Fashion Friday – Heated Clothing Technology
Today’s Fashion Friday will keep you warm and toasty.
Gerbing’s Heated Clothing is a website that offers clothing to fight the cold. The website sells apparel that has ‘heated clothing’ with a variety of high density heating technologies engineered to create a specific amount of heat.
These different technologies are strategically located within the clothing to produce a natural and balanced heat output, surrounding the body with warmth. The heating technologies used vary depending on the product, how it is going to be used, the heat output and the power level requirements.
The company sells various products from liners, insoles, outerwear, jackets, pants, gloves, battery powered products, and temperature controls.
This company has been experimenting for over four years allowing them to develop and patent the most efficient and durable heating technologies that provide the greatest heat transfer. Gerbing’s goal is to provide you with a product that incorporates the most unobtrusive but effective heating technology that will last a lifetime.
Description about technology:
Microwire Heat Technology – Incorporates our patented process of using micro-sized stainless steel fibers that are intertwined and encased in a waterproof coating. The Microwire™ is then woven into a heating matrix that is then placed in the garment. This system is the most durable and efficient heating technology ever developed. Microwire™ heating technology is used both in 7v and 12v products.
Nanowire Heat Technology – Utilizes our patented process of using silvered fibers that are then stitched into a non-woven fabric where it is then waterproof sealed. Very customizable heating technology that allows us to engineer very specific heat output to specifically targeted areas. Used in our 7v applications.
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