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New Econtrol T-CA process from Monforts
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Jul '11
A considerably shortened and more economic dyeing process is assured for continuous dyeing of polyester and cotton blends following the introduction of the new Econtrol T-CA process by Monforts.

A new Econtrol T-CA process, jointly developed with DyStar Colours is introduced by A. Monforts Textilmaschinen to provide a single pad continuous dyeing process for polyester/cellulose blends.

It has been developed to provide a considerably shortened and more economic process, to meet the increasing demand by textile companies, for a wide range of shades of polyester/cotton blends.

Econtrol T-CA can be used for standard and elastic woven fabrics and also a wide range of polyester and cotton blend knitwear.

The new process requires up to 65% less water, up to 85% less chemicals and offers up to 50% energy reduction.

In comparison with a standard pad-dry-thermosol-pad-steam process, requiring up to nine process steps, use of a single bath method together with the Monforts Thermex, offers significant savings.

No intermediate reduction clearing is necessary and the new process does not require a steamer.

The simple lab process enables excellent lab to bulk reproducibility and therefore reduces production machinery downtime; ensuring a rapid investment return.

It is available for a wide range of shades meeting fashion fastness requirements, and Monforts technologists, headed by Mr. Peter Tolksdorf, are able to make recommendations from a wide variety of matching dyestuffs to suit the customers' requirements.

A. Monforts Textilmaschinen

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