FIRs penetrate deeply into the body, improving circulation, reducing muscle stiffness and promoting relaxation.
Advances in automotive technology have consistently focused on enhancing comfort and convenience for both drivers and passengers. The introduction of Nanobionic technology, however, takes the concept of automotive wellness to a whole new level.
Nanobionic mineral-based coatings with the ability to emit far infrared rays (FIRs) are unlocking a world of validated wellness benefits for the automotive industry.
The coating is applied to the backside of leather, artificial leather or upholstery within car interiors and its minerals emit FIRs which have been scientifically proven to bestow essential wellness and recovery benefits on the human body.
Nanobionic technology has the ability to emit FIRs at an astonishing rate of up to 99% and they can penetrate deeply into the body, improving circulation, reducing muscle stiffness and promoting relaxation.
Nanobionic’s extraordinary claims have been rigorously validated through multiple scientific studies. The wellness and recovery benefits offered by FIRs have been verified in numerous research studies, further cementing credibility.
Nanobionic technology has already made a significant impact in the realm of furniture via collaborations with companies like Lazyboy, Sealy furniture, Pallisair, KUKA and more and has received 13 international awards, highlighting its status as a trailblazer in the world of advanced materials. Furthermore, Nanobionic has achieved the honour of being recognised and awarded by NASA, underscoring its potential for space applications and beyond.
By integrating Nanobionic Technology into automotive interiors, car manufacturers are taking a giant leap towards providing drivers and passengers with an unparalleled experience of well-being on the road. Long hours spent in traffic or extended road trips need no longer result in discomfort or fatigue. Instead, Nanobionic-equipped car cabins promote relaxation, rejuvenation, and enhanced recovery for all occupants.
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