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Functional composite garment materials

Connolly, Brian John, Hussey, Thomas Kenneth and Hurren, Christopher 2012, Functional composite garment materials, Other international (5) Patent WO 2012/073095 A1.

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Title Functional composite garment materials
Creator(s) Connolly, Brian John
Hussey, Thomas Kenneth
Hurren, ChristopherORCID iD for Hurren, Christopher
Date 2012-06-07
Patent no. WO 2012/073095 A1
Patent owner ZHIK Pty Ltd.
Registry Office Other international (5)
Patent family name Functional composite garment materials
Summary Composite materials suitable for use in water-vapour permeable, liquid water resistant, thermal regulating fabrics and textiles. The compiste material may relate to alternate layered products each comprising two or more of the following: an insulation layer; a water resistant membrance; a moisture-vapour permeable, substantially liquid impermeable material, a layer of infrared reflective metallic material; a hydrophobic fabric layer; a hydrophilic wicking material; and a layer comprising a 'functional material'.
Language eng
Field of Research 091012 Textile Technology
Socio Economic Objective 970110 Expanding Knowledge in Technology
HERDC Research category I Patents
ERA Research output type I Patents
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Document type: Patent
Collection: Institute for Frontier Materials
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