Activated Cooling – Dynamic temperature control for textiles
Many textile manufacturers focus on developing fabrics that cool the wearer during exercise, because thermal comfort is a key factor for athlete performance. However, the textile should be able to dynamically halt its cooling effect to avoid chilling the wearer.
This workshop gives an overview of available thermoregulation technologies, with a special focus on the activated cooling technology HeiQ Smart Temp. HeiQ Smart Temp, a revolutionary textile technology that complements the natural perspiration process, activates the cooling effect by rising body temperature and deactivates once cooling is complete.
A live demo with an infrared camera (FLIR) during the workshop impressively demonstrates HeiQ Smart Temp’s cooling performance.
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About the workshop organizer
About the orator: Carlo Centonze studied Biology and Forest Engineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Zurich. He earned his Executive MBA at the University of St.Gallen. After his service as army pilot he started his professional career as co-founder of the ETH Spin-off Myclimate, today one of the world’s leading providers of carbon offsetting measures. Since 2004, he serves HeiQ as CEO, developing the firm from a two employee company to a 40 employee company.
About the company: Founded in 2005 as a spin-off from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH), HeiQ is a leader in textile innovation creating some of the most effective, durable and high-performance textile technologies on the market today. With the aim to improve the lives of billions of people by perfecting an everyday product, textiles, HeiQ combines three areas of expertise – scientific research, specialty materials manufacturing and consumer ingredient branding. This makes HeiQ the ideal innovation partner to create differentiating and sustainable products and capture the added value at the point of sale.