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Thermore to show full range at Performance Days
Oct '15
Italian producer of thermal insulation for apparels Thermore is showcasing the full range of its innovative products like Classic, Rinnova, Evodown and Themal Booster at the upcoming Performance Days in stall 201.

Classic, ensures softness and a superior thermal performance in a minimum thickness; Rinnova, is a 100 per cent recycled polyester fibres, Evodown is the only real alternative to down and Thermal Booster, a smart insulation that adapts to weather changes.

“Thermore Thermal Booster is the smart insulation that responds to this common need: extending the comfort zone by keeping users warm over a wider range of temperatures,” it informed in a press release.

“Thermore 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,” it explained.

According to Thermore, independent lab tests prove that Thermal Booster is over 20 per cent warmer at lower temperatures and so as the temperature decreases, it gradually increases its warmth by more than 20 per cent.

“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 lower,” the company added.

The Thermal Booster smart insulation is available in three different weight variations to perfectly match most temperature range requirements and the effect is durable even after repeated washing cycles.

Thermore was founded in 1972 in Milan and is a producer of thermal insulation for apparel with operations in Europe, USA and Asia including production facilities in Thailand and offices in Hong Kong. (AR)

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