Turkish Company Produces, German Army Uses

Developed by the Turkish company İltema, the fabric which was able to heat dissipate for a long time with low voltage was tested by the company in Germany and found successful. The fabric used by divers in the German army allows divers to stay bottom of the sea for longer.

Turkish Company Produces, German Army Uses

İltema, which is focuses on heat dissipation technology established by two Turkish entrepreneurs at Dokuz Eylül University Technology Development Zone (DEPARK) continues to work on the development of new generation high-tech materials. The company, which started working in 2016 with the support of TÜBİTAK, has achieved successful results in heating technologies. İltema exhibits its products at the World Business Angels Investment Forum (WBAF). The company manufactures fabrics with yarns which are specially developed and coated with solutions. 100% locally produced fabrics heats with varying voltages. Fabrics which was heated with low-voltage do not threaten human health. Products can get heated by 48 volts and below.

Heat-Dissipating Fabrics With Low-Voltage Were First Exported To Germany

Smart fabrics, which preferred by the world’s leading countries and commercialised as “a new generation of electric blankets”, tested to be usedhybrid cars and in the defense industry in Germany and Turkey. The smart fabric, which was first exported to Germany, is used by the company there to make clothes produced for the use of divers in the German army. The divers of the German army, thanks to the clothes produced by using these fabrics, increased the 6-minute time stay in the bottom of the sea to 15 minutes.

The firm, which has been exporting to kazakhstan a tent that does not the snow settle on it, also has an anti-icing system on roads and stairs. This fabric, which is more cost effective, performs well in outdoor products such as automotive and defense industry. This fabric which is the most important feature is saving energy, saves 40 percent of heating in electric vehicles.

The company, which produces solar-heated coats for long-term stays in outside, also prepares heated tents and sleeping bags. In addition to being able to warm up with daylight, the jacket can also be charge mobile phones.

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