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濕度管理(吸濕排汗)布料:舒適穿著的關鍵

Moisture management fabrics: key to wearer comfort

出版商 Textiles Intelligence 商品編碼 312356
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 42 Pages
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濕度管理(吸濕排汗)布料:舒適穿著的關鍵 Moisture management fabrics: key to wearer comfort
出版日期: 2014年09月11日 內容資訊: 英文 42 Pages
簡介

所謂濕度管理(吸濕排汗),是為了讓皮膚流出的水分(汗)蒸發,送出布料/服裝類表面的流程。

本報告提供濕度管理的纖維、線、布料的功能和應用調查分析、設計、實驗方法、革新等相關的系統性資訊。

摘要

簡介

布料、服飾的濕度管理的功能

  • 調節體溫
  • 標準層
  • 中階
  • 外層
  • 控制重量積聚
  • 減少對皮膚的損害
  • 控制微生物的增生在最小限度

布料的水分移動

  • 水分移動的影響因素
  • 重量/厚
  • 纖維細小
  • 纖維的種類
  • 特殊最後加工
  • 通氣性

濕度管理的纖維

  • 聚酯
  • 聚丙烯
  • 尼龍
  • 絲綢
  • 美利奴羊毛的毛線羊毛
  • 混合

濕度管理的服裝類設計

  • 濕度管理的服裝類設計使用的工具
  • 身體測繪技術
  • Adidas
  • Hohenstein Institute

評估布料的濕度管理的實驗方法

濕度管理布料的應用

  • 運動服
  • 活性戶外軟體
  • 阻燃性服飾
  • 其他

濕度管理的纖維、布料、服飾的革新

預測

圖表

目錄
Product Code: 978-1-849784-21-4

Moisture management is the process of transporting moisture in the form of perspiration away from the skin to the outer surface of a fabric or garment where it can evaporate. As such, moisture management provides a number of benefits, including thermoregulation, a reduction of perspiration build-up on a garment, a reduction of blisters and chafing caused by wet garments and a reduction of the proliferation of microorganisms. Originally, moisture management garments were designed specifically for individuals who regularly engage in physical activity, such as extreme athletes, firefighters and the military. However, given the comfort which moisture management garments provide, they are being used to an ever increasing extent in apparel applications which are less technical such as casual wear and sleepwear. Much research effort has been concentrated on designing and developing moisture management fabrics as companies aim to enhance their functionality by imparting cooling sensations, ultraviolet (UV) protection and antimicrobial efficacy. This report provides a wealth of information on the function of moisture management fibres, yarns and fabrics and their application in a variety of sectors. It also features information on the design of moisture management garments and test methods for assessing moisture management in fabrics. Furthermore, the report presents examples of innovations in moisture management fibres, fabrics and apparel as well as an outlook for the future of these increasingly important technologies.

Table of Contents

  • SUMMARY
  • INTRODUCTION
  • ROLE OF MOISTURE MANAGEMENT IN FABRICS AND APPAREL
  • Thermoregulation
  • Base layer
  • Middle layer
  • Outer layer
  • Controlling weight build-up
  • Reducing skin damage
  • Minimising the proliferation of Microorganisms
  • MOISTURE TRANSPORT IN FABRICS
  • Factors affecting moisture transport
  • Weight or thickness
  • Fibre fineness
  • Fibre types
  • Special finishes
  • Breathability
  • FIBRES FOR MOISTURE MANAGEMENT
  • Polyester
  • Polypropylene
  • Polyamide
  • Silk
  • Merino wool
  • Cotton
  • Blends
  • DESIGN OF MOISTURE MANAGEMENT GARMENTS
  • Tools used in the design of moisture management garments
  • Body mapping technology
  • Adidas: BodyMapping
  • Adidas: Flow Mapping
  • Hohenstein Institute: comfort mapping technology
  • TEST METHODS FOR ASSESSING MOISTURE MANAGEMENT IN
  • FABRICS
  • AATCC Test Method 195-2009: Liquid Moisture Management Properties of Textile Fabrics
  • Sweateing thermal manikin tests
  • Moisture management fabrics: key to wearer comfort
  • APPLICATIONS OF MOISTURE MANAGEMENT FABRICS
  • Sportswear
  • Active outdoor wear
  • Flame resistant apparel
  • Other applications
  • INNOVATIONS IN MOISTURE MANAGEMENT FIBRES, FABRICS
  • AND APPAREL
  • Adidas: Climachill
  • Cocona: 37.5
  • Columbia Sportswear: Omni-Freeze Zero
  • Columbia Sportswear: Omni-Wick EVAP
  • Coolcore: Coolcore
  • Cotton Incorporated: TransDRY
  • drirelease: drirelease
  • HeiQ Materials: Adaptive
  • Invista: CoolMax
  • Invista: Thermo°Cool
  • Invista: Thermolite
  • Lenzing: Lenzing FR
  • Lenzing: Tencel
  • Lusomé: dryLon
  • Marmot: DriClime
  • Milliken: VisaEndurance
  • Mitsui & Co: Pertex
  • MMT Textiles: Inotek
  • Nanotex: Dry Inside
  • Nike: Dri-FIT
  • Nilit: Nilit Aquarius
  • Patagonia: Capilene
  • Pearl Izumi: Ultrasensor
  • Polartec: PowerDry
  • Polartec: Power Wool
  • Rhovyl: Rhovyl
  • Saucony: DryLete
  • Schoeller: 3XDRY
  • Schoeller: c_change
  • Schoeller: Dryskin and Dryskin Extreme
  • Dryskin Extreme
  • Sportwear Argentona: Dry-Clim
  • Teijin Fibers: moisture absorbing polyester fabric
  • The North Face: FlashDry
  • Trevira: Trevira Moisture Control
  • Moisture management fabrics: key to wearer comfort
  • Unifi: Sorbtek
  • University of California: moisture management fabric
  • X-Technology Swiss Research & Development: X-Bionic The Trick
  • OUTLOOK

List of tables

  • Table 1: RET values and wearer comfort
  • Table 2: Commonly used test methods for assessing the moisture management properties of
  • textiles and clothing, 2014

List of figures

  • Figure 1: Moisture management in clothing
  • Figure 2: Sweating manikin
  • Figure 3: Polartec Power Dry
  • Figure 4: X-BIONIC The Trick
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