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MikeC  
#1 Posted : Sunday, December 23, 2012 12:48:51 AM(UTC)
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Found in most it

Dane burns he climbs pretty well known and considered. Interesting approach-while not making it relevant for alpinism State of extreme cold and be active

Me personally just in case there are two coats of this kind-of MONTANE and RAB

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#2 Posted : Sunday, December 23, 2012 10:45:00 AM(UTC)
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Could you point me to some article explaining how this insulation (60 grams, 100 grams). Or is it too short and you could say a few words about it.

Thank you.
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#3 Posted : Sunday, December 23, 2012 7:17:08 PM(UTC)
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Don't have me right now-I'll try to search. But these are big bidodim SYN There are two main types: sort, staple and filament continuous filament.
The first consists of short fibres arranged in random manner that behave as alleged. The advantage is that the material "very soft" and responds like mean backwards "spills" on the body (like DRAPING) and therefore very suitable for clothing. The disadvantage that should stabilize or he spills inside. The stabilization is done by SCRIMMING and tightening it in relatively short intervals.
The second type is long fibers that create the spring (like say the insulation of mineral wool) this relatively stable surface and stands by itself and therefore very easy to sew something (don't need so much stabilizing) the downside is less "spill" and therefore more suitable for shcsh, QUILT, etc.
Another difference arises from what is explained below is that the SHORT STAPLE out of the kind of bulk and can produce any amount you want isolation while the second type comes in rolls in widths.

In addition, and unlike (!!!) all synthetic materials are used in clothing and keys etc in LOFT-optimal to say there's no such thing as OVERFILL or UNDERFILL but the manufacturer makes the product according to the manufacturer's driver bidodtz I guess the main reason for this – except that the LOFT is not so big is that insulation manufacturers want to ensure that the final product export success to their name (as GORE places very clear standards for producers)
Because of this when talking about synthetic insulation talking in units of weight per unit area-i.e. per unit of area (say a coat) which is naturally the basic unit of heat loss (because heat loss depends linearly on the ground) how many grams insulated material. (Assumes an enclave that the LOFT was determined by the device manufacturer for specific material.
Our units are gram per square meter usually written as gsm or simply "g" as in the case of the link I sent or Imperial slugs units of oz per square yard called osy or simply "OZ"
I.e. above with hands and 60גרם 40גרם in the body means basically 40GSM 60GSM body and hands etc.

There are many manufacturers and models of insulation and insulation values and their relatives (on BPL Richard Nisley clusters these issues. I thinkthis seat
Find somewhere the relevant number) anyway thermal insulation is measured in units or CLO TOG or RVALUE. And if that's not confusing enough, there's a metric and Imperial RVALUE. So be sure you are comparing apples to apples.

The first kind of popular materials are:
Primaloft one, primaloft eco-primaloft sport, they're different types of the same manufacturer if price/weight/various performance
MONTBELL's EXALOFT
CORLOFT of arkteris
THERMIC MICRO of MH etc

The other kind has the
CLIMASHIELD XP, APEX from which CLIMASHILED say do QUILT of MLD and ENLIGHTENED
And in the past was popular POLARGUARD DELTA was the QUILT from BPL's COCOON and MOUNTINA BOZEMAN WORKS


For perspective, assume he's overcoats (60גרם) are approximately 300 just like brass most easier and free compressors (the cluster on BPL accurate comparisons between 100 and 300 fleece and jackets like these and make

Hope this helped

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#4 Posted : Monday, December 24, 2012 2:05:53 AM(UTC)
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Mikey, thanks for the detailed answer so.
Helped a lot! Now I have to start my journey in Google:)

0) when on isolation of say 40 g that includes only the isolation of the milvai or the synthetic material, either over/under (SHELL)
1)-extent of the RVALUE isolation of sleeping pads there? I miss it too.

I think a very important information for travel. Really gives some tioria and comparable materials, products.

Thanks again!
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#5 Posted : Monday, December 24, 2012 5:01:50 AM(UTC)
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This 40גרם only) "the material. Most of these coats SHELL only thin ... To note that empty but pompous coat (like LOFTED) is not (!) negligible insulation value necessarily inflate the air going in it theoretically. By comparison the value of LOFT insulation 2.25 inch of air is about R = 0.4. (It's about. CLO = 0.4). But because these jackets LOFT neglected relative (say 0.1 ~ 0.2 INCH) think we can neglect the value in relation to the CLO (for lighter models is between 0.5 ~ 1.5
1) the answer is of course Yes. The degree of isolation is the degree of resistance to heat flow – meaning as greater resistance for a given temperature difference less heat flows between the parties (as opposed to electric current flow). Some of the measurements come from textile (TOG) and part of the building or the world blend (R, CLO) but they obviously alternate production figures.

It is important to note that all these dimensions are measured in very specific equipment (devices for that matter) and a few itgrtyavit scale with conduction and radiation Saeb, in certain conditions and are very (!) taking into account effects such as:
1) dynamic change in isolation as a result of human motions (collapsing local mechanical stress as a result of the Governor of your elbow on the coat or as a result of wearing layers of each other)
2) performance in zero wind (both measure the turbulence of EDDY CURRRENTS within the air lock. But not a ghost.
3) humidity performance is very different.
4) or sligot (effects on the mattress in the middle of isolation have any X value but obviously the hot air of celadon in closer to your body (think heat "cut the corner") and you, on average, lower edge insulation
5) very (!) difficult to measure items that are very thin and touching them with a substantial measure the thickness (e.g. BASELAYERS)

Abbreviation-interesting indeed tairia. Combined with data for average METABOLIC RATE MET (in various activities (running/climbing/walking/spinning/meeting/resting/sleeping) allegedly set isolation levels are suitable to conditions and ... But there are of course many personal and environmental variables is difficult to weight in the lab.

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