nanoPE | Cooling Plastic Textile

A team of Stanford scientists believe nanoPE could ease our reliance on expensive cooling systems used in buildings

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A team of scientists have developed a plastic textile that could be used to manufacture clothing, and cool people who wear it.  While many breathable and moisture-wicking fabrics are available, the new nanoporous fabric, dubbed nanoPE, adds a second dimension of cooling because it uses polyethylene, which unlike other materials, allows the body’s infrared radiation to pass through. Polyethylene is the material commonly used in plastic wrap. Read more here.

Source | http://www.psfk.com/
Author | KIRAN UMAPATHY

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