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Eurojersey updates its graphene-containing fabric offering

Directa Plus has teamed up with Italian textile company Eurojersey and sportswear brand Colmar for two collections, launched at ISPO at the end of January, containing its graphene-based product. 
Directa says the inclusion of G+ provides a bacteriostatic effect as well as even distribution of body heat and a heat dispersion effect in hot weather. 
Both companies have previously partnered with Directa; Colmar has used Eurojersey’s graphene fabric in two other collections.

Eurojersey uses graphene in two forms: as a membrane bonded to one or two layers of Sensitive fabric or as a printed pattern. “The advantage of printing is that it requires lower quantities of graphene and is therefore cheaper. It also enables the graphene-enhanced fabric to be worn closer to the skin, where its thermal conductivity and antibacterial properties are most effective,” said Matteo Cecchi, Eurojersey’s sales manager. 

The company’s latest development is a Sensitive fabric printed with a layer of graphene in a honeycomb pattern. “Its ability to diffuse heat helps avoid any hot spots,” Michela delle Donne, marketing director, told sportstextiles. 
Giulio Cesareo, CEO of Directa Plus, said: “The considerable interest we received at ISPO for our graphene-based products is testament to the high-performance qualities that they bring to garments, which are enjoyed by professionals and sports enthusiasts alike.”   

Image: Colmar's latest range

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