RUSANO's Shareholder Gets Fire-Safety Certification for Utilizing its PET in Textiles & Constructions

SpecialChem - Aug 12, 2011

Nonflammable polyester fiber from company VLADPOLYTEX, a fire retardant modified with carbon materials for use in thermal and sound insulating construction materials, has passed the government's voluntary certification for fire safety. VLADPOLYTEX is realizing a project for commercial production of nonwoven materials from nonflammable PET fiber modified using a crazing technology. RUSNANO is one of the company's shareholders. The company manufactures the materials from recycled plastic bottles. In doing so, it helps to resolve an acute problem for society-how to utilize the plastic bottles that make up so much of waste. In addition to improving the environment, insulating materials produced under the project have other...

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