THERMOREGULATION

Thermoregulation is an integrated system of biological mechanisms, including processes for production, storage and dispersion of heat, which is responsible for maintainance of a constant internal temperature independently from the climatic conditions outside the body.

These mechanisms require energy to operate, taking it from the body that could instead use them to increase performance. The presence of external elements that facilitate the temperature control allows reducing the waste of body energy.

GRAPHENE WORKS AS AN EXCELLENT
CONDUCTOR OF HEAT

IT TAKES ITS EXCELLENT THERMAL PROPERTIES FROM GRAPITE. IF LAYERED AT MONOATOMIC LEVEL – AS IT HAPPENS IN GRAPHENE G+® - GRAPHITE CAN CONDUCT THE HEAT FROM WARMER TO COLDER PARTS ALONG A CIRCUIT.