PCM Cooling Scarf For Women: Lightweight Temperature-Regulating Scarves Launched
The latest release continues Zentek’s efforts to introduce its fabric technology to a new range of garments. The scarf developed by the company is lined with phase-change material (PCM) to provide long-lasting cooling in the summer and insulating warmth in the winter.
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The new Chilly Scarf cools with air movement. As the wearer move, it cools The scarf itself is crafted from lightweight breathable mesh with an interior woven PCM layer. It is this layer that provides the adaptive cooling capabilities thanks to the advanced material science involved.
Zentek has released this new product to help their customers combat rising summer temperatures, especially in southern states and other areas with consistently warmer climate conditions. The scarf helps cool the head and neck, which are the areas that most heavily contribute to body-wide temperature regulation, thereby helping to prevent heat exhaustion.
Zentek Clothing’s proprietary Comfortemp fabric is designed to absorb body heat without reducing the cooling effect of the fabric. This technology is capable of insulating in cool environments by converting automatically into a dense solid state, then becoming a heat-absorbing liquid once the temperature warms back up.
A company spokesperson said, “Zentek’s chilly scarf is designed to cool down anyone who plans on breaking a sweat, no matter if you are jogging, taking a brisk walk, hiking or cycling. While most cooling scarves need to be activated by soaking them in water, our scarves come equipped with the finest cooling technology, which allows them to cool down without using any water or ice.”
The Chilly Scarf is one of many Zentek products designed to help individuals stay comfortable year-round in the outdoors. They also carry a range of coats, jackets, vests, and bedding that takes advantage of PCM technology, as well as a wide array of products for canines of all sizes.
Zentek was established by lead designer Janice Kajanoff, whose research into performance fabrics has led to the creation of temperature-regulating clothing for both humans and pets.
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