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Bedding material containing electretic fibers










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #5744222.

The bedding of the present invention comprises a front cloth, a textural three-dimensional structure woven three-dimensionally, and a rear cloth. At least a portion of the fibers forming the front cloth the textural three-dimensional structure, and the rear cloth are electretic fibers containing microparticles of a substance having an electretic property, such as tourmaline. The front cloth, the textural three-dimensional structure, and the rear cloth are sewn together at their peripheral edges. The electretic fibers are affixed with ceramic microparticles of one or more types of ceramic such as cordierite, .beta.-spodumene, zirconia, zircon, magnesia and aluminum titanate.








 
 
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