Four additional blends incorporate nylon, pima cotton and wool.
Created by parent company Hologenix LLC, Santa Monica, Calif., Celliant technology embeds a blend of 13 minerals and proprietary ingredients into a yarn fiber’s core to harness and recycle the body’s natural energy. Celliant’s new yarn technologies are featured in four new blends: Celliant Nylon, Celliant Dry Energy®, Celliant Pima Cotton and Celliant Merino.
Two versatile nylon yarns-70D and 40D FDY-with Celliant technology will be available in January.
Yarns with drirelease® technology, which pulls moisture to the surface, are combined with Celliant, which breaks apart water molecules, to create Dry Energy technology, resulting in a top quality moisture management and performance system.
Developed in collaboration with The S Group through the Cofaco Industries mill in Peru, Celliant Pima Cotton combines the natural comfort and softness of cotton with the performance benefits of Celliant and is available in two fabrics: 50 percent pima cotton and 50 percent Celliant; and 47 percent pima cotton, 47 percent Celliant, and 6 percent spandex.
The renewable and biodegradable Merino wool intimate yarn blend, combining Celliant’s properties with the wool’s softness, breathability, anti-static property and odor resistance, will be available in the first quarter of 2015.