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Creative's fabrics to use Thermic Quickdry technology
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Jul '16
Courtesy: Creative Ticking
Courtesy: Creative Ticking
Creative Ticking has inked an agreement with Belgium based Devan Chemicals under which mattress fabrics produced by Creative will be treated with the Thermic Quickdry technology from Devan.

“Mattress fabrics treated with Thermic Quickdry absorb excess heat and slow the rate at which skin temperature rises, allowing the sleeper to stay in the ideal comfort zone throughout the night,” Creative said.

According to Creative Ticking, Thermic Quickdry is a combination of thermoregulation and quick dry technologies designed to provide optimal sleep comfort.

“This cooling technology is unique in the market and allows thermoregulation to be achieved without affecting the hand of the fabric, due to Devan's patented technology,” the company observed.

“We spent time studying the current cooling technologies available in the market and Thermic Quickdry stood out for performance and value,” said Scott Frisch, VP (business development) at Creative Ticking.

“We believe there is a large opportunity to bring cooling technology to all market sectors and this partnership is yet another way to continue to provide performance inspired fabrics,” he added. (AR)

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