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Schoeller to showcase 3XDRY vice-versa application at Techtextil
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May '09
Textiles with 3XDRY finish repel water and dirt from the outside (hydrophobic) and absorb moisture from the inside (hydrophilic). Clothing with 3XDRY keeps the body dryer, prevents perspiration stains and produces a cooling effect.

3XDRY is a time tested and well known successful textile treatment. Now, to be showcased for the first time at Techtextil, Schoeller presents a new vice-versa application for 3XDRY. The hydrophilic performance is used for bed linens to transport body humidity away from the body, such as into the pillowcase where it is spread and can dry. Due to the hydrophobic performance on the inside of the pillowcase, sweat cannot penetrate to the pillow. The result: a calmer, better night's sleep for those who tend to sweat.

Techtextil is going to take place during June 16-18.

Feel good at work
When physically working hard the muscles generate warmth and heat the body. To cool the body down, one sweats and sweat that remains on the body evaporates. Due to this “natural cooling system”, the body is protected from over heating. Many functional garments worn close to the body may take away sweat very fast, too fast as the latest research shows; and then the “natural human cooling system” cannot work appropriately.

The 3XDRY advanced moisture management system quickly transports sweat on a large scale into the middle of the garment. Only from there it starts evaporating, creating a comfortable cooling effect. Thus the natural cooling mechanism of the body is supported and optimized. Sweat evaporation is enhanced, the body cooled and the body temperature remains stable, even during hard work. The feelgood technology of 3XDRY was discovered for workwear applications and continues to grow in popularity after it was proven so successful for sports and sportswear due to its ability to enhance the body's natural functions in such a comfortable manner.

3XDRY was developed in Switzerland in accordance to the criteria of the bluesign standard, the world's most stringent production standard for Environment, Health and Safety specifications (EHS).

Schoeller Technologies AG

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