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8thermoplus 5000thermoplus 4000thermoplus 3000thermoplus 20005oC10oC15oC20oC25oC30oC35oC41oF50oF59oF68oF77oF86oF95oF34567895 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 601 2 3 4SCIENTIFIC TESTS TO GUARANTEE THE THERMOPLUS CERTIFICATIONTHERMAL BEHAVIOUR OF THE MATERIALS IN REAL AND SIMULATED SKIING CONFITIONS.The choice of the appropriate material for the construction of the gloves is of fundamental importance in order to achieve ergonomiccomfort and high thermal insulation. Ther thermal insulation and moisture management of the gloves is created through the use ofdifferent materials. Such materials have been tested in both a climatic chamber and in outdoor conditiond using wireless sensorscombined with infrared thermography. The results show substantial differences in terms of thermal comfort between the gloves,proving that Level provides the best thermal comfort for all its products.Thermal insulation is one of the key factors for protection against the cold. Since hands tend to have a large surface area comparedto their volume and small muscle mass, they are more sensitive to cold exposure in respects to other parts of the human body(Kulane, 2009). It has also been reported that the feeling of cold discomfort in the hands will dominate even if clothing of properinsulation are used on the rest of the body. Hands are most comfortable wit a skin temperature of 33°c (91.4°F) and relative humiditynext to the skin of about 60%. The feeling of cold starts at temperatures around 25°c (77°F), whilst discomfort from cold inreported to begin with temperatures below 20-21°c (68-69.8°F).After removing the glove, the thermal image#3 shows the hot temperature of the hand (absenceof the color blue) thanks to the gloves'insulation.In the thermal image #1 no leakage of heatcan be seen from the outer surface of theglove (absence of the color red) thanks to itsexcellent insulation.thermoplusscaletime(min)temperaturescaleSkin temperatures measured during the test in a climatic chamber at -10 °c (14 °f)