DyStar to display eco-friendly innovations at ITMA 2019
DyStar is set to help its visitors for a sustainable future with its latest product innovations at ITMA 2019 expo, in hall 3, booth D134. The leading textile and garment technology exhibition will be held from June 20-26, 2019, in Barcelona, Spain. DyStar is a leading dyestuff & chemical manufacturer and solution provider, headquartered in Singapore.
Amongst DyStar’s diverse portfolio of eco-friendly products, its existing Cadira modules have expanded its application to encompass a majority of materials, helping the entire textile value chain save on water, energy, waste, greenhouse gas emissions, and process time.
Various Cadira modules will be showcased during ITMA like Cadira Polyester, a module that enables environmentally friendly exhaust processing of polyester fibres with Dianix dyes and Sera process auxiliaries. The company will also display the Cadira Reactive, an innovative dyeing technology for cellulosic fibres to achieve savings on water, energy, and time; Cadira Vat, a new dyeing concept for vat exhaust dyeing, which significantly reduces dyeing time, energy, and water consumption, and with the new reduction agent, it is possible to eliminate the sulphur load in the wastewater by up to 85 per cent, the company said in a media statement.
DyStar will display the Cadira Wool, a concept that provides a reduction of water, energy, and wastewater, and thereby reducing greenhouse gas emissions; Cadira Denim, a dyeing technique for Indigo to reduce or eliminate the salt freight in wastewater streams; and Cadira Laundry, that gives variety of effects on denim, saving valuable resources.
Alongside with the Cadira modules, DyStar will be presenting Dianix, the solution for the high wet-fast textiles, and Remazol, the reactive dyes with advanced fastness properties. Forming part of the extensive Dianix range are the Dianix XF/XF2/SF dyes designed to meet the highest wet-fastness requirements for sportswear, apparel, and workwear, and the Dianix AM/HLA dyes made to meet the highest light fastness requirements for automotive textiles, home furnishings, and outdoor textiles.
To keep up with the industry demands, DyStar also rolled out Remazol MAP Blacks, competitive MAK Amine Purified Reactive Blacks for cellulosic fibres, and new Remazol SAM items. This innovation is suitable for brands and retailers who require low amounts of para-chloro Aniline and other regulatory controlled aromatic amines on their finished garments.
As the market leading supplier of high-quality water-based inks for digital printing, DyStar’s experts will be presenting a new generation of the renowned Jettex reactive, acid, disperse, and vat ink ranges. All featured Jettex ink ranges will enable digital printers to achieve digital prints with high fastness levels, outstanding depth, sustainable process results as well as extended printhead lifetimes on all major printheads, making it a preferred solution for all fibres and end-use segments including fashion, home textiles, sportswear, and outdoor.
DyStar and RotaSpray jointly developed Pad-Spray Steam (PS2 Process), a new continuous dyeing process without intermediate drying for woven cellulosic fibre fabrics with Remazol, Levafix, and Indanthren dyes, together with Sera auxiliaries. This latest breakthrough helps to achieve a low carbon footprint dyeing, hence significantly reduce the environmental impact.
Other key innovations of this partnership that will be highlighted during the exhibition include single side spray coating of Imperon pigment preparations to reduce water and energy consumption as a more sustainable solution, and novel dyeing technology on denim warp yarn sheet dyeing ranges to eliminate huge dye baths by using different application methods.
Visitors will also be introduced to the Optidye N Process Optimisation, where the Optidye N tool is now integrated into eliot, DyStar’s free, internet-based tool providing quick-access guidance on product selection and process optimisation. The Optidye N Process Optimisation determines the optimum dyeing conditions when using Telon and Isolan dyes and Sera auxiliaries in the exhaust dyeing process, thus helping textile producers achieve better results. (GK)
Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India