It is from a very simple question, what is the warmest material?
Down or cotton?
The answer may be
With 3mm thickness, and extremely light, it can resist -196℃ extremely cold.
It’s approved by live people with -196℃ liquid nitrogen spray test, and the inside of the jacket still maintains the temperature of about 26.7℃.
Its excellent physical and chemical properties have broken more than ten Guinness World Records, that makes NASA use aerogel composites as insulation materials for spacesuits, aircraft insulation, etc.
What is aerogel?
Aerogel is a low-density, high-porosity nanoporous material made by American scientist S. Kistler in 1931. As early as 1993, NASA applied aerogel to a variety of thermal insulation materials in the aerospace field. More than 80% of the aerogels are air, so it has very good heat insulation effect. 1 inch thick aerogel insulation function is equivalent to 20-30 pieces ordinary glass’. Because of its low density, it is also called "solidified blue smoke”.
In 2017, the KISTLER team developed a textile-specific aerogel composite super-warm material, which solved the problem that the aerogel could not be used in the clothing industry for 50 years.
Invention patent number: 201810999393.X
The revolution in the field of clothing
With only 0.4 kg and the material thickness is only 3 mm, but It can be warmer than a 40mm thickness down jacket.
Thinner, warmer and more flexible than traditional warm clothing, the subversive of the cold clothing market, and the global industry believes that it will be the next generation of warm clothing development trend.
You can be the first to step into the new era of warm clothing, please enjoy!!!
Aerogel Thickness: 0.5mm
Cold resistance: -10℃
Silver nest reflection thermal insulation inside
Warm print pattern
Laser ultrasonic cutting process