Under the microscope, the surface of the seawool yarn is embedded with tiny scales derived from nanoscale powdered oyster shells.
The scales mimic the structure of wool, distinguishing it from ordinary synthetic polyester, and provide it with multiple functionalities: low thermal conductivity, UV protection, far-infrared radiation, odorless, and wool-like touch.
The hollow outer fur of polar bears effectively insulates against frigid temperatures.
The hollow structure and low thermal conductivity of Smawarm® fibers play a crucial role in insulation.
High-temperature firing imparts excellent natural functionalities to Hulk bio-ceramic powder, including antibacterial properties, far-infrared radiation, and ease of coloration.