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Jeanologia shows sustainable technologies at Munich Fabric
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Sep '14
Jeanologia, which offers sustainable technologies for finishing of textiles, is participating at the ‘Blue Zone’ at Munich Fabric Start beginning from September 2, 2014.

In its booth H5 C08, Jeanologia will present its latest novelties in denim, knits and continues fabric, developed by sustainable processes such as laser, ozone, eflow and dynamic technology.

Jeanologia said technologies like laser and ozone nano-bubbles have been used to provide worn, breaks, textures, washing and softening look to these garments.

The main feature of this collection is the use of Jeanologia software EIM, to monitor garment processing that allows savings in water, chemicals and energy, achieved through the use of these technologies.

Jeanologia will display the first-ever ‘Environmental Impact Measuring’ (EMI) software specific to garment finishing industry.

With the help of EMI, it is possible to evaluate environmental impact of the finishing process like calculating consumption of water, energy and chemicals in each process of garment finishing, Jeanologia informs.

Jeanologia’s President, Enrique Silla says, “Thanks to EIM software and Jeanologia technologies, it is now possible to produce a fashionable product, without harming the environment and increasing production costs".

Jeanologia Laser technology reproduces wear and tear, denim elements and ripped or broken textures in garments without harming environment and in an efficient manner.

The G2 eco-washer technology reduces water consumption and energy by more than 60% and chemicals by about 85%. It also eliminates use of toxic processes like bleaching and permanganate.

This machine uses ozone and oxygen in the atmosphere to create the wear down color in the garment thereby, creating an authentic vintage look.

The E-flow technology based on the technology of nano-bubble is creates ‘Zero discharge’ of waste and allows multiple features such as softening, 3D effects with resins, water repellency and easy care.

Furthermore Jeanologia has developed the Dynamic laser and eco technology; laser engraving and ozone ageing in continuous fabric form.

Jeanologia says major apparel brands like Brax, Levi's, Polo Jeans, Abercrombie & Fitch, Edwin Japan, Pepe Jeans, Diesel, Hilfiger Denim, Salsa jeans, and other large retailers such as GAP, Uniqlo, Zara, H&M have placed their trust in their technologies.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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