The Cadira Polyester combines Dianix dyes and Sera auxiliaries with the eliotTM process optimisation tool Optidye PES. The resource efficiency effects are achieved through Optidye PES which improves first time performance, reduces energy, water, chemical consumption and the effluent load.
The Cadira Polyester also alternatives in reduction clearing to reduce the effluent load, energy and water consumption. Cadira Polyester also reduces the processing time which improves the utilisation of the machinery. The benefits of a full optimisation through Cadira Polyester can be up to 58 per cent of productivity increase.
As the first concept of the Cadira Module, Cadira Reactive was previously launched to considerably reduce water, waste and energy consumption. Cadira has helped brands, retailers and their production partners to save valuable resources, to reduce the carbon footprint of their textile goods and to increase productivity by improving the utilisation of machinery. (NA)
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