Boardroom Eco Apparel

Eco® Apparel by Boardroom Bloggy-Thingy > May 10 2007 How is Technical Fabric Made From Coconut Shells?

May 10 2007 How is Technical Fabric Made From Coconut Shells?

posted on 4:27 PM, March 16, 2009

A big part of our Boardroom ECO Apparel offering is our Eco-charcoal fabric technology.

Derived from Recycled Coconut Shells and Activated Charcoal, Eco-charcoal is woven into our Eco-fabrics to kill odor, block U.V radiation, and help to transport moisture.

Eco-charcoal fabrics outperform traditional polyester fabrics, and are made using a by-product of the food industry (activated Coconut charcoal). There’s allot to this technology, but here is a primer:






Comments

Re: May 10 2007 How is Technical Fabric Made From Coconut Shells?
by Xadrian, posted on 7:51 PM, August 11, 2011
That's way more clever than I was exeptcing. Thanks!
Re: May 10 2007 How is Technical Fabric Made From Coconut Shells?
by Seven, posted on 6:38 AM, August 12, 2011
This info is the cat's paajams!
Re: May 10 2007 How is Technical Fabric Made From Coconut Shells?
by Adut, posted on 3:10 AM, March 18, 2012
I definitely wanetd to write down a simple message in order to say thanks to you for some of the lovely strategies you are sharing on this website. My rather long internet research has finally been rewarded with reliable details to talk about with my colleagues. I would mention that most of us visitors actually are rather blessed to dwell in a superb network with many special individuals with valuable basics. I feel extremely happy to have seen the webpage and look forward to some more amazing moments reading here. Thank you once again for all the details.
back back