The difference between a double layer and a single layer?
In order to adapt to different temperature environments […]
In order to adapt to different temperature environments, the tents are divided into single, double and triple layers:
The advantage of a single layer is that it is light, economical, small in size, and relatively simple in manufacturing process. The difference between the double layer and the single layer is to add a layer of good internal permeability to the design, which mainly solves the contradiction of the water in the inner wall of the single-layer tent. Because in the cooler season, the hot air excavated by the human body will condense water on the inner wall of the tent under the action of the air outside the tent. The water will flow down the inner wall of the tent to wet the sleeping bag, and after adding the internal account, the foreign account is not directly The bottom of the account is connected, and the hot air emitted by the human body will pass through the internal account, and the water droplets condensed on the external account can be directly connected to the ground. The design of the three-story tent is to add a layer of cotton lining to the inner account to further enhance the warmth. This three-story tent is used in an environment of minus 10 degrees, and the temperature in the account can rise to around zero.Custom Relief Tents Suppliers
It can be seen that when the general ambient temperature is above 5 °C, it is more suitable to use a single-layer tent. When the ambient temperature is lower than 5 °C, it is better to use a double-layer tent because the inner wall of the tent will be watered.