FabricLinks Top Ten Innovations for 2010
TEXOLLINI Selected for FabricLink’s Top 10 Innovations of 2010!
This is the inaugural year for “FabricLink’s Top 10 Innovations for 2010.” The purpose of this award is to recognize new textile-based product technologies in the area of specialty fabrics, or the development of significant improvements in design, construction or performance of existing products. The selection is made by the FabricLink Network, based on a review of new products currently in the marketplace within the specialty areas of technical sports textiles, industrial, medical, safety/protective and homefurnishings. Since innovation drives the specialty fabric market, the FabricLink Network wants to recognize the products, designers, manufacturers and suppliers, who are on the cutting edge, leading the way to the next generation of products and technology.
Texollini Inc. launched it’s new A.P.T. (Advanced Performance Textiles) family of knitted fabrics in 2010. From Concept to Creation to Finished Product, Texollini’s A.P.T. fabrications include proprietary constructed textiles to meet specific requirements. From yarn to finishes to the newest technologies, Texollini’s relationships with creative yarn spinners, fiber suppliers, and advanced finishing technologists, as well as its superior in-house technicians, Texollini is a top choice for creating new performance and technical apparel fabrics.
Texollini’s made-in-America state-of-the-art vertical capabilities of knitting, dyeing, finishing and printing guarantee quality, care, confidence and reliability. Plus,its manufacturing capabilities are all in-house in California. The A.P.T. HYBRID line of textiles is used for military applications, as well as for applications in medical and athletic end-uses.
A.P.T. properties include: moisture management, antimicrobial nano-technology, water repellency, and properties including FR in multi-blends for military applications, as well as aloe/vitamin E treatments for medical uses. The collection is available in a variety of constructions including fleeces, meshes, and jerseys.