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Less stressful work thanks to 3XDRY
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From A for Anchorman to B for Builder, C for Caterer, D for Dentist and on to P for Postal worker, S for Stonemason or Z for Zookeeper – in many professions work is intensive, often stressful and at times carried out under extremely hot conditions.

With the 3XDRY textile finish, the moisture management in workwear, protective clothing, uniforms and corporate fashion is tangibly improved. License holders around the work offer this “Feelgood Technology” which was developed in Switzerland. At A+A (3-6 November) in Düsseldorf, Schoeller Technologies AG is displaying the latest applications for work wear and the security sector.

When working physically hard the muscles generate warmth and heat the body. To cool the body down, one perspires and the 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; 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's fabric. 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 exercise. Over the course of a long working day, this can really pay off. A loss of fluid amounting to just 2% of body weight due to perspiration means performance capacity drops by up to 20%. And those who lose less moisture, also lose fewer vital minerals.

3XDRY supports perspiration and provides visible and tangible clothing comfort.Because only the interior side of the textile absorbs moisture, perspiration marks on the outside are practically invisible. Furthermore, textiles with the 3XDRY finish are waterrepelling and significantly less susceptible to soiling. The versatile finishing technology is particularly well suited to clothes worn next to the skin, such as underwear, shirts, T-shirts and pants.

The 3XDRY Feelgood Technology is increasingly being discovered for the workwear sector, now that the versatile functions have proven themselves in sports and sportswear.3XDRY was developed in Switzerland in accordance with the criteria of the bluesign standard, the worldwide most stringent textile standard with regards to EHS criteria (Environment, Health, Safety).

Further information at the Schoeller stand Hall 05/B11

Schoeller Technologies AG

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