Nylon Yarns from Castor

Chemical company Radici Chimica SPA of Novara, Italy, has developed a polymer partially manufactured from sebacic acid, a biological source obtained from castor oil seeds. Its sister company, Radici Yarn, recently introduced a new nylon yarn, Radilon 6.10, made of the renewable source polymer, giving the yarn a high degree of sustainability and performance. The yarn offers fabric applications a number of other advantages, such as comfort, light weight, less water absorption and colorfastness.

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