Now cooling on clothes only activated when needed
The Swiss textile innovator HeiQ has launched an upgraded version of its popular dynamic cooling technology HeiQ Smart Temp.
The Swiss textile innovator HeiQ has launched an upgraded version of its popular dynamic cooling technology HeiQ Smart Temp. Based on an instant cooling hydro functional polymer, this patent pending technology provides activated cooling to the wearer for enhanced performance and thermal comfort. Inhouse thermoregulation performance measurements of a treated fabric revealed a 1.5Â°C to 2.5Â°C (2.7Â°F to 4.5Â°F) cooler skin temperature compared to an untreated fabric. During the Performance Days Munich, the upgraded HeiQ Smart Temp technology can be experienced on high-tech sports fabrics by Pontetorto and Tessitura Taiana Virgilio.
From its launch back in 2011 until today, the intelligent thermoregulation technology HeiQ Smart Temp has grown to one of the market leading dynamic cooling technologies. More than 50 major brands globally on more than 500 million garments use HeiQâ€™s most popular technology in their products spanning the application scope from basic apparel and sportswear to home textiles. HeiQ Smart Temp is used as the differentiating technology in Hanesâ€™ X-Temp program, Dickâ€™s Sporting Goodsâ€™ Second Skin range, Stanceâ€™s Feel 360 socks collection, Dickiesâ€™ Temp-iQ range and BekaertDesleeâ€™s mattress ticking goods â€“ just to name a few. This outstanding achievement spurred HeiQâ€™s research and development team on even more to move the previous product version to the next level.
Now, the Swiss textile innovator releases the new addition to the HeiQ Smart Temp family: HeiQ Adaptive AC-06. This patent pending technology version equips the sports enthusiast with activated cooling and enhanced performance and thermal comfort. Upgraded HeiQ Smart Temp interacts with the wearer, helping to lower the skinâ€™s temperature when it needs it most. The innovation is based on an instant cooling hydro functional polymer that is activated when the skin temperature exceeds a range between 28Â°C and 32Â°C (82.4Â°F and 89.6Â°F).