27 February 2019
We are proud to announce our ISO9001:2015 Certification! Our production facility in China became certified in December 2018.
What is ISO?
ISO stands for the International Organization of Standardization. This organization is an independent organization that develops standards and currently has over 22,000 international standards and related documents published. These standards provide “requirements, specifications, guidelines, or characteristics that can be used consistently to ensure that materials, products, processes, and services are fit for their purpose” in almost every industry.
What is ISO9001?
The ISO9001, also known as the ISO9001 Quality Management Standard, sets standards for a quality management system. These standards “provide guidance and tools for companies and organizations who want to ensure that their products and services consistently meet customer’s requirements and that quality is consistently improved”.
The standards are based on several quality principles, “including a strong customer focus, the motivation, and implication of top management, the process approach and continual improvement”. Implementation of this certification helps to improve both efficiency and customer satisfaction. Using ISO9001 helps ensure that customers will continually receive consistent, high-quality goods and services.
For more information about ISO and the 9001 Certification, visit the organization’s website: https://www.iso.org/
13 February 2019
Many globally recognized brands use our patented HyperKewl™ technology in their jackets and vests for cooling solutions. Here are 6 recognized Motorcycle brands that incorporate our technology in some of their products. Motorcyclists use these vests while riding to keep themselves cool and comfortable on hot days, allowing them to ride comfortably for longer periods of time.
HyperKewl™ Fabric’s “magic” happens in the process of evaporation, so the vest needs airflow to be most effective. The more airflow on the garment, the more cooling power it has. In order to get the best effect, typically motorcyclists will wear one of these vests under a ventilated protective jacket. Once they get moving, the airflow hits the vest through the vents and can cool the rider up to 25° F below the ambient temperature.