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THERMO MASTER Rain Rug Cool Max
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THERMO MASTER

Rain Rug Cool Max

No.: 422306-5_6-CF
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£64.90
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Classic turnout rug (600 denier, 3000 mm WP) made of sturdy material in dirt-resistant colour. With gusset, cross surcingles, elastic, removable leg straps and double, adjustable chest fastening . Lined with smooth nylon in the chest area, the rest of the rug is equipped with skin-friendly Cool Max Lining, which ensures good air circulation. Pretty logo print on the tail flap and summery striped border. 100% polyester.
600 DEN 600 DEN
Denier is a unit of measurement. It is the ratio of mass or weight to length. In other words: Denier is the unit for thickness of the thread or yarn, (thread thickness), which is used in the production of fabrics. The larger/higher the number of denier, the thicker or stronger the material becomes.
Waterproof Waterproof
According to the European standard EN343, for materials and products to be considered waterproof they need to meet specific criteria. This criteria includes the amount of water pressure (psi) they can withstand before leaking or an “mm/24 hours” rating which equals the amount of rainfall a fabric can withstand in a single day before water starts to leak through. Equally important are the abrasion resistance quality of the membrane, the coating and waterproof quality of the seams and zips – these should be laminated or welded.
Breathable Breathable
Breathability is not the same as air permeability, but rather the microporous qualilty of the membrane's coating, which allows moisture vapours to escape, keeping the skin dry even during exertion. For this to work, the concentration of moisture vapour (or humidity) on the inside has to be higher than on the outside. In other words, the air on the ourside has to be colder and/or drier than on the inside. Breathable, microporous membranes work effectively to approx. 25°C – higher temperatures lead to a reverse effect.
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