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ADVANSA presents Climarelle for mattress ticking at INTERZUM
Mar '09
ADVANSA, Europe's leading manufacturer of polyester fibre and filament for home, apparel, and technical textiles, presents Climarelle - an innovative thermoregulated bedding concept which is made available now also for mattress ticking.

Climarelle is a high-tech brand bringing thermo-regulation to the complete range of bedding products such as duvets, pillows and mattress ticking. The Phase Change Material (mPCM) microcapsules integrated within the Climarelle become fluid with a cooling effect when temperature is higher than ideal. When body temperature falls again, the microcapsules change phase from liquid to solid, releasing heat energy to the body and helping it to keep warm despite lower temperatures.

Thus, thermo-regulating microcapsules store warmth actively and release it only when necessary, providing a balanced sleeping temperature all night long. “The physiological measurements exhibit that Climarelle positively contributes to a significantly more balanced sleeping temperature and microclimate thus providing the fundamental condition for a relaxing and restful sleep”, said Björn Fittje, Business Manager ADVANSA.

DesleeClama, the leading producer of woven and knitted mattress fabrics, offers mattress ticking with Climarelle as an exclusive worldwide distributor. Please visit DesleeClama stand at Interzum Guangzhou (March 27 – 30, 2009, Hall 11.2 I 26) to learn more about Climarelle in mattress ticking.

ADVANSA manufactures polyester staple fibre and filament yarn, both POY and textured. In addition to its own brands that have been introduced successfully in USA and Asia in 2008, ADVANSA markets under license in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) under the wellknown banners of Coolmax, Thermolite, Dacron, and other former DuPont brand names to which ADVANSA has exclusive rights in the EMEA region. The company also makes polyester intermediates and polymer solutions.

ADVANSA resulted from a joint venture between E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Sabanci Holding. It was formed in 2004 when E. I. DuPont de Nemours transferred its share, DuPontSA, to partner Haci Ömer Sabanci Holding A.S., one of the largest industrial conglomerates in Turkey with sales of over $15 billion USD.

The company changed its name to ADVANSA in March 2005. Under Sabanci's ownership, ADVANSA invested in its three polyester manufacturing facilities in Turkey and Germany and cemented its leadership position in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The company has continued to invest significantly in research and development.


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