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Invista to Debut New ADN Production Technology

10:56 AM MDT | May 17, 2012 | Lindsey Bewley

Invista tells CW it plans to unveil a new technology to produce adiponitrile (ADN) in the coming weeks. ADN is a critical intermediate used to manufacture nylon 6,6. The company’s proprietary, butadiene-based (ADN) production technologies are widely recognized as one of the most effective and cost-efficient methods of ADN production, but Invista says it has been working on implementing a new technology that will further enhance ADN production.   Invista's Pilot Facility at Orange, TX The new technology—which includes a new, proprietary...

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