Jeanologia, will be present at the South Africa fair -booth S155 - to be held in Cape Town from 10 to 11 April. The company highly aware with the environment and health of the workers has developed its technology under a solid principles of ecology, efficiency and ethics (3E), which helps to increase productivity, reduce costs and minimize the impact on the environment.
For Jeanologia’s President Enrique Silla, the key in the current framework of the textile industry are efficiency and effectiveness. In his view "efficiency must be sought by reducing costs and increasing productivity through technology, bringing technology and engineering design to the service of creativity." To which he added: "the design possibilities are as vast as the imagination of the designer is. In this sense, our technologies are able to translate those creativities and achieve mass production. "
Currently, the Spanish company exports its technologies worldwide and the leading brands, have placed their trust in the Spanish company using its technologies.
In particular, the textile laser developed by Jeanologia is able to reproduce more sophisticated wear and vintage effects decreasing production time and increasing accuracy and reproducibility towards a more authentic look.
It also avoids the use of unhealthy techniques for workers while allowing greater energy savings, as well as water, chemicals and time in the denim finishing process.
Another advantage is the possibility of manufacturing 100 to 200 jeans per hour, compared with conventional processes, such as manual scrapping (10 units per hour), sandblasting (30 units per hour) and PP spray (60 units per hour).
Another innovative technology it is eco-G2 washer designed for washing clothes and color tear for achieving an authentic vintage look, uses oxygen and ozone of the atmosphere obtaining considerable savings of water (67%), energy (62%) and chemicals (85%) compared to traditional processes.
In addition Jeanologia has recently launched to the market the E-Soft technology that converts atmospheric air in nano-bubbles which, when in contact with the garments produce smoothing, allowing savings such as: 98% water, 80% chemical and 79% of energy, obtaining for the first time in history Zero Waste to the environment.
Philosophy of Jeanologia
Jeanologia for over 20 years has had the mission to improve the finishing industry through technology and know-how, combining science, fashion and creativity with market needs. Currently, this mission has evolved to include a deep awareness of ethics and the future of production in casualwear.
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