RadiciGroup, a leading European producer of a vast range of polyester yarn displays its Radyarn and Starlight polyester yarn designed for the development of high quality fabrics featuring thermoregulation properties, in addition to high quality, colourfastness and safety at Techtextil, a leading international trade fair for technical textiles and nonwovens, being held in Frankfurt this week.
During the event, the company focuses on four polyester yarn families: conventional flame retardant, UV-stabilized and bacteriostatic, and the innovative ceramic.
Daniele Dossi, Site Quality Manager of Noyfil SA said these Ceramic polyester yarns are among their latest innovative products developed for technical sportswear.
They are high-performance products, functionalized with natural, non-toxic ceramic compounds that endow fabrics with intrinsic thermoregulatory properties with no need for further downstream chemical finishing treatments.
Radyarn and Starlight Ceramic yarns can absorb, reflect and emit heat energy in the form of far-infrared rays (FIR) â€“ both the FIR radiated by the sun and present in the environment, and the FIR radiated by the body through thermogenesis. This special thermoregulatory property contributes to maintaining better body thermal equilibrium and stimulates superficial microcirculation.
As of now, they have developed these yarns in raw, white, black and solution-dyed versions in several colours according to customer specifications. Bacteriostatic versions of the Radyarn and Starlight Ceramic yarns are also available.
These yarns are particularly suitable for the manufacture of fabrics designed to ensure optimal comfort during intense physical activity.
RadiciGroup has total control over its production chain, from products such as adipic acid and polyamide 6 and 6.6 to yarns and engineering plastics.
This control constitutes one of RadiciGroup's key strengths.
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