CELLIANT HEAT : the first responsive insulation
The human body constantly emits heat.
During intense physically activity, body temperature rises and we begin to sweat.
If our clothing doesn’t allow the moisture to escape, we will begin to get wet and uncomfortable and then cold.
The ideal garment allows moisture vapour to escape while keeping you warm and dry.
Celliant Heat insulation is the new standard in innovation and performancesetting the bar for breathability, thermoregulation and warmth-to-weight ratio.
Celliant Heat is powered by 13 thermoreactive minerals that convert body heat into IR energy.
Combined with Polypropylene, Celliant Heat insulation provides the lowest coefficient of heat transfer and the greatest insulating power available and is up to 30% lighter.
13 termo-reactive minerals Powered by the human element
converting heat to infrared energy
extensive development by leading experts in medicine and science has resulted in a proprietary fiber that is loaded with a potent mix of thermoreactive minerals. Powered by our own metabolism, it is more hybrid engine that textile. It recycles and converts radiant body heat in to something that gives the body a boost-infrared energy.
Promotes circulation leading to faster recovery and healing.
How Celliant works: Celliant recycles human energy
A) The heat that our body emits is absorbed by the minerals in the fiber.
B) The minerals convert that heat into infrared light.
C) The infrared light penetrates into the muscle and tissue to increase circulation, oxygen
- 1) Low ability to absorb liquids:
Absorption coefficient of liquids (residual water content expressed as a percentage of the weight of the dry roduct).
- 2) High vapour permeability:
the high value of permeability ensures the rapid transfer of humidity through the insulation and thus the maximum transpiration.
- 3) Lightness:
Polypropylene has a specific weight that is lower than other textile fibres.
- 4) Low heat transfer coefficient:
The low value of the thermal transfer coefficient reduces (compared with other fibers) the loss of heat produced by the body when it is in a cold environment.
- 5) High insulating power:
The insulating power depends on the amount of air trapped in the fiber: polypropylene has the capacity of retaing heat similar to wool.