all new members enjoy 10% off for your first purchase with us

Our Technology


To know more and watch the videos from our video channel

Zero Layer® Heating System

Our patented Zero Layer® heat system helps eliminate bulk while providing more efficient heat transfer than any other heating system available.

What do we mean by more efficient? To keep it simple, it is because we basically eliminate the need to “hide” our heating system behind additional fabric layers which impedes heat transfer. This translates to more heat, better heat coverage, less battery power and longer run times.

Each of our ultra-thin heating panels are constructed using tiny, imperceptible stainless steel fibres that are woven onto an insulated fabric. We then encapsulate these heating elements with a special thermal bonding sealing tape – permanently protecting the heating panels and connections from the wear and tear caused by the rigors of daily use making it extremely durable.

Each heating panel is engineered to provide a specific amount of instant heat that evenly radiates warmth to the body to help chase away the cold.

 

Scientific Testing

We scientifically test our products at an Institute for Environmental Research to ensure we are providing the warmest, most efficient garments as possible.

Our research is conducted under ASTM standards where we use a thermal anatomical manikin that is heated to a constant temperature that simulates the average skin temperature of a human being. The manikin’s computer system then measures how much heat is lost from the body to the environment.

This research allows us to engineer our heating system specifically to each product, enabling us to provide a wider comfort range at a variance of temperatures from below freezing up to room temperature, simply by changing the power level setting on the battery.

 

Power Sources

Our patent pending Zero Layer® heating system is engineered to be used with 4 different power sources – 3 volt, 5 volt 7 volt and 12 volt. We integrate our Zero Layer® heating system into a variety of different products and decide which system to use based on the product design and how it will be used.