The Future Of Microfiber Cloth
Could your shirt one day charge your cell phone?
The primary reason for this is static electricity and is often referred to as "the magic of microfiber." It is also responsible for some interesting technological adaptations of this wonder fabric for our future. Think of your shirt or pocket being able to power your cell phone. Any ideas?
A split microfiber cloth will gain its charge by way of the polyester and nylon fibers having what is called triboelectric properties. Polyester fibers create a positive charge while the nylon fibers acquire a negative charge, creating an efficient electrical field. The increased surface area also enhances the electrostatic properties as movement over the area increases the electrostatic potential. In short, these fibers could be woven into a shirt or other piece of clothing that create a charge just by your movement or a gentle breeze that, in turn, give a charge to your latest communication device.
As Boyce Henry, head of product development at Savy Industries, the producers of Big Daddy's Microfiber Towels, noted, "The future of microfiber is certainly moving beyond the traditional industrial applications with which we are most familiar and the science behind this wonderful fabric is being researched and adapted to our everyday lives in ways that will amaze all of us."
Of course, having a shirt that can keep your cell phone charged is not yet a reality, but is certainly around the corner. And, it will all be possible from the "magic" that exists in the same microfiber cloth you use to dust your furniture.
About Savy Industries
Savy Industries is proud to introduce its new, plush, 2 sided microfiber detailing and cleaning cloth. Savy Industries is on the leading edge of product development and design to make living life easier and their unique Microfiber Drying Towel is being introduced as the beginning of a line of products intended to accomplish this mission..
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