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Clariant to feature colourful solutions at ITMA
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Nov '15
Speciality chemicals producer Clariant will feature colourful textile solutions and focus attention on three major themes at ITMA 2015 in hall 8, booth F119.

The company will explain its Colorforward Interiors, its annual colour forecasting guide, which provides insight into global social, cultural and political trends that can be expected to drive consumers in the near future.

“Four trends are identified each year and captured in color palettes intended to inform and inspire designers, architects and manufacturers in the fibers and textiles industry,” a Clariant press release said.

Another theme will be 'Sustainability' which will illustrate the environmental advantages of spin dyeing using Clariant colour masterbatches versus bath dyeing.

Also detailed will be benefits of boosting recyclability and flame retardancy using performance-enhancing additive masterbatches.

In nonwovens for medical applications, Clariant stated that its innovative colour and performance materials are ideal for use in spun-melt nonwovens used in medical applications.

“They meet the latest industry trends for functionality and aesthetics while taking into account safety and regulatory compliance,” Clariant added.

Clariant will also take part in the Nonwovens Forum sponsored by the nonwovens trade association EDANA on November 16.

Clariant Masterbatches formulates colour and additive concentrates using active ingredients sourced from leading manufacturers.

These include the Clariant Additives and Pigments business units, which add to its technical knowledge base.

“This synergy, encompassing extensive experience and global R&D capabilities, makes Clariant an ideal partner for fibre and textile customers,” it informed. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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