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Creative Ticking offers new cooling experience

Creative Ticking, a division of Beverly Knits, located in Gastonia, NC, has announced its new line of cooling technologies – Kyla and Kyla+.

24th July 2017

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Gastonia, NC


“Our new cooling products, Kyla and Kyla+, offer the industry two new options for creating the ultimate sleep experience,” said Scott Frisch, vice president of business development at Creative Ticking. “Kyla and Kyla+ are part of Creative Ticking’s ongoing commitment to bring new innovation to the mattress industry.”

Kyla treatments are developed using Phase Change Materials (PCM) and can be applied in different levels depending on the desired cooling level. These PCM cooling treatments are applied in finishing and can be applied to the entire fabric or just the face, where it is most needed. By implementing the evaporative cooling principle, Kyla changes phases as heat is reflected away from the body and results in cooling the skin to maintain the optimum temperature zone during sleep, according to the manufacturer.

“Kyla+ is a cooling technology that is yarn based. Using a yarn that is specifically designed to draw heat away from the body results in an exceptionally cool feel,” the company explains. “This specially developed yarn is durable enough to withstand repeated washing without losing any cooling effects.”

Creative Ticking/Creative Fabric Services is a division of Beverly Knits, located in Gastonia, NC. Beverly Knits currently operates with 210,000 square feet of space and more than 200 knitting machines. One hundred and ninety-five associates produce more than 22 million meters of fabric annually. In addition to mattress ticking, the company also produces fabrics for the automotive industry, apparel markets, industrial markets and medical markets.

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