Nonwovens / Technical Textiles

2018-11-29

Weber & Leucht and Inside Climate begin cooperation

Clothing needs to perform many tasks and boast important convincing features in order to be successful in the market place. The spectrum ranges from wearability and resistance issues to cleaning processes and microbiological quality. In order to support businesses in the process of evaluating the afore-mentioned and many other features, and to be able to ensure long-term effectiveness, the two companies, Application Lab Weber & Leucht and Inside Climate recently entered their cooperation.

Joint trade fair appearance at PERFORMANCE DAYS in November 2018

Cooperation for textile comfort

While Inside Climate GmbH contributes its expertise and experience in the field of “moisture management in textiles”, the Weber & Leucht laboratory performs analysis and testing tasks in the fields of microbiology, textile hygiene and skin- sensory properties. Both companies apply state-of-the-art technologies – for simulations of thermoregulation, Inside Climate uses its in-house developed “Sweator” system; Information relating to the textile’s wearability and skin sensory issues are provided by ”Fabric Touch Tester”, from the American manufacturer, SDL Atlas.

“We welcome the cooperation with Inside Climate – together we can provide our customers with comprehensive support in terms of textile comfort”, says Thomas Leucht, Managing Director of Weber & Leucht GmbH. Christoph Russ, CEO of Inside Climate GmbH, agrees with him: “The combination of our expertise will lead to a broader spectrum of services”.


At PERFORMANCE DAYS, which takes place at Messe München in Munich-Riem on the 28th and 29th of November in Hall C1, both companies will present current cooperations, their respective expertise, as well as their first joint complimentary service portfolios.

At booth P04 at the fair, the Application Lab Weber & Leucht and Inside Climate will present a joint, holistic concept that optimally supports the product philosophies of their mutual customers and clients. The focus is on the analysis-based development of textile innovations, along with the according product optimisation, for garment manufacturers. This is made possible by the measuring and specification of various factors, which determine the comfort of the textile.

Issues concerning microbiology, textile hygiene, skin sensory properties and climate management play a central role in the analysis process. Workshops, which demonstrate the benefits of the joint concept, will also be on offer at the fair.

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