Feature – UV resistant – ALPS Annie Ling

Feature – UV resistant

UV Resistant

UV resistance refers to a substance’s ability to resist ultraviolet (UV) light, including sunlight.

UV resistant

How does it work?

Furnishing UV protection into the fabric itself is another common method. Manufacturers do this by dying it a dark colour, or further impregnating it with inks. Darker tones tend to absorb UV rays better than lighter ones. Blockers include titanium oxide or black carbon-based pigments.

Usually fabric with very tightly woven to prevent the penetration of ultraviolet rays through the fabric or fabrics include minerals like zinc and titanium and they actually weave those minerals into the fabric to help reflect the UV rays.

UPF 50 means that only 1/50th, or 2%, of UV rays can penetrate through the fabric to reach the skin,” Arthur explained. (That’s comparable to sunscreen with SPF 50.)

UV Resistant Features –

UV protection


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