95% of garment finishing processes in the Colombian market are developed using Jeanologia technology, the Spanish leader in the development of sustainable technologies for finishing garments, displaying their latest technologies at the Colombiatex of the Americas exhibition.
During this event which takes place from 22 to 24 January in Medellin, Jeanologia will release its premise based "3E" technologies - Efficiency, Ecology and Ethics.
In particular Jeanoloiga will be presenting their laser technologies as well as the G2 ecowasher that provides huge energy savings in the jeans finishing process, as well as savings in water, chemicals and time, while reducing cost and greatly increasing productivity.
In the words of Jeanologia President, Enrique Silla: "Colombia is a market that is increasingly aware of the environment in the garment finishing processes" and added that "Jeanologia has a wide variety of laser technologies suitable for the varying needs of each client depending on the type of production and quantities involved”.
He has also stated that: "This technology is at the service of creativity and the design possibilities are as vast as the imagination of the designer. In this sense, our technologies are able to translate creative ideas and turn them into mass produced reality".
The Spanish company will also be presenting at Colombiatex the Jeanologia Marcatex laser with Rotatex, suitable for manufacturers who are just starting out with this technique or those where production does not exceed the 1,500 garments per day, and the Jeanologia Twin laser HS, designed for mass production, that can produce up to 4,000 pairs of jeans per day.
Jeanologia President has made it very clear that: "The new laser technology, as well as being environmentally friendly and with zero risk to the health and safety of workers, allows greater production runs compared to other forms of finishing jeans such as hand sanding, spraying or sandblasting.
“Thus, the laser is the leading edge, modern alternative that provides higher levels of production achieving 100 to 200 jeans per hour, compared to the 10 units per hour average for hand sanding or the 30 to 60 units in the traditional and more dated sandblasting technique ".
Jeanologia will also demonstrate their first Nano laser technology in their "nano" range. Designed towards the small and often intricate details of garmet production such as names, brands, small designs or precise, marking labels.
With this new model Jeanologia moves one step closer to the retail market. Focusing the laser on "live" customization - this technology offers a shopping experience at the point of sale, allowing the end user to create their own personalized garment.