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Newest Thermo Cool insulation concept THIN
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Jul '10
ADVANSA, in partnership with Hong Kong Non-woven Fabric Ind. Co., Ltd., specialist in the global insulations market – have innovated again to extend the line of Thermo Cool insulations, with this technically advanced high-density insulation incorporating technology to prevent condensation within the insulation.

Containing ADVANSA's uniquely modified cross-section fibres, Thermo Cool THIN is characterized for its high-density, excellent insulation performance and capability to prevent condensation within the insulation. It is a compact high-density product, containing 50% multi-channel fibres. These channelled fibres allow condensation to move quickly from the inside to the outside; improving the wearing comfort and keeping very high insulation values due to the combination of differently engineered cross-sections in the special fibre mix. This remarkable product has been developed to be used mainly as interlining and it is also ideal for baffle constructions.

Anderson Lee, Business Director of Hong Kong Non-Woven commented: “We are very proud of our high-quality products and prestigious customer service. We strive to provide with this high-end product Thermo Cool THIN top quality and special solution to every need around the globe.”

“We are pleased and excited to be associated with Hong Kong Non-Woven in the introduction of these state-of-the-art Thermo Cool THIN products which are engineered to fulfil technical and market requirements of the end-users and grant maximum performance and comfort, complying with the ADVANSA high-quality standards”, commented Gerard Illeras, Global ASW Market Manager.

Due to its characteristics, with no concern on percolation or fibre migration, it is an ideal windbreaker insulator; it offers more than just warmth, it helps to deal with the adverse consequences of perspiration, condensation and humidity inside the garment.

Advansa invites you to discover the latest High-Tech range of Advansa Thermo Cool products at outdoor Friedrichshafen 15-18 July 2010, hall A4 - 207

Headquartered in the Netherlands and operating in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, ADVANSA–owned 100% by the Haci Ömer Sabanci Holding A.S. - is the largest manufacturer of polyester fibre and filament as well as a leading producer of polyester-based polymers, specialties and intermediates in the region. ADVANSA has annual revenues in excess of $500 million USD. The company employs 2,000 people and operates plants in Turkey and Germany, an R&D facility in Turkey, and has marketing offices in Turkey, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and in the US.

ADVANSA Thermo Cool

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