General Technical Description of Polyester Blanket
General technical description based on category of blanket
Blankets are used to provide insulation / protection against loss of body temperature, according to the requirements imposed by climate / temperature conditions. The insulation capacity of a blanket depends on two factors:
1. The Thermal Resistance of Garments (TOG), a measurement of how well a material resists heat flow, where the higher the TOG rating, the better the insulation. It has to be noted that the TOG does not depend only on the
weight or the raw material, but also on the fiber quality, the type of weaving or knitting, and fiber raising.
2. The Air Permeability of the Material, where low air permeability willensure protection from draughts, while inherent breatheability allows evacuation of body perspiration.
Considerations for the selection of blankets and quills:
-- Medium thermal blanket: a blanket with 2.5 TOG is the minimum for outdoor use. Blankets with 2.5 TOG are also appropriate for indoor use without a heater. Medium thermal blankets are recommended for United Nation refugee
camp situations in hot or mild cold climates / temperatures. It should be noted that even in hot countries, nights could be cold. Higher TOG values would be required for colder climates.
-- High thermal blanket: a blanket with 4.0 TOG is the minimum for indoor use.
-- Low thermal blanket: a blanket with 1.5 TOG is considered a low thermal blanket, which is only appropriate for indoor use, on a bed, in a house with heating facilities. As a practical reference, a person resting indoor at 20 °C requires
a total insulation of TOG 1.5. Low Thermal blankets are not included in UNHCR Frame Agreements, as they are not suitable for outdoor use.
Outdoor use of blankets
when considering outdoor use of blankets, where there is no wind, in a 10°C temperature, the TOG requirement for blanket is 4.0. At 0°C temperature, the TOG requirement is 6.0. At -10°C temperature,the TOG requirement is 8.0 and
at -20°C temperature, the TOG requirement is 9.5. Taking into consideration that part of the insulation would come from the clothing; the rest should come from the blanket
Polyester polar fleece blanket shipping suggestions
(300gsm, 200cm *240cm polar fleece as an example)
2415 blankets per 20¡¯ DC container (without cartons).
5100 blankets per 40¡¯ DC container (without cartons).
5625 blankets per 40¡¯ HC container (without cartons).
1680 blankets per 20¡¯ DC container (with cartons).
3600 blankets per 40¡¯ DC container (with cartons).
3600 blankets per 40¡¯ HC container (with cartons)
How to tell apart polar Fleece ,polar fleece antipilling ,coral fleece, flannel fleece PV fleece, supersoft fleece and luxury fleece
Polar Fleece is the cheapest one because of it's process technique. It is light, warm and comfortable.
Polar Fleece antipping is the developed version of polar fleece. Polar fleece antipping is the polar fleece after antipilling process.
Coral Fleece has many knitiing methods , 90D-120F , 150D-288F are the two common-seen ones. D standards for density, F stands for hair length. DTY is the raw material for coral fleece.
Flannel Fleece is the developed version of coral fleece. 200D-288F is polular knitting material. Flannel is softer ,more comfortable than coral fleece and hardly can people see the bottom of each hair because its density.
Sherpa Fleece looks like cotton ,it is thick and white. 200D-288F. So the price is similar with Flannel Fleece.There are many standards for sherpa fleece according to its density.
Supersoft Velvet Fleece is with longest hair but every thin. 200D-288F. Usually compound with sherpa fleece. (Pront side: supersoft, Backside:Sherpa)
PV fleece has short hair, but is oily-looking and looks to be luxury. 200D-288F.
Luxury fleece looks like fur, it is the most expensive one ,usually used in home decoration or holding luxury goods.
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