VENTILE is a special high -quality cotton fabric developed by a scientist of the Charlie Research Institute in the British Manchester and is registered as its trademark. Initially, it was created to eliminate the flax shortage used in firefight hoses and water buckets, but it was found to be perfect for pilot immersion clothes.
[Charlie Research Institute]
In 1919, he was established as a research center specializing in cotton -producing technology at The Towers in Dizbury, Manchester, in 1919.
The Institute has developed a special high -quality cotton fabric ventile, and has developed a tog as an indicator for simply measuring the thermal resistance of textile products instead of SI units M2K/W.
BCRA merged in 1961 with the British Rayon Research Association (BRRA) and became a cotton, silk and artificial fiber research association.
From 1987 to 1990, it merged with the Willira Technology Group to establish a BTTG.
BCRA ・ ・ ・ British Cotton Industry Research Association (1919)
TOG ・ ・ ・ Thermal Overall Grade (TOG is a thermal insulation scale, which is also known as a thermal resistance.)
BRRA ・ ・ ・ British Rayon Research Association (1946)
BTTG ・ ・ ・ British Textile Technology Group (1988)
This time, "L35" is used in Single Raglan 9 of Anatomica.
It is the lightest weight fabric in the series.
Weight ... 145g/㎡.
YARN COUNT ... 120/2 × 120/2
Weave ... Oxford
HYDROSTATATATIC HEAD DIN EN 20811 (Shizui head value) ... 600mm
Headwater head value: It is also used as an index indicating the waterproofness of the fabric, and is generally used in clothes and equipment used in outdoor leisure. This is measured in length (usually millimeters), and the water column on the cloth on the cloth indicates the maximum height from the weave to the water. In other words, the fabric with a 5000 mm static water value can stop a 5 -meter -high water column, but is not higher than that.
Ventile's manufacturing process begins with searching for the finest ultra -long cotton around the world.
It is the highest class of cotton around the world that meets the harsh standards, and we make products using only 2 % of cotton.
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