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Thermore to show new recycled products at Performance Days
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Oct '16
Thermore, a leader in the research, production, and marketing of thermal insulation for apparel, is set to present its new range of fully recycled content product line, Thermore Ecodown, and Thermore Thermosoft made of 50 per cent polyester, at Performance Days, functional fabric fair, to be held from November 16 to 17, 2016, at Germany, in booth 201.

Thermore has always been at the forefront in developing durable and resistant thermal insulation with a strong emphasis on sustainability. It was the first company to introduce a thermal insulation made from recycled fibres from PET bottles. All of this experience and knowledge in sustainability has recently been used by Thermore to take the next major step towards sustainability by converting the entire Ecodown product line to fully recycled polyester content, derived exclusively from PET water bottles.

The new Ecodown is the only synthetic product in the market to be made from 100 per cent, postconsumer plastic bottles. This allows the reuse of a considerable number of bottles. Depending on the application, outerwear insulated with Ecodown can save up to 10 bottles per garment. Also, using PET bottles instead of oil will help protect energy reserves for future generations.

Thermore Thermosoft is made 50 per cent of recycled polyester. Thermosoft has the best value in a branded insulation product for today's performance outerwear. The new recycled thermal insulations and all other sustainable products by Thermore do not require special quilting restrictions or fabrics- and can be washed and/ or dry cleaned. This high level of durability equates to exceptional, long term warmth over the life of a garment. A wide variety of weights and thickness options cater perfectly to every possible design requirement.

At Performance Days, an updated version of the Ispo Award winning Thermore Stretch will also be presented. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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