Fluorocarbon containing textiles still exist Over the last 40 years, pearl effects have been carried out with fluorocarbon-containing chemicals! Unfortunately even today these ingredients are used more and more as these substances are very cheap! Nevertheless, fluorocarboncontaining textiles are toxic to humans andcause cancer! Since unfortunately many textile coating manufacturers are not able to master the production of fluoride-free coating, this topic is often concealed! Or no details about this fabric made in the textiles!

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Technical diaphragm : In sports and outdoor areas, technical membranes are generally used. Textiles thus furnished are said to have a high respiratory activity. Microporous membranes, as the name implies, are microporous, the microscopically small holes, but this means that only a few holes are present to allow water vapor molecules to escape through them to the outside! Are just large enough that water vapor molecules can escape through them to the outside. For ordinary water molecules, however, the number of holes is too little. With closed-cell plastic membranes, the moisture is initially deposited on the inside of the jacket, the membrane swells easily, and the water vapor molecules can finally be transported outwards in a piggy-back fashion! Similar to the osmosis principle. The membranes function only with a certain time delay. Therefore, this is not the optimal sports and outdoor solution! The nanotechnology with its environmentally friendly and harmless nano particles is therefore the optimal solution for sports and outdoor clothing!

Sportswear :

Particularly in sports, in the case of particularly sweat-driving inserts, the sportswear should be able to conduct moisture away from the skin and transport it outwards. This breathing activity of sports textiles is extremely important for the sports field for the athlete! Of course, you can also measure respiratory activity, in grams (g) water vapor per square meter (m²) surface over a period of 24 hours!

Welding is simply a much more efficient means of giving off excess heat – namely, evaporation. The human being becomes so much more powerful because endurance and energy are delivered by the heat directly over the skin! Man “overheats” with excessive sports. Here it is already clear why perspiration can not evaporate, leads to the heat. The energy that is supposed to be released through the perspiration stays on the skin surface because the fabric is not breathable. In the course of time, no heat energy can be transported away and “heat accumulation and moisture accumulation” occur. On the other hand, however, “too much” heat can also be released, namely, when the welding production is still increased, but the evaporation proceeds very quickly. Practical example: You just have a strenuous climb behind us, standing on the windy peak in a light shirt and the wind makes them shiver. Here, a lot of heat is produced by the effort, but the body can not react so quickly to the cold wind. !
There are very few completely fluorocarbon-free textile coatings on the textile market! In most
cases, thinner fluorocarbon-containing ingredients are also used. These manufacturers also call this
a fluorocarbon-free coating but in the end this is obviously a lie! Because weaker fluorocarboncontaining
coatings still contain fluorocarbon! This is a nasty laier pack! The one for the textile
manufacturer one day will be expensive! Because he violates European and American law! Many
textile manufacturers have already been punished in this area!
Nanoident completely dispenses with
fluorocarbon-containing ingredients in the field of textile sealing and textile coatings our textile
coatings are 99.99999 9% fluorocarbon-free only 0.000001% fluorine is in the textile products that
come from our production water from the German drinking water network!