Israel-based global supplier of premium Nylon 6.6 and owner of the SENSIL® sustainable brand, NILIT®, has joined the C.L.A.S.S. MATERIAL HUB, a carefully selected directory of smart ingredients manufactured by some of the world's most cutting-edge innovators across the globe.
Only transparent and traceable products, which can be natural/organic, up or re-cycled/able, or reflecting a new generation of innovation that is reducing the impact on people, the environment, animals, and oceans, are included in this prestigious list. Based on the new performance fiber's favorable effect on the persistence of textile waste, notably in oceans, SENSIL® BioCare, which is specially built to decompose quickly in the anaerobic conditions in saltwater and landfills, will be included.
Sagee Aran, Head of Global Marketing at NILIT, said that joining the C.L.A.S.S. MATERIAL HUB furthers NILIT's vision of making Nylon sustainable. They can quickly connect with numerous environmentally conscious garment firms thanks to this well-respected global network. They can work with them to include SENSIL® BioCare and other NILIT sustainable SENSIL® Nylon products into apparel that is purposefully created with the environment in mind, from the fiber to the garment.
Giusy Bettoni, C.L.A.S.S. CEO and founder, said that SENSIL® BioCare by NILIT will provide an innovative, mindful, high-performance material to the C.L.A.S.S. MATERIAL HUB. SENSIL® BioCare will appeal to a market that is increasingly expecting responsible innovation as the new normal for a new generation of values-driven firms.
SENSIL® BioCare sustainable premium Nylon is a significant step forward in responsible Nylon development, offering a mindful option for delivering premium performance and other advantages. SENSIL® BioCare offers exceptional durability, softness, and strength and can be used in a wide range of applications including intimate apparel, socks, fashion, activewear, legwear, sportswear, and outdoor apparel. It is enhanced with a special technology that has been proven in independent testing to help reduce the persistence of textile waste in seawater and landfills.
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