NanoTex - How We Use This Nanotechnology To Improve Bedding Products

NanoTex was founded in 1998 by Dr. David Soane, former polymer chemist and Vice Chairman of the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of California at Berkeley. In 2013 Nanotex was headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, MI.

Nanotex was the first company to apply nanotechnology to fabrics, by working at the nano-scale, their textile enhancements provide amazing functional improvements without changing the natural characteristics of the fabric, like hand and drape.

By far, more than 80 textile mills worldwide are utilizing Nanotex treatments in products sold by more than 100 leading brands Worldwide. Some brands that are using NanoTex: Nike, Gap, Hermes, Calvin Klein, Bed Bath & Beyond, Gymboree, etc.

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Temperature Management
Commonly used in sportswear, moisture management fabric is designed to pull moisture away from the skin and out to the fabric’s surface. Once on the surface, moisture can more easily evaporate, leaving the wearer cooler, drier and more comfortable. Sleep zone employs this same technology in the design and development of home textiles such as pillows, sheets and mattress pads, offering the sleeper a cooler, drier, better night’s sleep.

Important meeting in the morning? It’s a good thing your bedding is keeping you cool; with Nano-Tex® Coolest Comfort. Through nanotechnology, fabrics treated with this advanced moisture wicking system actually balance your body temperature, pulling moisture from the skin and leaving behind a cooler, drier sleeping surface. This breakthrough technology lasts the life of the product and also enables the fabric to maintain its softness and breathability. Just how fast drying is Coolest Comfort? Polyester treated with Coolest Comfort dries four times faster than 100% cotton.

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