The idea of the use of “infrared heating” comes originally from “sauna infrared therapy” widely used in Japan, USA and some European countries (mostly North Europe and Germany) . An infrared sauna heats up the human body using infrared light (coming from infrared lamps or infrared heaters) that, in contrast with the traditional finish sauna, it doesn’t heat up the air surrounding the body, but it emits infrared light that is absorbed by the skin surface. The heat itself comes from the thermal radiation (electromagnetic radiation generated by the thermal motion of charged particles in the surface of the skin) without heating the room.
Graphite is made of Carbon. After we break the Graphite and make it become very tiny particles, we discovered the Graphite particles not only keep its thermal function but also emit Far-infrared. Fibers of G+ fabric are infused countless Graphite particles, and enhance the “warming up” fabric to a brand new level.