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Thinsulate insulation keep me warm when it is so thin?
The concept that makes
Thinsulate insulation so effective is actually simple. All insulations
work by trapping air among their fibers. The more air trapped, the more
efficient the insulation. More fibers in less space provide more
surface area on which air layers can form. Thinsulate Insulation has
microfibers with a diameter of less than 10 microns, which are about 10
times smaller than a human hair and trap more air in less space than
any other insulation material used in the apparel industry.
Thinsulate insulation gets wet?
It will still keep you warm
and comfortable. That’s because Thinsulate insulation retains its
insulating ability in damp conditions. Its fibers absorb less than 1%
by weight of water, so it stays effective at keeping you warm – and it
dries easily if it does become wet.
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