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Arkema launches production of biobased nylon-10,10

9:33 AM MDT | May 2, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Arkema has launched production of Rilsan T, a biobased nylon-10,10 processed from castor oil, at the company's production facility at Serquigny, France, the company has announced. The new product possesses a high degree of rigidity, in particular when reinforced with glassfiber; thermal stability; permeability to petrol and gas; and processability, while consisting of up to 100% renewable carbon, Arkema says. "This innovation has been developed to meet the most pressing needs of our customers, who are looking for a credible alternative to high-performance...

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