KnitWarm @ - Performance Days: Thermal Performance for Functional Sportswear

This season’s focus at functional fabric fair Performance Days in Munich was on thermal technologies and covered a diverse range of fabrics and materials, which can increase warmth or store and release body heat, as well as fabrics and systems, which can generate additional heat. Electronic textile systems In collaboration with the KnitWarm® Limited, Lenzing has produced a jacket and scarf, which were 3D knitted with Tencel® and conductive yarns to provide the wearer with dynamic warmth on demand. The material can be used in the entire product or as panels, sewn into specific areas of a garment for strategic warmth. When connected to an electrical source and activated through the controller,

Lenzing TENCEL x KnitWarm at PERFORMANCE DAYS workshop (Munich, Germany)

TENCEL Lenzing x KnitWarm at PERFORMANCE DAYS workshop: TENCEL® - Botanic Performance & Thermoregulation *PERFORMANCE DAYS is the functional fabric fair, dedicated to functional fabrics, new fabrics and innovations, for the sourcing of fabrics and accessories in functional sports-, work- and corporate wear as well as sportive wear. #Tencel #performanceday

KnitWarm @ - Performance Days to present topic on thermal technologies

Performance Days, the pioneer in trends of the textile industry, is set to present the topic of thermal technologies at the Performance Forum during the upcoming edition of the popular trade fair. The fair will present various innovations of fabrics and accessories in functional sportswear and will be held on November 8 and 9, 2017, in Munich, Germany. Lenzing (Tencel) has shown an innovative 3D knitting process in cooperation with the KnitWarm Limited, which produces a particularly soft, skin friendly fabric with the Tencel conductive yarns. The conductive yarns heat up when connected to an electrical source. Small pushbutton controls close the circuit and connect the cable with the fabric.

KnitWarm @ saz SPORTS fashion: Warm Intelligence - Smarte Wärme (in German)

If passive warming technologies are not enough, additional warmth can come via intelligent textile solutions – a power bank is simply enough to create heat In the age of apps and smartphones, where modern technologies make our lives easier and we have the ability to control our household appliances remotely from afar, the development of apparel, which can take on in- telligent functions, is long overdue. In the field of active heating systems in particular, great in- novation has taken place recently. Technologies, which not only provide body heat retention but also generate additional heat, have to do so by means of a chemical or physical pro- cess. The current focus is on electricity and h

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