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Erca shows Reactevo which offers savings in dyeing
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Nov '15
Italy headquartered and with plants in seven countries; Erca exhibited its speciality processes at the recently concluded ITMA 2015, which offer savings across the whole dyeing process.

One of them was Reactevo, which is a simple and very efficient process based on a radically new post-treatment concept in dyeing with reactive dyestuffs.

“It allows a drastic reduction in energy consumption and water volumes, significantly cutting the total treatment time,” an Erca press release informed.

“Comparative results and colour fastness metrics exceed even the best achievements of today's standard processes and allows energy savings of up to 70 per cent, water savings up to 50 per cent and processing time of up to 20 per cent,” it said.

All Reactevo auxiliaries are confirmed compliant with Oeko-Tex Standard 100 requirements and all are Bluesign approved.

Erca in collaboration with multinational Japanese manufacturer, Asahi Kasei, has also created a new dyeing process, Onetone.

According to Erca, Onetone achieves the best results in terms of dyeability, colour strength and colour fastness, while being an environmentally friendly and safe process that is Bluesign approved.

The process confirms to ISO 9001:2008, conformity to CE 1907/06 or the REACH regulation and is Responsible Care certified.

Erca further added that it was the first Italian company to be confirmed as a Bluesign system partner in 2009, which is a solution for a sustainable and consumer safe textile production.

Erca offers a wide range of Bluesign approved auxiliaries and dyestuffs for the textile industry, always working in compliance with the latest rules and environmental requirements. (AR)

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