Shinshu University in Japan evaluated Toray Industries’ Livmoa 3000 fabric for personal protective equipment (PPE). According to third-party heat resistance tests, the fabric is just as breathable as conventional clothes. Toray fabric reduces heat stress during labour better than general-purpose protective gear. Toray fabric reduces heat stress during labour better than general-purpose protective gear. It is also reported to have more air permeability than products with comparable dust protection qualities, and it outperforms competitors in terms of decreasing heat stress when job movements create air flows.
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