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CHT showing new & sustainable chemicals at ITMA 2015
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Oct '15
Producer of sustainable chemicals for the textile industry, CHT will showcase new and innovative products at ITMA 2015 in hall 8 at stand E 113.

One of the products is the Ecoperl series, which is being promoted under the label ZeroF and which ensures highly efficient water repellency of textiles without compromising on breathability or washing resistance.

According to a press release, a large number of our softeners can be used like Tubingal Hws, based on the latest generation of silicones with excellent hydrophilic properties and unequalled wearing comfort.

Reaknitt Zf is completely free of formaldehyde and yet scores in terms of smoothness appearance and dimensional stability.

Arristan Cpu provides highly flexible finishing effects based on the newly developed, formaldehyde-free polyurethane compound.

“Arristan Cpu delivers a versatile performance profile, is easy to combine, and saves resources as it works without any additional fixation,” the company added.

Formaldehyde-free binders or the Tubifast FF range and fixers for brilliant pigment prints complement the eco-friendly range.

The company also informed that its water-based, PVC and phthalate-free printing pastes are powerful alternatives to traditional, environmentally questionable printing systems.

“Printperfekt printing systems meet the highest demands in terms of printing quality and process control and so are certainly competitive,” it stated.

The Duron spin finishes enable sustainable use of resources, while the Duron ES 3165 imparts the desired balance between wetting, spreading and migrating of fluids throughout the entire diaper construction.

“The diaper will be thinner, comfort will be higher and the skin will remain dryer, which has been achieved due to clever formulation of the Duron spin finish,” CHF observed.

CHF has also introduced a modular concept for sustainable cotton dyeing in discontinuous processes. Individually used, every single product possesses characteristics for a more sustainable process control.

Sarabid Mip is suitable for every machine in the prewash and for a controlled dyeing process, while Vario Bleach 3E is a new development for a gentle fibre treatment that always fits like a missing puzzle piece.

Vario Bleach 3E can be used in low-temperature bleaching or in bleaching with standard formulations and also in high-temperature bleaching, with advantages noticeable in energy and process cost savings.

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