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Published on Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Nylon biopolymer creates new interest

Written by Stacey Dove

RadiciBERGAMO– The Radici Group has reported growing interest in its nylon fibre yarns produced with biopolymers derived from castor oil plants. Originally produced as staple fibres only, the company has now developed a new continuous filament yarn derived from the same renewable source. John Mowbray reports from Techtextil, Frankfurt.


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