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Flainox to talk about 'true green' at ITMA
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Jun '10
ITMA Asia will represent a showcase of textile machinery. Flainox Srl is going to present 'NRG/NRG' upgraded version of well established “NRP/UNIVERSAL”: rotary dye-extractor for garments, hosiery, socks and seamless.

ITMA ASIA + CITME will take place in Shanghai, China during June 22-26, 2010.

We will be very glad to present in detail the assessment done on carbon foot print. We calculated the emission of CO2 of a dyeing machine during 15 years life-cycle and the achievements of the 3-LC concept: low Carbon, low Calories, low Cost.

We would like first to talk of “true green” innovation and technology to act against global warming . Then of the huge savings in the consumptions of water, steam and chemicals to benefit textile industry : one of the most polluting human activity in the world.

The “NRP/NRG” is the first worldwide dyeing machine that has obtained the Green label certification according to Kyoto protocol – certificate MLCAS3CFP01.01.2010 released by Rexizon in January 2010 - having achieved 23% reduction of emission of carbon dioxide (CO2).

FLAINOX operates in the dyeing and finishing plant and machinery construction sector since1968.

Right from the first moment of its activity the Company has based its development on the principle of a synergical collaboration with the most qualified customers.

Flainox Srl


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