NYPRO

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NYPRONylon Products
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As with all abrasive nylon products, these wheels work through a filing action that removes burrs by abrasion, not impact.
Ultimate Performance is a collection of solution-dyed nylon products designed exclusively for the residential marketplace.
The site makes nylon products for use in carpets, rugs, clothes and tyres.
This month, the group unveiled an agreement to purchase Netherlands-based nylon products supplier Skiffy, which had sales of 12 million euros (pounds 8.1 million) last year.
Solutia is a world leader in performance films for laminated safety glass and after-market applications; process development and scale-up services for pharmaceutical fine chemicals; specialties such as water treatment chemicals, heat transfer fluids and aviation hydraulic fluid and an integrated family of nylon products including high-performance polymers and fibers.
UCB has a strong presence in the pharmaceuticals, performance films and speciality chemicals businesses, while Solutia produces and sells high-performance chemical components, including nylon products and performance films.
The expansion will create a new generation of spunbond nylon products and provide additional capacity to support the increased demand for specialized nonwoven fabrics.
The company is a world leader in performance films for laminated safety glass and after-market applications; resins and additives for high-value coatings; process research, process development and scale-up services for pharmaceutical fine chemicals; specialties such as aviation hydraulic fluid and environmentally friendly cleaning solvents for aviation; and nylon products including high-performance polymers and fibers.
In November 1999, Honeywell established Infinity, a program and process, which takes post-consumer nylon 6 carpet and recycles it back into first quality nylon products. The same nylon can be recycled continually in a "closed loop" that works to keep used carpet out of landfills, as well as conserving non-renewable resources.
said Wednesday it has agreed with EniChem SpA of Italy on joint production of a substance that can be processed into a variety of nylon products such as clothing, automobile parts and wrapping materials.
Noyori, a 1961 graduate of Kyoto University, said his interest in chemistry dates to his first days in junior high school when his chemist father took him to a presentation on nylon products. "They explained that nylon is made of water, air and coal, and I thought that chemistry can do some incredible things," he said.
Two scientists trying to decipher the chemistry of global warming point provocatively toward the mass production of stockings and other nylon products as a factor.