NILIT, a global manufacturer of nylon 6.6, headquartered in Israel, and Australia-based LincSpun, an innovative developer of intelligent yarns and filaments, have launched Trinomax AQ—a yarn that combines Merino wool with NILIT Aquarius yarn to create garments that can thermoregulate the wearer’s body temperature. Designed for active wear, dance wear, socks and sportswear, it’s designed to support athletes in reaching their peak performance.
Trinomax AQ is made from three components: natural Merino wool, textured NILIT nylon 6.6 and NILIT Aquarius. Twisted together, using a technology proprietary to LincSpun, the combination of fibers gives the fabric its unique performance advantages. Merino wool, famous for its softness, is often found in premium athletic clothing because of its ability to regulate body temperature. The NILIT nylon 6.6 textured filament provides consistent quality and durability. NILIT Aquarius is engineered with a special additive inside the polymer and a triple-T cross section of the filaments (increases surface area) for high-speed wicking.
Together, these fibers provide excellent moisture management. Garments made from Trinomax AQ quickly wick away moisture, leaving the wearer fresh and dry. In addition, the fabrics can stabilize the wearer’s optimum body temperature, keeping the wearer comfortable and better able to perform. And NILIT Aquarius’ hydrophilic attributes are intrinsic to the fiber and will not wear off even after repeated washing.