For all the week we’ve spoken about one of the most particular yarns created by our firm. Due to the start of Triathlon’s Championship and the restart of our team 707 Resistex engaged with the national competition, we’d like to disclose all the features that characterize… Bioceramic
That yarn results perfect for every athlete who plays outdoor beneath bad weather or excessive hot temperature. Our guys really love bioceramic ad in the following lines we explain all the benefits…
Tests prove how Resistex® Bioceramic greatly reduces the consumption of calories thereby safeguarding the physical energy of the body.
The bio-ceramic provides high thermal insulation that maintains a constant body temperature even in conditions of extreme cold. As demonstrated by clinical trials, Resistex® Bioceramic plays a stimulating action at a microcirculatory level which results in a constant strengthening of the metabolism.
Copper is an essential trace element in plants and animals, but not some microorganisms. The human body contains copper at a level of about 1.4 to 2.1 mg per kg of body mass. Stated differently, theRDA for copper in normal healthy adults is quoted as 0.97 mg/day and as 3.0 mg/day. Copper is absorbed in the gut, then transported to the liver bound to albumin. After processing in the liver, copper is distributed to other tissues in a second phase. Copper transport here involves the proteinceruloplasmin, which carries the majority of copper in blood. Ceruloplasmin also carries copper that is excreted in milk, and is particularly well-absorbed as a copper source. Copper in the body normally undergoes enterohepatic circulation (about 5 mg a day, vs. about 1 mg per day absorbed in the diet and excreted from the body), and the body is able to excrete some excess copper, if needed, via bile, which carries some copper out of the liver that is not then reabsorbed by the intestine.
That’s why Resistex invested time and experience in laboratory to develop a yarn made with copper: are you ready to discover our products?
Our team really loves innovation, specially if it increases human life. Our firm is a yarn producer as you know, and carbon is one of the elements the compose our fibers. Are you ready to discover which are its own properties?
Carbon is the 15th most abundant element in the Earth’s crust, and the fourth most abundant element in the universe by mass after hydrogen, helium, and oxygen. It is present in all forms of carbon-based life, and in the human body carbon is the second most abundant element by mass (about 18.5%) after oxygen. This abundance, together with the unique diversity of organic compounds and their unusual polymer-forming ability at the temperatures commonly encountered onEarth, make this element the chemical basis of all known life.
The atoms of carbon can be bonded together in different ways: allotropes of carbon. The best known are graphite,diamond, and amorphous carbon. The physical properties of carbon vary widely with the allotropic form. For example, graphite is opaque and black, while diamond is highly transparent. Graphite is soft enough to form a streak on paper (hence its name, from the Greek word “γράφω” which means “to write”), while diamond is the hardest naturally-occurring material known. Graphite is a very good conductor, while diamond has a very low electrical conductivity. Under normal conditions, diamond, carbon nanotubes, and graphene have the highest thermal conductivities of all known materials. All carbon allotropes are solids under normal conditions, with graphite being the most thermodynamically stable form. They are chemically resistant and require high temperature to react even with oxygen.