The ECO-DRY Technology presents a range of solutions, both outer shell and linings, incorporating the benefits of wool - nature's performance fibre, to offer you optimum protection and the best levels of comfort when wearing your PPE.
Wool is a highly complex fibre that offers a myriad of benefits, all from a readily renewable and sustainable source. It is naturally hygroscopic, meaning it can hold 33% of its weight in moisture before feeling damp and naturally regulates the absorption/ desorption of this moisture to keep a steady micro-climate next to the skin, helping you to feel cool, dry and comfortable.
By combining the above with the excellent wicking capability of Lenzing FR or the thermal protective performance of Aramid fibres ECO-DRY products offer next to the skin base layer comfort through to frontline protection specific to your requirements and an outer shell solution that allows comfort and performance in drawn out wildfire situations.
Design that Saves
The ECO-DRY Technology is specifically designed to minimise the effects of heat stress, keeping you cool, comfortable and able to perform at your best, whatever the situation.
Protection that shows
The ECO-DRY outer shell carbonates when exposed to extreme heat and flame, this combined with the «Active Air Entrapment» rippling is your visual reassurance that your PPE is working as it should to give you extra protection as and when you need it.
Quality that lasts
Sustainable, Biodegradable & Environmentally Friendly - Wool is a natural and fully sustainable fibre from a renewable source that produces no harmful or hazardous by-products in processing and will biodegrade at the end of its life cycle.
ECO-DRY Technology offers maximum wear ability with lightweight, flexible and durable garments, incorporating inherent anti-microbial, anti-odour and antistatic properties to make your garment easy to wear, all day long.
- Protective clothing; other
Hall 15, Stand H15
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