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Every little bit helps reduce CO2 emissions

Rilsan Clear G830 Rnew from polymer producer Arkema is finding unique use in the optical market, such as in these eyeglass frames. The biobased transparent nylon uses 54% biobased raw materials in its production but still offers the freedom of design, comfort, and durability found in grade G350.

Rilsan Clear G830 Rnew from polymer producer Arkema is finding unique use in the optical market, such as in these eyeglass frames. The biobased transparent nylon uses 54% biobased raw materials in its production but still offers the freedom of design, comfort, and durability found in grade G350. It has good transparency and whiteness; the material offers flexibility, is light weight, and has high elasticity return. Both the chemical resistance and its toughness are also said to be good. The material, which processes easily, targets applications that emphasize eco-friendly design. [email protected]

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