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'Nanofeel' innovative synthetic fibre to be displayed at Interfiliere

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Sep '08
Tomorrow is the start of the second 2008 Interfilière exhibition where RadiciGroup will showcase Nanofeel, the innovative nanotechnology-based synthetic fibre and Radilon Startouch, PA6 microfibre for circular knitting and intimatewear.

Nanofeel, the synthetic fibre for the intimatewear and sportswear sectors, is a fibre with a nano silver additive incorporated into the fibre matrix before spinning.

The antimicrobial properties of this additive allow it to reduce bacterial proliferation in fabrics. More comfort, freshness and hygiene: these are the advantages for customers who use products made with Nanofeel.

The RadiciGroup fibre reduces the proliferation of bacteria and fungi, thereby preventing the formation of unpleasant odours. The Nanofeel production process makes use of “clean” technology, free of harmful biocides.

At Interfilière 2008 RadiciGroup is also introducing Radilon Startouch, a solution-dyed PA6 microfibre for circular knitting and intimatewear.

This new fibre comes in a wide range of colours, 96 to be exact, all of which are available now for ready-to-wear fashion.

Additionally, RadiciGroup will be presenting Elastane fibres produced by its US company RadiciSpandex.

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