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DyStar & DyeCoo partner on waterless dyeing products
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May '15
DyStar Group and DyeCoo Textile Systems are partnering on developing products, using DyeCoo’s breakthrough technology of substituting carbon dioxide (CO2) for water in the textile dyeing process.

DyeCoo Textile Systems is the world's first supplier of industrial CO2 dyeing equipment, which uses recycled CO2 gas instead of water to permeate textiles with dyes.

“This partnership will pave the way for more ecological products which will meet the rigorous demands of the industry,” a press release from DyStar informed.

“This technology offers a huge potential to save water and energy and DyStar is fully committed to this project to offer the highest sustainable solutions for the textile industry,” it added.

“We are very pleased with DyStar’s dedication to support our water and chemical free dyeing technology,” Mats Blacker, CEO at DyeCoo said.

“Collaborations like this one are keys to further help our ground breaking technology towards global implementation,” Blacker too added.

“We strive to deliver commercially viable solutions for the textile industry while continuing to develop breakthrough technologies with companies like DyStar helping us to achieve those goals,” he noted.

“DyStar and DyeCoo are dedicated advocators for sustainability and are aligned in the vision to reduce the textile industry’s future environmental impact,” DyStar informed.

DyStar Group is a solutions provider, offering customers across the globe a complete range of colourants, auxiliaries and services.

DyStar Group has offices, competence centers, agencies and production plants in over 50 countries to ensure the availability of expertise in all important markets.

With a heritage of more than a century of product development and innovation for the textile and leather industry, DyStar now serves new markets like the paper and plastic industries.

DyeCoo is the world’s first supplier of water and process chemical free dyeing technology on industrial scale and its revolutionary CO2-based dyeing process makes dyeing sustainable, efficient and profitable.

The technology is characterised by using zero water and zero process chemicals. It uses 50 per cent less energy and offers 25 per cent higher productivity, resulting in reducing operating costs by 45 per cent.

Dyeing textile has always used water-based technologies. Large amount of water are needed and remain polluted at the end of the process, with the industry actually responsible for 20 per cent of global water pollution.

The DyeCoo technology uses reclaimed CO2 as dyeing medium in a closed loop beam dyeing system, recycling 95 per cent of the used CO2 after each batch. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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