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Radici presents Dylar UV Plus & American Spandex range at INDEX
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Apr '08
RadiciGroup is taking part in INDEX 2008, the world's leading nonwovens exhibition, taking place at Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland. During the event, Tessiture Pietro Radici and Radici Spandex are presenting their product ranges. TPR, a firm with over fifty years of history and experience, is engaged in the production of polypropylene spunbond nonwovens under the brand name Dylar. Radici Spandex is based in the United States and produces and sells elastane.

Noteworthy is the launch of the new product Dylar UV Plus, a polypropylene spunbond nonwoven with outstanding anti-UV properties, mainly aimed at the automotive, roofing, agricultural, clothing and single-use sectors.

Innovative Dylar UV Plus is the result of improvements to DYLAR ANTI UV, the RadiciGroup product currently on the market. DYLAR ANTI UV already had a higher UV protection factor than the same product obtained using competing technology.

The efforts of Tessiture Pietro Radici's Research and Development team led to the creation of Dylar UV Plus, featuring a higher UV protection factor than the average product now on the market. Dylar UV Plus creates a veritable screen against UV rays and complies with the requirements of the AS/NZS 4399/96 standard (For more information about Dylar UV Plus, read the Press Release).

Radici Spandex – led by CEO Marty Moran – is presenting the new production developments and customer service improvements that have been introduced to enhance the output of S17PC spandex fibre for nonwovens.


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