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There is a saying that there is a long way from the cup to the lips and all this could have stopped there if Alain Belkadi had not intervened.
He was the first to come up with the idea of using fiber to make floating bathing suits for children aged 2 to 6 boys and girls .
Long months of research and development then began to master the fiber, to improve it in order to optimize its buoyancy, to transform it into a usable product and above all, to adapt it to the child's morphology.
It calls for advanced industrial technologies because the original fiber was only the support of an idea that had to be rethought, reinvented to make it usable, and adapted to a rational production.
Named FibreAir®, the fiber, a distant cousin of the original, is now manufactured by specific machines in a factory dedicated to its production.
The Plouf adventure could begin.
The FibreAir® is ergonomic, it follows the movements
of the body.
FibreAir® contains 97% air inside its
FibreAir® is inserted in the form of layers in
depending on the weight of the child.
Attractive aesthetic qualities
Reassuring technical qualities
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