulation for wide range of temperature
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Jul '15
Thermore, a producer and marketer of thermal insulation for apparels has launched Thermal Booster, a smart insulation that keeps users warm over a wider range of temperatures.

“Thermal Booster is a sensational breakthrough in insulation technology, as it works in a totally different way, as when the weather gets colder, it provides extra warmth,” the Italian company said in a press release.

According to the company, independent test labs prove that Thermore Thermal Booster is over 20 per cent warmer at lower temperatures.

“However, unlike actual heat packs, heating batteries or phase change materials, its effect does not end as Thermal Booster maintains its higher warmth for as long as the temperature is low,” Thermore informed.

“And of course, if the temperature increases, it automatically re-tunes to a warmer temperature, thus always keeping the wearer in a comfort zone,” it observed.

The Thermal Booster smart insulation is available in two different weight variations to perfectly match most temperature range requirements.

And also due to Thermore’s proprietary anti-fibre migration treatment, the effect is consistent and durable even after repeated washing cycles and heavy duty wear.

Thermore predicts that the Thermal Booster is the future of thermal insulation and that most likely within 10 years, all garments will offer a higher range of comfort, based on the Thermal Booster concept.

Thermore was founded in 1972 in Milan and does research, production and marketing of thermal insulation for apparel with operations in Europe, USA and Asia.

Thermore's current product range of insulations for apparels includes Classic, Ecodown, Evodown, Rinnova, Pro, Stretch and Aria. (AR)

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