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Thai Acrylic debuts gel dyed acrylic fibres in China
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Mar '16
Thai Acrylic Fibre, the fifth largest manufacturer of acrylic fibres and a part of the $42 billion Aditya Birla Group is launching their Radianza brand of gel dyed acrylic fibres in China.

As per a Thai Acrylic press release, the company has tied up with Shandong HengTai Textiles, a top manufacturer of ecru and dyed acrylic yarns based in Shandong, China.

“Thai Acrylic will promote the concept and range of shades available in Radianza fibres and yarns developed by HengTai Textiles at the currently underway Yarn Expo in hall 5.1, booth C78.

Biswajit Chaudhuri, chief marketing officer, Thai Acrylic Fibre said, “Dyeing of acrylic fibre and yarn is extremely water intensive and consumes 40 cubic metre of water per one metric ton of fibre.”

“It also consumes a huge amount of invaluable power and energy in the process and as a solution, we have developed Radianza, a ready-to-use dyed acrylic fibre,” he added.

The fibre is dyed during the fibre manufacturing process at normal temperature in the fibre’s ‘Gel State’, consuming less than one cubic metre water per one metric ton of dyed fibre, resulting in enormous savings.

According to Chaudhuri, Radianza is the answer to stringent environment norms for dyeing industry, as using the fibres to make yarns and fabrics can save massive resources.

Wu Yuxing, general manager, HengTai Textiles too said, “The growing concerns over sustainability and environmental pollution are critical and need immediate solution.”

“Our yarns made with Radianza will address these key issues, since Radianza is truly an eco-friendly fibre with a wide range of vibrant colours, consistency in shades and high colour fastness values,” Yuxing informed.

HengTai supplies yarns are available in both regular and high-bulky varieties in a range of yarn counts from 1/16 Ne to 1/40 Ne and are suitable for knitting or weaving for fashion wear, apparels, sweaters, carpets etc.

Radianza fibre is certified Oeko Tex Class 1 Standard 100 and is also REACH SVHC complaint for Europe, while dyes used for manufacturing are supplied by renowned and top dye manufacturers in the world. (AR)

Click here for more information on Radianza fibre.

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