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AceEco-Bio410 from Acelon is a bio-based nylon yarn with excellent performance properties for different apparel applications. 

Bio410 has a bio-content of 70% derived from castor oil, providing a sustainable alternative to traditional petroleum-based nylon yarns, without competing with existing food sources or requiring excessive amounts of water to grow.

Additionally, AceEco-Bio410 offers excellent performance properties such as good draping, quick drying, and lightweight, making it a versatile option for textile applications. Textiles made with AceEco-Bio410 also exhibit stable dyeing performance.

Overall, AceEco-Bio410 provides a sustainable and high-quality option for manufacturers and consumers seeking to reduce their environmental impact while maintaining excellent performance properties.

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