Today we go in-depth to analyse the main difference between two incredible yarns very specific for the sport field. We’re speaking about Resistex Carbon e Resistex Bioceramic.
The main features of Carbon yarn are:
- Being Antistatic
- Being Reflective
- Being Thermo regulating
- Being Conductive
To resume the main benefits I take for example a physical test performed over a period of 30 minutes, with an athlete of our Triathlon Team, 707.
Wearing a t-shirt made with Resistex Carbon, the result shows that at the 15th minute and at the 30th minute, the athlete’s metabolic energy, presents a growth index of yield, from 24,68% to 24,93%.
This test confirms that the muscular system can transform heat into mechanical energy, and the conductive property allows to distribute on the whole body covered by the t-shirt that mechanical energy.
Differently, if you’re looking for a less expensive but still performing yarn, you could adopt Resistex Bioceramic. It’s realized by putting inside the master batch, before the extrusion of the polyester yarn, inorganic elements like: zincum, titanium, silicium and magnesium.
In this case Bioceramic takes advantage of the human heat, which is reflected to the body in form of infrared rays: an electro magnetic wave which penetrates 4 mm of the skin, breaking water molecules and stimulating the micro circulation.
On the other hand, presenting Bioceramic related to the sport field, we can see four main features:
- Reflective property against UV-A and UV-B rays
- Sun shielding
- Cold Insulating
Differently from Resistex Carbon, which is realized by blending Carbon fiber with polyester or cotton and used in a small percentage, here you should produce the whole fabric with Bioceramic.
Our internal tests show that Bioceramic helps to reduce the consumption of calories, reducing in a sportsman the sense of fatigue and saving energy.