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Radici to highlight new polyamide yarns at Domotex
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Jan '16
At the upcoming Domotex, RadiciGroup is highlighting its new polyamide 6.6 development, which is a low dpf BCF soft yarn for applications in contract home textiles and also the high-end home segment.

As per a Radicci press release, the yarn line was specifically developed to keep up with the latest style trends in the market and also to meet the strictest performance requirements.

“With these new Radifloor products, our customers in the residential, as well as other segments will be able to make soft and durable carpets in up-to-date looks,” it added.

Paolo Rossi, of RadiciFil BCF Yarn Technical Development said, “This year, our BCF yarn collection is expanding to include new low-dpf Soft polyamide 6.6 products such as Radifloor PA6.6 850-dtex 256-filment semi-dull yarn.”

“Considerable effort is being devoted to producing and processing this very low denier polyamide 6.6 SOFT yarn,” Rossi added.

“It is a difficult challenge, which we are taking on not only by optimising the spinning production process, but also by using the advanced transformation and processing technology available at Logit located in the Czech Republic,” he informed.

“Radifloor PA6.6 1000f49 and Radifloor PA6.6 1350f68 round out RadiciGroup's PA6.6 range for the contract sector at Domotex 2016,” said Marco Magnani, of RadiciFil BCF Yarn Technical Development.

“These yarns feature even better performance, particularly in terms of tenacity and resistance to wear over time, achieved through the optimisation work done at RadiciFil during the past year.” (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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