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Industrial Fibres
Polymer films heats outdoor gloves evenly
: 03 January, 2013
Electrically heated gloves can save your fingers in extreme cold, but there are two challenges in making them. One is getting the heat evenly distributed. The other is preserving battery power. Chaval claims to have solved those problems by using a polymer film instead of wires. The polymer delivers power specifically to the coldest spots to preserve battery power. The company claims the gloves stay warm up to three times as long as conventional gloves that use electrical wires and are set to a similar temperature.
 
 
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