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Jeanologia to show latest sustainable technologies at ITMA
Jun '14
Jeanologia will show its latest innovations in sustainable technologies at ITMA ASIA which is to be held on 16 to 20 June in Shanghai.
At its booth, E4 H01, its will present the G2 eco-washer that reduces by more than 60% water consumption and energy and about 85% in chemicals. Furthermore, it eliminates the use of toxic processes like bleaching and using permanganate. This machine uses ozone and oxygen in the atmosphere to wear down color in the garment creating an authentic vintage style.
E-flow system that, based on the technology of nano-bubble acts as a properties carrier vehicle for clothes without using water or chemical will be also displayed. This technology "zero discharge" of waste is completely free and allows multiple features such as softening, 3D effects with resins, water repellence and easy care.
Finally, the Flexi HS, textile laser machine reproduces in an automatic and efficient way wear and tear, denim elements, ripped or broken textures in garments without harming the health of workers and the environment, saving energy, water, chemicals, hand labor and time in the production process. The Flexi HS works both as mannequin and table and is designed to work in 5-pocket trousers, shorts, shirts, jackets and accessories, adapting to the needs of each manufacturer or designer. It also incorporates the latest electronic technology that increases the marking speed, while the power consumption is reduced in each garment.
The Spanish company Jeanologia, specialized in the development of sustainable technologies for garment finishing is committed to the introduction of technology in China in order to remain a textile power.
As stated by the president of Jeanologia, Enrique Silla, "the costs of labor in China have increased and in just two years this has made, a change in the industrial scenario. If previously scenario was based on cheap labor force, now scenario is to invest in technology to obtain lower costs."
"It is a key to the introduction of technologies that automate manufacturing while ensuring sustainable production, basically eliminating waste of huge amounts of water and environmental contamination. This change has to be fast because many companies would not survive," Enrique Silla emphasized.
In this sense, sustainable technologies such as laser, ozone and e-flow, developed by the Spanish company, are the best partner for transforming the textile industry in China because they save water, energy and chemicals while reducing costs in the garment finishing process and highly increase the productivity.

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