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Archroma showcases dyestuff solutions at China Interdye
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Apr '16
Archroma, a global leader in colour and specialty chemicals, showcased a new range of six dyes at China Interdye 2016 recently. Archroma presented its dyestuff and pigment solutions that combine performance, cost optimisation and responsible textile production.

Archroma showcased Optisul C dyes for casualwear enabling the manufacturers to expand their colour horizons with a new range of six dyes especially designed to produce colours in continuous dyeing, coating and printing processes. Optisul C dyes can be combined with each other to obtain collections of garments suitable for wash down treatments in a wide array of easily achievable and reproducible soft colours, according to a press release.

Archroma also exhibited its Advanced Denim technology which can reduce water consumption and wastewater by up to 92 per cent, eliminate up to 63 per cent of the usual cotton waste, and save up to 30 per cent in energy costs compared to traditional indigo processes. Based on ‘Denim-Ox’ and ‘Pad/Sizing-Ox’ dyeing processes, Advanced Denim technology allows saving of millions of liters of water.

Archroma also displayed its newly introduced range of Nylosan S and Lanasyn F metal-free dyes aimed at meeting the wet and light fastness levels typically needed for the creation of bright and beautiful colours on polyamide and wool, without compromising on ecological requirements.

“We continuously challenge the status quo in the deep belief that we can make our industry sustainable, and we do this using the strong foundation of an expertise built over more than 120 years. We are very excited to meet customers, brands, retailers and consumers in Shanghai, and show them how Archroma can support them in the needs and challenges they face on their own markets,” said Keith Parton, global head of product management acid, disperse and reactive dyes, Archroma. (NA)

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