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Standard Fiber recently announced it has expanded its collaboration with 37.5 Technology to offer a broader scope of bedding products made with the innovative temperature regulating technology.
Bedding made with 37.5 Technology helps keep you warm when you’re cold and cool you down when you’re hot – continually adjusting to maintain a climate of personal comfort throughout the night. By using the thermoregulating properties of volcanic minerals, which are permanently embedded into fabric and fill, sleep products made with 37.5 Technology actively reduce humidity next to the body in order to maximize the natural cooling process of sweat evaporation. Removing moisture vapor from the skin before it turns into liquid sweat is the key to maintaining an ideal sleep climate.
“Standard Fiber has enjoyed a long-standing and successful relationship with 37.5 Technology who share our on-going commitment to providing the best sleep experience to consumers,” said Chad Altbaier, Standard Fiber CCO. “We are thrilled that their team is as eager as we are to partner on an expanded offering of new 37.5 Technology sleep products that are presently in the works”
Standard Fiber will introduce its expanded lineup of utility bedding and mattress fabrics & covers for optimizing sleep with 37.5 Technology for global distribution in early 2023. According to Altbaier, pillows, mattress pads, comforters, and mattress fabrics & covers with 37.5 Technology will be produced at both its North American and offshore factories.
“We are delighted to be expanding our partnership with Standard Fiber who has an industry reputation for excellence in the home textile, mattress, and hospitality industries,” said Serine Steinnes, Executive Vice President of Global Home Division for 37.5 Technology. “We are confident about the results that this collaboration will bring in terms of new innovation for bedding and mattress covers in today’s market.”
Consumers concerned with our environment will be happy to know that Standard Fiber sleep products made with 37.5 Technology offer sustainable benefits throughout the product lifecycle. They reduce drying time and energy usage in the laundering process compared to other bedding. 37.5 Technology is naturally derived along with being certified skin-friendly and hypo-allergenic.
About 37.5® Technology
37.5 Technology is the global leader in sustainable thermoregulation material science. Created by Cocona Labs, 37.5 Technology utilizes natural volcanic minerals that are permanently incorporated into fabrics, insulations, foams, and laminate materials. This patented technology is proven to help you stay comfortable and perform at your best by helping the body maintain an optimal temperature and relative humidity next to the skin, regardless of the activity. Materials made with 37.5 Technology offer sustainability benefits throughout the product lifecycle and are used across a wide array of industries, including apparel, footwear, bedding and home goods. Cocona Labs is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado. Visit thirtysevenfive.com for more info.
About Standard Fiber
Standard Fiber was founded in 1998 with one goal in mind – to deliver exceptional bedding products and customer service at the lowest costs possible. In doing so, they became the first bedding company to combine U.S.-based product design, customer service, and technology with the cost benefits and manufacturing capabilities that are best achieved throughout Asia. Today, Standard Fiber works hand-in-hand with its customers – manufacturers, distributors, and digitally-native brands – to supply fabric, components, and fully-manufactured textile products to the home textile, mattress, hospitality, healthcare and pet markets with the aim of delivering innovative and sustainable solutions consumers want, at the competitive prices they need. With offices and staff in the U.S., UK, China, India & Pakistan, Standard Fiber is a global leader in home bedding products and textile manufacturing, and one of the largest producers of utility bedding products in the world. For more information, visit www.standardfiber.com.