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info about Thinsulate Insultation:
Thinsulate fibers are about 15 microns (microns) in diameter, making them finer than
ordinary polyester fibers and therefore should be able to be processed with greater density.
As with all insulating materials, the space between the fibers reduces the heat (down) flow,
so that heat is retained to a pleasurable extent, while moisture such as e.g. sweat
The manufacturer states that - for the same material thickness - Thinsulate one to
twice as good a dam as goose down, while it absorbs much less water
and also elastic. Thinsulate nonwovens are made from different polymer blends
generated. Most are mainly polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or a
Mixture of it with polypropylene (PP). Other varieties sometimes included
Polyethylene terephthalate-polyethylene isophthalate copolymer and acrylic fibers.
Thinsulate is also used in the roof lining of the youngest Porsche Boxster.
This additional layer should not only heat loss, but also the noise level
in the vehicle reduce by 50%