Hohenstein’s WATson measures evaporative cooling of a textile

September 27th, 2019

Hohenstein reports that its heat loss device, WATson, can quantitatively measure the evaporative cooling ability of a textile or textile system. It measures the dynamic interaction of textiles and human thermal regulation with customizable climatic conditions and sweat rates.  The 2019 published DIN SPEC 60015, “Quantitative measurement of the evaporative heat loss of smart textile […]

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