Toray to launch its new development bio-based nylon at ISPO exhibition in Munich

News Tags: by-product of sugar industry, developed nylon bio polymer, Ecodear laminate, first plant-based membrane, ISPO exhibition, Japanese textile giant, new 3D fabric structure, performance apparel market, technology expert, Toray, wast molasses

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Toray to launch its new development bio-based nylon at ISPO exhibition in Munich
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Technology experts at Japanese textile giant Toray last year had developed a 100 percent bio-based polyester yarn from waste molasses has gone ahead to make another new development nylon bio-polymer also derived from waste molasses, a by-product of the sugar industry which is normally disposed. The new development will be officially launched at this week’s ISPO exhibition in Munich.

Technology experts at Japanese textile giant Toray last year had developed a 100 percent bio-based polyester yarn from waste molasses has gone ahead to make another new development nylon bio-polymer also derived from waste molasses, a by-product of the sugar industry which is normally disposed. The new development will be officially launched at this week’s ISPO exhibition in Munich.

http://www.ecotextile.com/2015020321280/materials-production-news/toray-develops-bio-based-nylon.html
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Toray moves to produce plant-based polyester yarn

News Tags: bio polymer chip, chemical industry, Ecodear brand, plant-based, polyester fibre, polyester yarn, sustainable textile drive, Toray

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Toray moves to produce plant-based polyester yarn
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Toray, Osaka-based, an integrated chemical industry group developing its business in 25 countries and regions world wide, as part of its sustainable textiles drive this year it will move away from making 100 percent petroleum-derived polyester fibre and instead produce polyester made from ‘plant-based’ bio-polymer chip.

Toray, Osaka-based, an integrated chemical industry group developing its business in 25 countries and regions world wide, as part of its sustainable textiles drive this year it will move away from making 100 percent petroleum-derived polyester fibre and instead produce polyester made from ‘plant-based’ bio-polymer chip.

Toray has developed a lab-scale 100 percent bio-based polyester yarn, which will eventually be marketed under its ‘Ecodear’ brand when it completes commercialisation.

http://www.ecotextile.com/2014071112700/materials-production-news/toray-achieves-fully-plant-based-polyester-yarn.html
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