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Chinese govt guide includes 14 textile technologies
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Oct '13
The Government of China has released “A Guide to industrial development of key technologies (2013)” to determine the current priority to the development of energy-saving environmental protection and comprehensive utilization of resources and raw materials.
 
The guide includes a total of 216 technologies spread across various areas, of which 14 technologies are specific to the textile industry.
 
The 14 technologies meant for the textile industry include cotton and polyester fiber and textile industry technology; high-tech fibre technology; high temperature filter materials technology; intelligent processing system of cotton spinning equipment; intelligent hanging pipeline systems for textile manufacturing; and printing and dyeing line detection control technology.
 
Bio-based synthetic key technology; marine bio-based chemical fiber key technologies; key technologies of new cellulose fibres; chemical and biological materials key technologies; recycled materials preparation technology; industry new materials processing technology; textile printing and dyeing water, energy, pollution reduction technology; and technologies for efficient ultra-fine nano fibre membrane filtration are also included in the list of 14 key technologies for the textile sector.
 

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